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Single machine earliness-tardiness scheduling problems using the equal-slack rule
(Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., 1994)
The purpose of this paper is to analyze a special case of the non-pre-emptive single machine scheduling problem where the distinct due dates for each job are related to processing times according to the Equal-Slack rule. ...
The green network design problem
Logistics activities are at the heart of world trade, but they also have unintended consequences on the environment due to the use of land, energy, and other types of natural resources. The significant energy usage by the ...
Endogenous effects of hubbing on flow intensities
Location of hub facilities and the allocation decisions in transport networks endogenously affect both the flow intensities and the transportation costs. Since the introduction of the hub location problem to the operations ...