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# network_assignment - s to 4 workers The cost of performing...

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Unformatted text preview: s to 4 workers. The cost of performing a job is a function of arizes the cost of the assignments. Worker 1 b 4. Determine the optimal assignment using JoShop needs to assign 4 job the skills of the workers. Table 5.41 summ cannot do job 3 and worker 3 cannot do jo _____________————— TABLE 5.41 Data for Problem 2 In the JoShop model of Problem 2, suppose that an additional (ﬁfth) worker becomes available for performing the four jobs at the respective costs of \$60, \$45, \$30, and \$30.15 it economical to replace one of the current four workers with the new one? just received a ﬁfth job and that the workers are 52¢], \$10, \$20, and 530. jobs JoShop already has? In the model of f'rohlem 2, suppose that JoShop has respective costs of performing it by the four current Should the new job take priority over an}! of the four ...
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