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2019 | 10 | nr 3 | 54--60
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Exploring Heuristic Techniques for Flow Shop Scheduling

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This paper explores selected heuristics methods, namely CDS, Palmer's slope index, Gupta's algorithm, and concurrent heuristic algorithm for minimizing the makespan in permutation flow shop scheduling problem. Its main scope is to explore how different instances sizes impact on performance variability. The computational experiment includes 12 of available benchmark data sets of 10 problems proposed by Taillard. The results are computed and presented in the form of relative percentage deviation, while outputs of the NEH algorithm were used as reference solutions for comparison purposes. Finally, pertinent findings are commented. (original abstract)
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10
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54--60
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Twórcy
  • Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
  • Lear Corporation Seating Slovakia s.r.o., Slovakia
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  • T-systems, Slovakia s.r.o., Slovakia
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