Different resource management policies in multi-mode resource constrained multi-project scheduling
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Beşikçi , Umut and Bilge, Ümit and Ulusoy, Gündüz (2011) Different resource management policies in multi-mode resource constrained multi-project scheduling. In: 2011 World Congress on Engineering and Technology, Shanghai, China
This study investigates different resource management policies in resource constrained multi-project problem environments. The problem environment under investigation has alternative modes for activities, a set of renewable and nonrenewable resources used by activities and further considerations such as general resource budget. The characterization of the way resources are used by individual projects in the multiproject environment is called resource management policy in this study. The solution approaches in the literature for multi-project problems generally defines the resources as a pool that can be shared by all the projects which in fact creates a general assumption for the resource usage characteristics. This resource management policy is referred as resource sharing policy in this study. Resource sharing policy can be invalid in
some certain cases where sharing assumption is not feasible because of some characteristics of resources and/or projects which require different resource management policies for the multi-project environment. According to the characteristics of resources and projects, resource management policies such as
resource dedication, relaxed resource dedication and generalized resource management policies can be defined. In this paper, these resource management policies will be defined and their mathematical formulations will be presented and discussed.
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