An application of a cocitation-analysis method to find further research possibilities on the area of scheduling problems

Abstract : In this article we will give firstly a classification scheme of scheduling problems and their solving methods. The main aspects under examination are the following: machine and secondary resources, constraints, objective functions, uncertainty, mathematical models and adapted solution methods. In a second part, based on this scheme, we will examine a corpus of 60 main articles (1015 citation links were recorded in total) in scheduling literature from 1977 to 2009. The main purpose is to discover the underlying themes within the literature and to examine how they have evolved. To identify documents likely to be closely related, we are going to use the cocitation-based method of Greene et al. (2008). Our aim is to build a base of articles in order to extract the much developed research themes and find the less examined ones as well, and then try to discuss the reasons of the poorly investigation of some areas.
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Tibor Kocsis, Stéphane Negny, Pascal Floquet, Xuan Mi Meyer, Endre Rev. An application of a cocitation-analysis method to find further research possibilities on the area of scheduling problems. European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering - ESCAPE 20, Jun 2010, Ischia, Italy. pp. 1165-1170. ⟨hal-00880649⟩

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