2023 - Research.com Computer Science in China Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Business and Management in China Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Mathematics in China Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in China Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Scheduling, Mathematical optimization, Marketing, Job shop scheduling and Supply chain management. His Scheduling study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Time complexity, Algorithm and Dynamic programming. His research in Mathematical optimization intersects with topics in Single-machine scheduling, Tardiness, Learning effect, Completion time and Job scheduler.
His work deals with themes such as Structural equation modeling, Information technology, Industrial organization and Resource, which intersect with Marketing. His study in Job shop scheduling is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computational complexity theory, Simulated annealing and Scheduling. The study incorporates disciplines such as Risk analysis and Knowledge management in addition to Supply chain management.
His main research concerns Mathematical optimization, Scheduling, Job shop scheduling, Operations research and Marketing. His research investigates the connection with Mathematical optimization and areas like Time complexity which intersect with concerns in Batch processing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computational complexity theory and Algorithm.
T.C.E. Cheng has included themes like Scheduling, Distributed computing, Dynamic priority scheduling and Fair-share scheduling in his Job shop scheduling study. Marketing is frequently linked to Industrial organization in his study. T.C.E. Cheng focuses mostly in the field of Industrial organization, narrowing it down to topics relating to Supply chain management and, in certain cases, Microeconomics.
T.C.E. Cheng mainly investigates Scheduling, Mathematical optimization, Supply chain, Industrial organization and Job shop scheduling. His Scheduling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pareto principle, Computational intelligence and Parallel computing. His Mathematical optimization study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Single-machine scheduling.
His Supply chain research includes elements of Econometrics, Order, Revenue, Stackelberg competition and Product. His work in Industrial organization addresses subjects such as Supply chain management, which are connected to disciplines such as Game theory and Microeconomics. He studied Job shop scheduling and Operations research that intersect with Fixed cost and Set.
His primary areas of study are Mathematical optimization, Scheduling, Job shop scheduling, Supply chain and Industrial organization. His study in Dynamic programming, Scheduling and Approximation algorithm is done as part of Mathematical optimization. Particularly relevant to Tardiness is his body of work in Scheduling.
His Job shop scheduling study incorporates themes from Operations research, Schedule and Preemption. T.C.E. Cheng combines subjects such as Stackelberg competition, Incomplete contracts, Bargaining problem and Profit with his study of Supply chain. His Industrial organization research incorporates themes from Competition, Contingency theory, Competitive advantage and Entrepreneurial orientation.
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A survey of scheduling problems with setup times or costs
Ali Allahverdi;C.T. Ng;T.C.E. Cheng;Mikhail Y. Kovalyov.
Responsive supply chain : A competitive strategy in a networked economy
Angappa Gunasekaran;Kee hung Lai;T. C. Edwin Cheng.
Adoption of internet banking: an empirical study in Hong Kong
T. C. Edwin Cheng;David Y. C. Lam;Andy C. L. Yeung.
Managing carbon footprints in inventory management
Guowei Hua;T.C.E. Cheng;T.C.E. Cheng;Shouyang Wang.
International Journal of Production Economics (2011)
A concise survey of scheduling with time-dependent processing times
T. C.E. Cheng;Q. Ding;Bertrand M.T. Lin.
A state-of-the-art review of parallel-machine scheduling research
T.C.E. Cheng;C.C.S. Sin.
Survey of scheduling research involving due date determination decisions
T.C.E. Cheng;M.C. Gupta.
The impact of employee satisfaction on quality and profitability in high-contact service industries
Rachel W.Y. Yee;Andy C.L. Yeung;T.C. Edwin Cheng.
An empirical study of employee loyalty, service quality and firm performance in the service industry
Rachel W.Y. Yee;Andy C.L. Yeung;T.C. Edwin Cheng.
Measures for evaluating supply chain performance in transport logistics
Kee-hung Lai;E.W.T Ngai;T.C.E Cheng.
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