Preparation Sequencing Situations and Related Games
AbstractIn this paper preparation sequencing situations are introduced. This new type of onemachine sequencing situations assumes that before a job can start, some preparation depending on its predecessor is required. Preparation sequencing situations are first analyzed from an operations research perspective: optimality conditions are provided and an algorithm is provided to obtain an optimal order. Secondly, we analyze the allocation problem of the minimal joint cost from a game theoretic perspective. A corresponding preparation sequencing game is defined and the focus is on the core and nucleolus of such games.
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preparation times; sequencing situations; cooperative game theory; core; nucleolus;
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