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Real time task scheduling allowing fuzzy due dates. (English) Zbl 0917.90195
Summary: The paper deals with periodical task scheduling. The tasks are described by fuzzy due dates and fuzzy execution times. The goal of scheduling is to find an optimal assignment of priorities such that the satisfaction associated with due dates and execution times be minimized. The paper shows how the rules associated with priorities improve the optimal assignment search.

90B35 Deterministic scheduling theory in operations research
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