Una heurística constructiva para la resolución del problema de Job-Shop Scheduling (A constructive heuristic for solving the Job-Shop Scheduling Problem)

Rafael Mellado Silva (rafael.mellado@ucv.cl)1, Claudio Cubillos (claudio.cubillos@ucv.cl)1, Daniel Cabrera Paniagua (daniel.cabrerap@gmail.com)2


1Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso
2Universidad de Valparaíso

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: June 2016
Volume: 14,   Issue: 6 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
This work proposes the use of a constructive heuristic called Shifting Bottleneck Procedure for solving the Job-Shop Scheduling problem, with the aim to minimize the makespan, that is, the final delay of production planning. Because the constructive heuristic delivers an initial solution, then a Tabu Search method was used, with the aim to obtain a planification with the lowest possible makespan. The proposal was tested using benchmark data, and the results are promising, because the obtention of initial solutions using a constructive heuristic allows to decrease the processing time, and usually, the final results obtained from Tabu Search method are better.

Index Terms:
Job Shop Scheduling, constructive heuristic, tabu search   


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