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Other research product . 2010

Self-optimization aspects for dynamic scheduling

Pereira, Ivo; Madureira, Ana Maria;
Open Access
English
Published: 01 Jan 2010
Country: Portugal
Abstract

Scheduling is a critical function that is present throughout many industries and applications. A great need exists for developing scheduling approaches that can be applied to a number of different scheduling problems with significant impact on performance of business organizations. A challenge is emerging in the design of scheduling support systems for manufacturing environments where dynamic adaptation and optimization become increasingly important. At this scenario, self-optimizing arise as the ability of the agent to monitor its state and performance and proactively tune itself to respond to environmental stimuli.

Subjects

Scheduling

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