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Benchmarking Flexible Job-Shop Scheduling and Control Systems

Abstract : Benchmarking is comparing the output of different systems for a given set of input data in order to improve the system's performance. Faced with the lack of realistic and operational benchmarks that can be used for testing optimization methods and control systems in flexible systems, this paper proposes a benchmark system based on a real production cell. A three-step method is presented: data preparation, experimentation, and reporting. This benchmark allows the evaluation of static optimization performances using traditional operation research tools and the evaluation of control system's robustness faced with unexpected events
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Damien Trentesaux, Cyrille Pach, Abdelghani Bekrar, Yves Sallez, Thierry Berger, et al.. Benchmarking Flexible Job-Shop Scheduling and Control Systems. Control Engineering Practice, Elsevier, 2013, 21 (9), pp.1204-1225. ⟨10.1016/j.conengprac.2013.05.004⟩. ⟨hal-03405597⟩



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