Scheduling pp 607-610 | Cite as

Overview of Stochastic Scheduling Problems

  • Michael L. Pinedo


No framework or classification scheme has ever been introduced for stochastic scheduling problems. It is more difficult to develop such a scheme for stochastic scheduling problems than for deterministic scheduling problems. In order to characterize a stochastic scheduling problem more information is required. For example, the distributions of the processing times have to be specified as well as the distributions of the due dates (which may be different). It has to be specified whether the processing times of the n jobs are independent or correlated (e.g., equal to the same random variable) and also which class of policies is considered. For these reasons no framework has been introduced in this book either


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.New York UniversityNew YorkUSA

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