Multiobjective Optimization Scheduling Problems by Pareto-optimality in Agro-alimentaryWorkshop

Fatma Tangour, Ihsen Saad

Abstract


This paper deals with the multiobjective optimization problem of an agroalimentary production workshop. Three criteria are considered in addition to this initial cost of production: the cost of the out-of-date products, the cost of the distribution discount and the makespan, and a new coding is proposed for this type of workshop. The adopted approach consists in generating optimal solutions diversified in the search space of solutions, and to help the decision maker when it cannot give a particular preference to one of the objective functions to make the good decision with respect to the quoted criteria.

Keywords


Agro-alimentary workshop, scheduling problems, genetic algorithms, Pareto-optimality, multiobjective optimization, production cost, makespan

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