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Artificial Intelligence FAQ: Bibliography 4/6 [Monthly posting]
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Operations Research books:

   Kenneth R. Baker, "Introduction to Sequencing and Scheduling", 
   John Wiley and Sons, 1974.

   Jacques Carlier and Philippe Chretienne, "Problemes d'ordonnancement:
   Modelisation / Complexite / Algorithmes", Masson, 1988.

   Edward G. Coffman Jr., editor, "Computers and Job-Shop Scheduling
   Theory", John Wiley and Sons, 1976.

Review articles:

   Stephen C. Graves, "A Review of Production Scheduling", 
   Operations Research, 29(4):646-675, 1981.

   Karl G. Kempf, "Manufacturing Planning and Scheduling: Where We Are
   and Where We Need To Be", Proceedings of the IEEE International
   Conference on Artificial Intelligence Applications, Miami, Florida, 1989.

   Karl Kempf, Claude Le Pape, Stephen F. Smith and Barry R. Fox, "Issues
   in the Design of AI-Based Schedulers: A Workshop Report", AI Magazine,
   11(5):37-46, 1991.

   Karl Kempf, Bruce Russell, Sanjiv Sidhu and Stu Barrett, "AI-Based
   Schedulers in Manufacturing Practice: Report of a Panel Discussion",
   AI Magazine, 11(5):46-55, 1991.

   Mitchell S. Steffen, "A Survey of Artificial Intelligence-Based
   Scheduling Systems", Proceedings of the Fall Industrial Engineering
   Conference, Boston, MA, 1986.

Miscellaneous:

   S.H. Clearwater, B.A. Huberman, and T. Hogg, "Cooperative solution of
   constraint satisfaction problems", Science 254(5035):1181-1183,
   November 22, 1991.

   Mark S. Fox and Norman Sadeh, "Why is scheduling difficult? A CSP
   perspective." In Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Artificial
   Intelligence (ECAI-90), pages 754-767, 1990.

   P. J. M. Val Laarhoven, E. H. L. Aarts, and J. K. Lenstra, "Job shop
   scheduling by simulated annealing", Operations Research 40(1):113-125,
   January-February 1992.

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