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Otwarty dwumaszynowy problem szeregowania z rozmytymi czasami obrobki


  • Gladysz B.
  • Kuchta D.


Rozwazamy dwumaszynowy otwarty problem szeregowania, gdy czasy obrobki nie sa znane dokladnie, lecz tylko dane w postaci liczb rozmytych. W takim przypadku pojecie optymalnego uszeregowania i optymalnego czasu zakonczenia sa niejednoznaczne. W pracy nie podajemy definicji optymalnego rozmytego uszeregowania, lecz tylko definicje optymalnego rozmytego czasu zakonczenia – jako zbioru wszystkich mozliwych deterministycznych czasow zakonczenia razem z ich stopniami mozliwosci. Pokazujemy, jak wyznaczyc tak zdefiniowany optymalny rozmyty czas zakonczenia. Dostarczy on decydentowi informacji o tym, jakich czasow zakonczenia moze sie spodziewac i w jakim stopniu sa one mozliwe. Rezultaty teoretyczne sa zilustrowane przykladem liczbowym.

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  • Gladysz B. & Kuchta D., 2003. "Otwarty dwumaszynowy problem szeregowania z rozmytymi czasami obrobki," Operations Research and Decisions, Wroclaw University of Technology, Institute of Organization and Management, vol. 4, pages 1-3.
  • Handle: RePEc:wut:journl:v:4:y:2003:p:3

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