Ralf Borndörfer, Guillaume Sagnol
Karl Däubel (TU), Daniel Waldschmidt (TU)
01.01.2019 – 31.12.2021
Scheduling jobs of stochastic duration is ideally done by means of fully adaptive policies. In applications such as surgery scheduling, however, highly volatile regimes cannot be implemented. We will study appropriate scheduling policies for such situations, both from a theoretical and a computational perspective.
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