Project Scheduling: Models, Methods, and Systems Development
Project scheduling is one of the most important disciplines of Operations Research with respect to applications. Especially the simple methods associated with CPM or MPM are applied rather oftenly in practice. However, cost and especially resource-oriented project scheduling methods are in practical use only rarely — despite a lot of new and promising concepts. We survey recent advances in modeling and solving deterministic resource-constrained project scheduling problems suitable for project planning and control.
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