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Process Control with Dynamic Resource Scheduling

By Jan Šinkora

Abstract

This project pursues issues on the border of information technologies and process optimization. Previously published concepts of~modeling projects and shared resources with object-oriented Petri nets are presented and further expanded. The possibilites of~the use of~genetic algorithms for dynamic realtime optimization of the resource schedules are explored. The resource constrained project sheduling problem is presented and it is shown, how instances of the problem can be implemented. A more complex model that is inspired by real production systems is then created. Next, a control agent, which monitors a running production system and allows for it's dynamic optimization is designed. The whole system is implemented in the Squeak Smalltalk environment with the use of the tool PNtalk, which is an experimental implementation of the object oriented Petri nets paradigm

Topics: Petri nets; Rozvrhování; Petriho sítě; OOPN; PNtalk; RCPSP; Genetické algoritmy; Genetic algorithms; Scheduling; Dynamické systémy; Squeak; Dynamic systems; Smalltalk
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta informačních technologií
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:236622
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