An exact algorithm for an integrated project staffing problem with a homogeneous workforce
In our most recent publication in the Journal of Scheduling, two well-known problems from literature that are often treated separately, are now combined in a novel integrated solutions approach. Both the project scheduling and the resource staffing problem are solved by an integrated exact algorithm, leading to overall improved results.
Universitat Politècnica de València and Universitat de València, Spain
PMS is an international conference series devoted to Project Management and Scheduling. It was inaugurated by the European Working Group on Project Management and Scheduling (EWG), coordinated by Prof. Jan Weglarz from the Poznan University of Technology (Poland). The EWG gathers together more than hundred members, primarily from various European countries.
Payment models and net present value optimization for resource-constrained project scheduling
In our most recent publication in the Computers and Industrial Engineering, three payments models for the single- and multi-mode resource-constrained project scheduling problem have been proposed and tested using artificial project data. It is a follow-up study of the master thesis awarded by PMI Belgium.
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A comparative study of Artificial Intelligence methods for project duration forecasting
In our most recent publication in the Expert Systems with Applications, a comparison between various machine learning methods has been made to improve the accuracy of project duration forecasting. It is a follow-up study of the previous study using Support Vector Machines.