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Over the years numerous branch-and-bound procedures for solving the resource-constrained project scheduling problem (RCPSP) have been developed. Enumerating delaying alternatives, extension alternatives, feasible posets, feasible sequences, feasible completion times or feasible subsets, they all...
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Over the years numerous branch-and-bound procedures for solving the resource-constrained project scheduling problem have been developed. Enumerating delaying alternatives, extension alternatives, feasible posets, feasible sequences or feasible subsets, they all aim at finding as fast as possible...
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Numerous exact algorithms have been developed for solving the resource-constrained project scheduling problem. Experimental studies have shown that currently even projects with only 60 activities cannot be optimally solved within a reasonable amount of time. Therefore heuristics employing...
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Numerous exact algorithms have been developed for solving the resource-constrained project scheduling problem. Experimental studies have shown that currently even projects with only 60 activities cannot be optimally solved within a reasonable amount of time. Therefore heuristics employing...
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Over the years numerous branch-and-bound procedures for solving the resource-constrained project scheduling problem have been developed. Enumerating delaying alternatives, extension alternatives, feasible posets, feasible sequences or feasible subsets, they all aim at finding as fast as possible...
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We consider a generalization of the classical resource constrained project scheduling problem. We introduce so-called partially reiiewable resources by assuming for each resource a capacity on subsets of periods. The concept of partially renewable resources is a fundamental tool in order to make...
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