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Department:Multi-disciplinary Studiesen_US
Department:Department of Applied Mathematicsen_US
Author:Lee, Chi-kit Curieen_US
URI:https://theses.lib.polyu.edu.hk/handle/200/1775-
Language:Englishen_US
Title:Mathematical modelling for services schedulingen_US
Abstract:Services Scheduling could be very crucial in many industries as manufacturers have to provide effective after-sales services. In this paper, I will formulate the problem of the technician scheduling as different mathematical models. In the first part, I will formulate a basic model and solve the problem with a simple algorithm. In the second past, I will formulate the model again as a multiple travelling salesman problem (MTSP) and solve it with a modified Branch and Bound method. The results of the first two models will be computed and comparison will be given. The results show that both models give same results and the MTSP model with the modified Branch and Bound works faster and it is also practical to work on the exact algorithm due to the advanced computational tools (powerful computer hardware and software development). Lastly, formulation of the problem as a Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) and solve it by Lagrangian optimization and other models are also discussed.en_US
Pages:132 leaves : ill. ; 30 cmen_US
Year:1999-
Degree:All Masteren_US
Degree:M.Sc.en_US
Subject:Production scheduling -- Mathematical modelsen_US
Subject:Traveling-salesman problemen_US
Subject:Hong Kong Polytechnic University -- Dissertationsen_US
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