Scheduling a Work Conserving Queue with Deadlines: Minimizing the Cost of Getting the Work Done on Time
Jobs are processed over a fixed number of hours per day, and overtime is unavailable;
Some jobs will inevitably be tardy; and
The performance of a scheduling system should be measured on the basis of job tardiness (or earliness).
KeywordsIdle Time Arrival Process Production Period Service Period Schedule Rule
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