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Title: A Comparison of Johnson's Rule and TOC Based Scheduling Methodologies
Authors: Teeravaraprug, Jirarat 
Sakulpipat, Thassaporn 
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: Jirarat Teeravaraprug, Thassaporn Sakulpipat (2007) A Comparison of Johnson's Rule and TOC Based Scheduling Methodologies.
Conference: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management 
Abstract: This paper gives a comparison of Johnson’s Rule andTOC based scheduling methodologies. Johnson’s Rulescheduling methodology is a step procedure while TOCbased scheduling methodology is only concept. Thispaper shows a comparison of these two concepts ofscheduling methodologies. A numerical example is given.Based on the numerical example, it shows that Johnson’sRule is simple but limited; while TOC based scheduling ismore difficult but providing more alternatives in jobsequencing.
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