Flexibility and Robustness in Scheduling
December 2008, Wiley-ISTE
Chapter 1. Introduction to Flexibility and Robustness in Scheduling (Jean-Charles Billaut, Aziz Moukrim an Eric Sanlaville).
Chapter 2. Robustness in Operations Research and Decision Aiding (Bernard Roy).
Chapter 3. The Robustness of Multi-Purpose Machines Workshop Configuration (Marie-Laure Espinouse, Mireille Jacomino and Andre Rossi).
Chapter 4. Sensitivity Analysis for One and m Machines (Amine Mahjoub, Aziz Moukrim, Christophe Rapine and Eric Sanlaville).
Chapter 5. Service Level in Scheduling (Stephane Dauzere-Peres, Philippe Castagliola and Chams Lahlou).
Chapter 6. Metaheuristics for Robust Planning and Scheduling (Marc Sevaux, Kenneth Sorensen and Yann Le Quere).
Chapter 7. Metaheuristics and Performance Evaluation Models for the Stochastic Permutation Flow-Shop Scheduling Problem (Michel Gourgand, Nathalie Grangeon and Sylvie Norre).
Chapter 8. Resource Allocation for the Construction of Robust Project Schedules (Christian Artigues, Roel Leus and Willy Herroelen).
Chapter 9. Constraint-based Approaches for Robust Scheduling (Cyril Briand, Marie-Jose Huguet, Hoang Trung La and Pierre Lopez).
Chapter 10. Scheduling Operation Groups: A Multicriteria Approach to Provide Sequential Flexibility (Carl Esswein, Jean-Charles Billaut and Christian Artigues).
Chapter 11. A Flexible Proactive-Reactive Approach: The Case of an Assembly Workshop (Mohamed Ali Aloulou and Marie-Claude Portmann).
Chapter 12. Stabilization for Parallel Applications (Amine Mahjoub, Jonathan E. Pecero Sanchez and Denis Trystram).
Chapter 13. Contribution to a Proactive/Reactive Control of Time Critical Systems (Pascal Aygalinc, Soizick Calvez and Patrice Bonhomme).
Chapter 14. Small Perturbations on Some NP-Complete Scheduling Problems (Christophe Picouleau).
List of Authors.
Aziz Moukrim is Professor in Computer Science at the the University of Technology of Compiegne, France, and is a member of the UTC-CNFRS research laboratory (Heudiasyc). He teaches algorithmic and operations research (Scheduling, logistics and transportation systems). He is also co-leader of the CNRS Group (Scheduling and Transportation Networks).
Eric Sanlaville is Associate Professor In Computer Science at the University of Clermont-Ferrand, France. He teaches algorithmics and operations research (both in deterministic and stochastic settings). He has been a member of het board of the French OR Society since 004.