Commit 783590de authored by Markus Klinik's avatar Markus Klinik
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subfigures for SAR example

parent 42559a05
......@@ -69,15 +69,25 @@ Give medical treatment depends on both Prepare ER and Perform rescue.
\centering
% 0.9\textwidth is the smallest one that still fits all text in the boxes
\begin{subfigure}{0.95\textwidth}
\def\svgwidth{0.95\textwidth}
\sffamily
\input{sar-good-weather.pdf_tex}
\caption{In good weather the helicopter can be used.}
\label{fig:SARSchedule-good-weather}
\end{subfigure}
\vspace{1.0em}
\begin{subfigure}{0.95\textwidth}
\def\svgwidth{0.95\textwidth}
\sffamily
\input{sar-bad-weather.pdf_tex}
\caption{In bad weather the boat must be used.}
\label{fig:SARSchedule-bad-weather}
\end{subfigure}
\caption{Two possible schedules for the search and rescue example scenario.}
\caption{Two possible schedules for the search and rescue scenario.}
\label{fig:SARSchedules}
\end{figure*}
......@@ -106,9 +116,9 @@ Another extension of the MSRCPSP required for C2 is that the quality of a resour
In our example we assume that a helicopter can only be deployed in good weather.
When the weather is bad, the boat must be used.
Additionally, Bob does not have a helicopter license, so if the helicopter is selected, Bob can not be selected as operator.
Schedule B \todo{name schedules A and B} in \cref{fig:SARSchedules} has been calculated in a good weather situation.
The schedule in \cref{fig:SARSchedule-good-weather} has been calculated in a good weather situation.
A helicopter is selected as transport, but Bob is not the operator.
Schedule B has been calculated in a bad weather situation.
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}.
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