Scheduling can be defined as “prescribing of when and where each operation necessary to manufacture the product is to be performed.” It is also defined as “establishing of times at which to begin and complete each event or operation comprising a procedure”. The principle aim of scheduling is to plan the sequence of work so that production can be systematically arranged towards the end of completion of all products by due date.
Principles of Scheduling
Inputs to Scheduling
Scheduling strategies vary widely among firms and range from ‘no scheduling’ to very sophisticated approaches. These strategies are grouped into four classes:
Types of Scheduling
Types of scheduling can be categorized as forward scheduling and backward scheduling.
Forward and backward scheduling
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