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A Scheduling Analysis in FMS Using the Transitive Matrix

  • Jong-Kun Lee
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3397)

Abstract

The analysis of the scheduling problem in FMS using the transitive matrix has been studied. Since the control flows in the Petri nets are based on the token flows, the basic unit of concurrency (short BUC) could be defined to be a set of the executed control flows in the net. In addition, original system could be divided into some subnets such as BUC of the machine’s operations and analyzed the feasibility time in each schedule. The usefulness of transitive matrix to slice off some subnets from the original net, and the explanation in an example will be discussed.

Keywords

Schedule Problem Behavioral Condition Part Type Cyclic Schedule Schedule Analysis 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jong-Kun Lee
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  1. 1.LIS/Computer Engineering DeptChangwon national UniversityChangwon, KyungnamKorea

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