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    A New Method for Solving Dynamic Flexible Job Shop Scheduling Problems Integrating Genetic Algorithm and Priority Rules
    (International Journal of Engineering Works)

    Vol. 1, Issue. 2, PP 26-31, Nov. 2014
    Keywords: dynamic flexible job shop, priority rules, genetic algorithm, static

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    Abstract

    Dynamic flexible job shop scheduling problems has been one of the important and strongly NP-hard problem of manufacturing systems for many years. Most of the proposed algorithms are based on priority rules; By using these rules, the arrived jobs go to a long queue of waited jobs and sometimes it takes a long time for a job to be processed. In this paper a new approach, integrating of priority rules and genetic algorithm is presented, by decomposition of a dynamic problem to smaller dynamic and static problems. A module converts the queue of dynamic jobs to static, and then a genetic algorithm has been used to improve some objective functions.

    Author

    1. M. Sanatizadeh: Imam Khomeini International University,  sanatizadeh_83@yahoo.com
    2. M.A. Badamchizadeh : Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering , University of Tabriz, Iran, mbadamchi@tabrziu.ac.ir
    3. S. Khanmohammadi: Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering , University of Tabriz, Iran, khan@tabrziu.ac.ir
    4. D. Ashtiani Haghighi: University of Tabriz, Iran, d.ashtiani.h@gmail.com

     

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    M. Sanatizadeh, M.A. Badamchizadeh, S. Khanmohammadi, D. Ashtiani Haghighi "A New Method for Solving Dynamic Flexible Job Shop Scheduling Problems Integrating Genetic Algorithm and Priority Rules" International Journal of Engineering works, Vol. 1, Issue. 2, PP 26-31, Nov. 2014

     

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