Recent developments in evolutionary computation for manufacturing optimisation: problems, solutions and comparisons   [EC]

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Dimopoulos, C. and Zalzala, A., M., S.

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Info: IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation (Journal), 2000, p. 93-113
Keywords:evolutionary computation, genetic programming, manufacturing optimization
Abstract:
The use of intelligent techniques in the manufacturing field has been growing the last decades due to the fact that most of manufacturing optimisation problems are combinatorial and NP hard. This report examines recent developments in the field of evolutionary computation [EC] for manufacturing optimisation. Significant papers in various areas are highlighted and comparisons of results are given wherever data is available. A wide range of problems is covered, from job shop and flow shop scheduling, to process planning [FS] [PP] and assembly line balancing
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BibTex:
@Article{chrams00,
  author =       "Christos Dimopoulos and A M S Zalzala",
  title =        "Recent developments in evolutionary computation for
                 manufacturing optimisation: problems, solutions and
                 comparisons",
  journal =      "IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation",
  year =         "2000",
  volume =       "4",
  number =       "2",
  pages =        "93--113",
  email =        "chris_dimop@hotmail.com",
  keywords =     "evolutionary computation, genetic programming,
                 manufacturing optimization",
  abstract =     "The use of intelligent techniques in the manufacturing
                 field has been growing the last decades due to the fact
                 that most of manufacturing optimisation problems are
                 combinatorial and NP hard. This report examines recent
                 developments in the field of evolutionary computation
                 for manufacturing optimisation. Significant papers in
                 various areas are highlighted and comparisons of
                 results are given wherever data is available. A wide
                 range of problems is covered, from job shop and flow
                 shop scheduling, to process planning and assembly line
                 balancing",
}