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Presented in this short document is a description of what is called a “Pipeline Scheduling Optimization Problem” and was first described in Rejowski and Pinto (2003) where they modeled the firstinfirstout (FIFO) and multiproduct nature of the segregated pipeline using both discretized space (multibatches, packs or pipes) and time (multiintervals, slots or periods). The same MILP model can also be found in Zyngier and Kelly (2009) along with other related production/process objects.
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