Principles of Sequencing and Scheduling
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Extensive sets of exercises are provided at the end of every chapter. Some of the exercises are spreadsheet-oriented and link scheduling theory to the most popular analytic platform among today's students and practitioners - the Microsoft Office Excel® spreadsheet.
In addition to thorough coverage of deterministic models, recent developments and approaches of stochastic models are also provided
The book minimizes any discussion of connections between the presented models, which allows for structural independence for classroom use
A Research Supplement is also available via the book's FTP site. This supplement includes research notes and additional material that expands on the coverage in the book and represents an intellectual bridge to the research literature on sequencing and scheduling