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Solving Extended Project Scheduling Problems

Published Online: 10 Dec 2020
Page range: 137 - 141
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Abstract

Project based planning and execution is used in various phases of a product lifecycle, starting from the conceptual idea and design through to the manufacturing and maintenance. It is common, that an enterprise or an organization executes more than one project in parallel. These projects may share the same resources and may have differing goals. Based on experience the order of task execution is a key factor, having a major impact on the key performance indicators. Our paper presents an extended model and a scheduling method for resource constrained project scheduling problems.

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