In this paper we propose a new lower bound for the resource constrained project scheduling problem with generalized precedence relationships. The lower bound is based on a relaxation of the resource constraints among independent activities and on a solution of the relaxed problem suitably represented by means of an AON acyclic network. Computational results are presented and confirmed a better practical performance of the proposed method with respect to the those present in the literature

Caramia, M., & Bianco, L. (2009). A New Lower Bound for the Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem with Generalized Precedence Relations.

A New Lower Bound for the Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem with Generalized Precedence Relations

CARAMIA, MASSIMILIANO;BIANCO, LUCIO
2009-07-07T13:56:14Z

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In this paper we propose a new lower bound for the resource constrained project scheduling problem with generalized precedence relationships. The lower bound is based on a relaxation of the resource constraints among independent activities and on a solution of the relaxed problem suitably represented by means of an AON acyclic network. Computational results are presented and confirmed a better practical performance of the proposed method with respect to the those present in the literature
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generalized precedence relationships
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project scheduling
Caramia, M., & Bianco, L. (2009). A New Lower Bound for the Resource-Constrained Project Scheduling Problem with Generalized Precedence Relations.
Caramia, M; Bianco, L
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