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Overview of finite capacity scheduling using biological control.
(IEEE Transaction AFRICON 2009, 2009)
Elimination of variation in the flow line.
(Professional Engineering, 2003)
Operational scheduling requirements for multi-component flexible machining lines.
(Queens University, Belfast, 2002)
Biological control processes and their application to manufacturing planning.
(ICMR07 Conference Proceedings, De Montfort University, UK, 2007)
Effect of breakdown on the flow processing systems.
(Sheffield Hallam University, 2004)
Autonomous Planning using the basic principles of Gene Transcription Regulatory Control
(Scientific & Academic Publishing, 2012)
The vast majority of the research efforts in finite capacity scheduling over the past several years has focused on the generation of precise and almost exact measures for the working schedule presupposing complete information ...