precedence relation

precedence relation

[′pres·əd·əns ri‚lā·shən]
(computer science)
A rule stating that, in a given programming language, one of two operators is to be applied before the other in any mathematical expression.
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If a precedence relation between two activities resulted from availability of resources, the planner might wish to consider procuring more resources (e.
Exercising the option of weakening the originally specified precedence relation between activities causes usually additional work and/or costs.
After that, we must decide whether precedence relation we put in is correct.
2 Acyclicity test of the graph of precedence relations
The precedence relation described in the task graph can be properly represented in the corresponding precedence matrix A, where element [a.
Regarding the task allocation problem, to build a feasible schedule, a decoder is instructed in the following way: By following the priority list, traverse the chromosome and assign the corresponding task to the indicated processor as soon as the precedence relation is fulfilled.
A precedence relation (shortly, a precedence) can be considered as a couple ([f.
The Simple Assembly Line Balancing (SALB) Problem aims to assign a set of tasks to a set of workstations such that: A) Each task is assigned to only one workstation B) Precedence relations among the tasks are not violated and C) One or more objectives are optimized.
His analysis of the schema as a developmental model linking diverse forms of precedence relations suggests a comparison with the much-examined oyabun/kobun paradigm in Japan (Nakane, Doi, Lebra).
On the other hand, it is dedicated to the interactions between the tree partitioning problem and classical restrictions (such as precedence relations or incomparability relations between nodes) involved in practical applications.
This permutation is not necessary admissible in the sense that we haven't warranted the conformation of precedence relations between phases.
A set of n jobs needs to be scheduled on one machine, the processing cannot be interrupted, there are no precedence relations among jobs and only one job can be processed at a time.