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Pipe-lining dynamic programming processes to synchronize both the production and the consumption of energy

Abstract : Synchronizing heterogeneous processes remains a difficult issue in Scheduling area. Related ILP models are in trouble, because of large gaps induced by rational relaxation. We choose here to deal with it while emulating the interactions which take place between the various players of such heterogeneous processes, and propose a pipe-line decomposition of a dynamic programming process designed in order to schedule energy production and energy consumption
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Fatiha Bendali, Eloise Mole Kamga, Jean Mailfert, Alain Quilliot, Hélène Toussaint. Pipe-lining dynamic programming processes to synchronize both the production and the consumption of energy. RAIRO - Operations Research, EDP Sciences, 2021, 55 (4), pp.2359-2383. ⟨10.1051/ro/2021094⟩. ⟨hal-03318412⟩

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