Scheduling concerns the allocation of limited resources to tasks over
time. The resources and tasks may take many forms, ranging from
scheduling computational threads on a network of workstations to
assigning airline crews to various routes.
This class will cover models and algorithms for scheduling problems.
We will cover a wide range of scheduling models including single machine,
multiple machine, shop environments. In each enviroment we will study
a variety of scheduling problems and their solution.
Midterm is during class time on March 12 in Room Mudd 303. You may bring one 8.5 by 11 inch piece
of paper with notes on both sides. It covers all topics that were covered in class up to and including
No class on Thursday, April 9.
Extra class on Tuesday, May 5 at 10:30AM in 303 Mudd for project presentations.
Final is on Tuesday, May 12 at 9AM in 303 Mudd.