| IE63200 - Scheduling ModelsSpring 2014 Days:
MWF 3:30-4:20 pmCredit Hours:
Overview and applications of basic problem classes in the area of production scheduling; emphasis on using existing theoretical results to address practical problems. Tentative SyllabusDescription:
Classification and complexity of scheduling problems; single machine models; parallel machine models; flow shop and job shop models.Topics Covered:
Same as Description and Objective abovePrerequisites:
Basic concepts of production control and discrete optimization; students must be comfortable with basic mathematics.Applied/Theory:
50/50Web Address:http://www.itap.purdue.edu/learning/tools/blackboard/index.htmlWeb Content:
Syllabus, grades, lecture notes, homework assignments, and solutions.Homework:
About 5 assignments.Projects:
Required. A term project can be theoretical, applied, or both. The topic and scope of the project should be mutually agreed on by students and instructor through a proposal; can be job-related.Exams:
Two (2) midterm exams and one (1) final exam.Textbooks:
**Updated Nov. 1, 2013** Required: M. Pinedo, "Scheduling: Theory, Algorithms and Systems," Springer, 2008, ISBN 978-0-387-78934-7. Disclaimer: Please visit the Listing of Textbooks by College or School for the most up-to-date textbook information.
ProEd miinimum computer requirements. A scheduling software package provided with textbook for some assignments.
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