Using Max-Plus Algebra in The Flow Shop Scheduling

Subiono Subiono

Abstract


In this paper, it is discussed notion of maxplus algebra and their properties. A model of flow shop production system and analyze the dynamical behavior of the system for scheduling problems are derived by means of max-plus algebra. The solutions of these problems are that the optimal sequence of jobs and the regular scheduling are obtained.

Keywords


Max - Plus Algebra; flow shop; scheduling

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12962/j20882033.v20i3.105

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