|Appears in Collections:||Computing Science and Mathematics Journal Articles|
|Title:||Editorial: New branches, old roots|
Gordon, Valery S
Kovalyov, Mikhail Y
Shafransky, Yakov M
Strusevich, Vitaly A
|Citation:||Blazewicz J, Burke E, Gordon VS, Kovalyov MY, Shafransky YM & Strusevich VA (2012) Editorial: New branches, old roots, Journal of Scheduling, 15 (4), pp. 399-401.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: This special issue of the Journal of Scheduling is dedicated to the memory of Vyacheslav S. Tanaev (1940-2002), the initiator and the leader of scheduling research in the Soviet Union and the countries of Eastern Europe. His main fields of interest and contribution include the minimization of functions on permutations of partially ordered elements, conditions for the existence of non-preemptive optimal schedules, mixed graph and multigraph scheduling models, models with recursive functions, symmetric function minimization, scheduling with transfer operators, the parametric decomposition of optimization problems, and many more.|
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