EUROFUSE workshop on Scheduling and Planning: preliminary program


Subject: EUROFUSE workshop on Scheduling and Planning: preliminary program
From: Fortemps Philippe (Philippe.Fortemps@fpms.ac.be)
Date: Sun Mar 19 2000 - 20:36:18 MET


PRELIMINARY PROGRAM and CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

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Welcome to the preliminary program of the

                EUROFUSE Workshop on Scheduling and Planning

                March 31 - April 1, 2000, Mons, Belgium

                http://image.fpms.ac.be/eurofuse/

the first specialized workshop organized by the EUROFUSE working
group.

These are working days dedicated to fuzzy techniques in scheduling
and planning. This kind of workshop is organized around

- four invited lectures (one-hour talk followed by discussion)

  given by prominent researchers and covering a broad range of

  interests,

- a small number of papers (25-minute talks followed by discussion)
  presenting recent results.

The wish of the organizers is that people attending to this workshop
could start working together. Therefore, the main particularity of
such a workshop is that each presentation, invited lecture or
submitted paper, will be followed by an extended discussion.

At the end of the workshop, a friendly farewell party will be
organized around some Belgian specialities...

See you soon in Mons,

        Philippe

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You can find the registration form as well as other details at

                http://image.fpms.ac.be/eurofuse/

This workshop will follow the Belgium/Fuzzy workshop (29-30 March,
same location).

                http://image.fpms.ac.be/belgiumfuzzy/

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EUROFUSE workshop on Scheduling and Planning

Mons, March 31-April 1, 2000

Preliminary version of the Programme

Friday 31 March 2000

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09:00-09:30 Registration and welcome address

09:30-10:45 Invited lecture (chairman: P. Fortemps)

Handling preference and uncertainty in fuzzy scheduling

D. Dubois (Toulouse, France)

10:45-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:45 Submitted papers session (chairman: R. Slowinski)

-Generalized fuzzy critical path conception for fuzzy network

planning problem

T. Tyshchuk (Donetsk, Ukraine)

-Critical path method in fuzzy environment

S. Chanas - P. Zielinski (Wroclaw, Poland)

-Toward critical path analysis in fuzzy PERT networks

V. Galvagnon - D. Dubois - H. Fargier (Toulouse, France)

12:45-14:30 Lunch

14:30-15:45 Invited lecture (chairman: W. Slany)

Multi-objective fuzzy project scheduling in action - Methodology and
 

software demonstration

M. Hapke - R. Slowinski (Poznan, Poland)

   

15:45-16:15 Coffee break

16:15-17:30 Submitted papers session (chairman: B. De Baets)

-On some approaches to the single machine scheduling problem with

fuzzy processing times and fuzzy due dates

S. Chanas - A. Kasperski (Wroclaw, Poland)

-Modelling flexibility on due-dates and delays between operation by

fuzzy logic to schedule a 'general flexible job shop'

S. Allet (CELOFA, Mons, Belgium)

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Saturday, 1 April 2000

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09:00-10:15 Invited lecture (chairman: M. Pirlot)

Constraint propagation in scheduling

P. Esquirol - P. Lopez (Toulouse, France)

10:15-10:45 Coffee break

10:45-12:45 Submitted papers session (chairman: S. Chanas)

-Scheduling uncertain orders in a custoer-subcontractor context

A. Letouzey - L. Geneste - B. Grabot (Tarbes, France)

-Subtractive clustering based fuzzy modeling of job sequencing

K. Demirli (Montreal, Canada)

-Fuzzy scheduling in an agricultural context

B. De Baets (Gent, Belgium) - Ph. Fortemps (Mons, Belgium)

12:45-14:30 Lunch

14:30-15:45 Invited lecture (chairman: D. Dubois)

Manpower shift scheduling

W. Slany (Wien, Austria)

15:45-16:15 Coffee break

16:15-17:30 Submitted papers session (chairman: J. Fodor)

-Proposal of fuzzy stochastic financial optimization model

Z. Zmeskal (Ostrava, Czech Republic)

-Equilibria and maximal elements of abstracts fuzzy economies and

qualitative fuzzy games

S-S Chang - K-K Tan (Sichuan, China)

In the evening, farewell party (some Belgian specialities) !

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FORTEMPS Philippe
Mons Institute of Technology (F.P.Ms)
Mathematic & O.R. tel:+32-65-374685
Rue de Houdain, 9 fax:+32-65-374689
B-7000 Mons
BELGIUM email:Philippe.Fortemps@fpms.ac.be
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