His primary areas of investigation include Scheduling, Mathematical optimization, Computational complexity theory, Job shop scheduling and Heuristics. The various areas that Chung-Lun Li examines in his Scheduling study include Distributed computing and Operations research. His work carried out in the field of Mathematical optimization brings together such families of science as Vehicle routing problem, Simulation and Directed acyclic graph.
His Computational complexity theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Iterative method, Dynamic programming and Computer simulation. Chung-Lun Li combines subjects such as Berth allocation problem and Rate-monotonic scheduling, Dynamic priority scheduling, Fair-share scheduling with his study of Job shop scheduling. His Heuristics research incorporates elements of Transportation theory and Heuristic.
Chung-Lun Li spends much of his time researching Mathematical optimization, Scheduling, Operations research, Computational complexity theory and Job shop scheduling. His study brings together the fields of Time complexity and Mathematical optimization. In general Scheduling study, his work on Tardiness often relates to the realm of Resource consumption, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Operations research research includes themes of Production manager, Production, Scheduling and Port. His Computational complexity theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Completion time, Graph theory and Parallel computing. His Job shop scheduling research incorporates themes from Rate-monotonic scheduling and Dynamic priority scheduling.
Chung-Lun Li mostly deals with Scheduling, Operations research, Job shop scheduling, Mathematical optimization and Distributed computing. His Scheduling research integrates issues from Queue and Scheduling. The Operations research study combines topics in areas such as Port, Production, Stochastic optimization and Simulation optimization.
His studies deal with areas such as Computational complexity theory and Algorithm as well as Job shop scheduling. His Computational complexity theory study combines topics in areas such as Total cost, Theoretical computer science and Tardiness. His work investigates the relationship between Mathematical optimization and topics such as Time complexity that intersect with problems in Knapsack problem.
Scheduling, Job shop scheduling, Human multitasking, Single-machine scheduling and Mathematical optimization are his primary areas of study. His research on Scheduling often connects related areas such as Algorithm. His Job shop scheduling research includes elements of Computational complexity theory, Scheduling and Theoretical computer science.
Combining a variety of fields, including Human multitasking, Efficient algorithm, Distributed computing, Operations research, Operations management and Industrial engineering, are what the author presents in his essays. His Single-machine scheduling study incorporates themes from Exact algorithm, Improved algorithm and Project management. As part of his studies on Mathematical optimization, Chung-Lun Li frequently links adjacent subjects like Routing.
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Flexible and Risk-Sharing Supply Contracts Under Price Uncertainty
Chung-Lun Li;Panos Kouvelis.
Management Science (1999)
Analysis of a new vehicle scheduling and location problem
Ebru K. Bish;Thin Yin Leong;Chung Lun Li;Jonathan W.C. Ng.
Naval Research Logistics (2001)
The complexity of finding two disjoint paths with min-max objective function
Chung-Lun Li;Thomas S. McCormick;David Simich-Levi.
Discrete Applied Mathematics (1989)
Machine Scheduling with Deliveries to Multiple Customer Locations
Chung Lun Li;George Vairaktarakis;Chung Yee Lee.
European Journal of Operational Research (2005)
A multiprocessor task scheduling model for berth allocation: heuristic and worst-case analysis
Yongpei Guan;Wen-Qiang Xiao;Raymond K Cheung;Chung-Lun Li.
Operations Research Letters (2002)
Scheduling with multiple-job-on-one-processor pattern
Chung Lun Li;Xiaoqiang Cai;Chung Yee Lee.
Iie Transactions (1998)
Interblock Crane Deployment in Container Terminals
Raymond K. Cheung;Chung-Lun Li;Wuqin Lin.
Transportation Science (2002)
Scheduling with processing set restrictions: A survey
Joseph Y T Leung;Chung Lun Li.
International Journal of Production Economics (2008)
On the Distance Constrained Vehicle Routing Problem
Chung-Lun Li;David Simchi-Levi;Martin Desrochers.
Operations Research (1992)
Mixed truck delivery systems with both hub-and-spoke and direct shipment
Jiyin Liu;Chung Lun Li;Chun Yan Chan.
Transportation Research Part E-logistics and Transportation Review (2003)
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