Commit 238950f5 authored by Markus Klinik's avatar Markus Klinik
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The schedule in \cref{fig:SARSchedule-bad-weather} has been calculated in a bad weather situation.
The boat is selected as transport, and Bob as operator.
In general, we want the quality of resources for a task to be of arbitrary formulas or computations \todo{Fok: volgens mij moet je het woord of hier weg laten; anders begrijp ik deze zin niet}.
In general, we want the quality of resources for tasks to be arbitrary computations.
One can think of things like the distance of a person to a room on fire, the type of a fire, the hours since the last time a person rested, or rules of engagement.
This is in contrast to the treatment of the MSRCPSP in other works.
For example in \citet{MyszkowskiLNS2018}, every resource has a fixed cost, called its \emph{salary}.
No matter under which circumstances to which task a resource is assigned, it's cost is always salary times task duration.
\paragraph{The operational picture}
We assume that the state of the world \todo{Fok: de operational picture is een inschatting van de state of the world: afhankelijk van waarnemninge zitten in dese schatting fouten en/of onzekerheden} is kept in a data store called the operational picture (OP).
For our purpose this comprises both external and internal factors, like positions of contacts and weather conditions, or crew availability and equipment degradation.
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