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Resilience analysis for project scheduling with renewable resource constraint and uncertain activity durations

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  • In the real world, project construction usually suffers various uncertain factors. Traditionally, uncertainty is modelled as either random variables or dynamic events. This paper addresses the case that the information about uncertainty is partially known when developing project schedules. The concept of resilience is introduced into project scheduling problems with resource constraint to measure a schedule's ability to absorb possible perturbation. The definition of resilience is given based on project equilibriums. Since the calculation of resilience is time intensive, a new surrogate measure is proposed to indicate schedule resilience. Correlation analysis between resilience and proposed surrogate measure is carried out. The experimental results suggest that the proposed surrogate measure is more appropriate to indicate resilience than makespan or total free slack.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 90B50; Secondary: 68M20.

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