Part I Just-in-Time Scheduling Systems. -1 Scheduling to Maximize the Number of Just-in-Time Jobs: A Survey. Dvir Shabtay and George Steiner. -2 An Exact Algorithm for the Single-Machine Earliness-Tardiness Scheduling Problem. Shunji Tanaka. -3 Single-machine Scheduling Problems Simultaneous with Deteriorating and Learning Effects under a Deteriorating Maintenance Consideration. Suh-Jenq Yang and Dar-Li Yang. -4 Scheduling Unrelated Parallel Machines with Sequence Dependent Setup Times and Weighted Earliness-Tardiness Minimization. Eva Vallada and Rub¿en Ruiz. -5 Mixed-Integer Programming Models for Flowshop Scheduling Problems Minimizing the Total Earliness and Tardiness. D¿ebora P. Ronconi and Ernesto G. Birgin. -6 Just-in-Time Scheduling with Equal-Size Jobs. Ameur Soukhal and Nguyen Huynh Toung. -7 No-Wait Scheduling Problems with Batching Machines. A. Oulamara. -Part II Just-in-Time Philosophy: Interaction with Other Areas. -8 Just-in-Time Scheduling in Modern Mass Production Environment. Joanna J¿ozefowska. -9 Just-in-Time Planning and Lot-Sizing. Nabil Absi, St¿ephane Dauz`ere-P¿er`es and Safia Kedad-Sidhoum. -10 Strategic Scheduling Games: Equilibria and Efficiency. -Laurent Gourv`es, J¿er^ome Monnot, and Orestis A. Telelis. -11 Artificial Neural Networks-Based Forecasting: An Attractive Option for Just-in-Time Systems. Mauricio Cabrera-R¿ios, Mar¿ia Ang¿elica Salazar-Aguilar, Mar¿ia Guadalupe Villarreal-Marroqu¿in, and A¿ ngela Patricia Anaya Salazar. -12 Just-In-Time Management of a Building Project in the Middle-East. Low Sui Pheng and Thilini Shiromani Jayawickrama. -13 Analysis of Transient Throughput Rates of Transfer Lines with Pull Systems. Mahmut Ali Go¿kc¿e, M. Cemali Dinc¿er, and M. Arslan O¿ rnek.
Whether different types of costs are to be reduced, benefits to be maximized or scarce resources to be managed, scheduling theory provides intelligent methods for practitioners and scientists. The just-in-time (JIT) production philosophy has enriched the classical scheduling theory with models that consider characteristics such as inventory costs, set-up times, lot sizing, or maintenance.
This edited volume considers the specifics of just-in-time systems. It provides knowledge and insights on recent advances in scheduling theory where just-in-time aspects are considered. Contributions on models, theory, algorithms, and applications, that bring the theory up-to-date on the state-of-the-art of JIT systems are presented.
Professionals, researchers and graduate students will find this book useful.
Provides knowledge and insights into recent advances in scheduling theory with a focus on just-in-time
Includes contributions on models, theory, algorithms, and applications
Contributions on models, theory, algorithms, and applications, that bring the theory up-to-date on the state-of-the-art of JIT systems are presented