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At the same time PPR and CP in principle seem to be not competitive with the remaining ones due to the GA converges to much worse values in spite of the high diversity degree that these codiﬁcations produce into the initial populations. We have also conducted experiments over a number of 1000 generations with similar conclusions. Regarding time consumption, CP, PPR and PR schemas needs approximately the same values. 9 secs. 5 secs. for a problem of size 20 × 15. 5 secs. for values of P of 2, 3 and 4 respectively.
In: Proceedings of the 1996 IEEE International Conference on Evolutionary Computation (ICEC96), IEEE Press (1996) 622–627 New Codification Schemas for Scheduling with Genetic Algorithms Ramiro Varela, David Serrano, and Mar´ıa Sierra Dep. es/Tc Abstract. Codiﬁcation is a very important issue when a Genetic Algorithm is designed to dealing with a combinatorial problem. In this paper we introduce new codiﬁcation schemas for the Job Shop Scheduling problem which are extensions of two schemas of common use, and are worked out from the concept of underlying probabilistic model.
In  Jain and Meeran review the most interesting approaches to this problem. One of the ﬁrst eﬃcient approaches is the well-known algorithm proposed by Giﬄer and Thomson in . Here we consider a variant termed as hybrid G&T (see Algorithm 1). The hybrid G&T algorithm is an active schedule builder. A schedule is active if to starting earlier any operation, at least another one must be delayed. Active schedules are good in average and at the same time this space contains at least one optimal schedule.