bus 515 5 - Assessment 5 In scheduling there are many...

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Assessment 5 In scheduling there are many different techniques you can use to try to get the best schedule which would work for you or your company. Priority rule determines the priority of jobs at a work center. First come, first served (FCFS): Jobs are processed in the order in which they arrive at a machine or work center. Last come, first served (LCFS): The last job into the work center or at the top of the stack is processed first. Earliest due date (EDD): The job due the earliest has the highest priority. Shortest processing time (SPT): The job that requires the least processing time has the highest priority Longest processing time (LPT): The job that requires of time remaining longest processing time has the highest priority. Critical ratio (CR): The job with the smallest ratio of time remaining until due date to its processing time remaining has the highest priority. Slack per remaining operations (S/RO): The job with the least slack per remaining
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