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2018 | 9 | nr 4 | 106--116
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Insertion Algorithms to Solve the Resource-Constrained Multi-Stage Project Scheduling Problem With Discounted Cash Flow Maximization

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The article presents the problem of scheduling a multi-stage project with limited availability of resources with the discounted cash flow maximization criterion from the perspective of a contractor. The contractor's cash outflows are associated with the execution of activities. The client's payments (cash inflows for the contractor) are performed after completing the agreed project's stages. The proposed solution for this problem is the use of insertion algorithms. Schedules are generated using forward and backward schedule generation schemes and modified justification techniques. The effectiveness of the proposed procedures is the subject of the examination with the use of standard test instances with additionally defined financial settlements of a project.(original abstract)
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9
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106--116
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  • State School of Higher Education of Biała Podlaska
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