Goal-Programming Based, Expert Worker Scheduling System for Underground Coal Mines
A goal programming-based worker scheduling model has been incorporated in the Mine Management Support System (MMSS) for assigning workers to prioritized jobs on a shift basis. In the model the accomplishment of each regular and non-regular job is a goal. The objective is minimization of the deviations away from the goals. A number of coefficients are used as premultipliers of the decision variables in order to address practical considerations associated with the utilization of workers and the requirements of jobs. Some of these premultipliers will be updated expertly within MMSS, timely updating the statuses of the dynamic parameters.
R. L. Grayson and S. Yuan, "Goal-Programming Based, Expert Worker Scheduling System for Underground Coal Mines," Preprint - Society of Mining Engineers of AIME, Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME), Jan 1991.
1991 SME Annual Meeting
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
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