Addressing the Energy Consumption Factors in Job Shop Scheduling using MEESA


  • Anandapadmanabhan Kumaresan Dean, Sri Vasavi College (SFW), Erode.



Lateness, Makespan, Energy Efficiency, JSS, MEESA


In Job shop Scheduling Energy conservation is a key factor to be considers for minimizing the lateness and makespan of the shop here in this paper a new technic Modified Energy Efficiency Scheduling Algorithm (MEESA) is used in the proposed work it is divided into two parts analysing effective rate and modified scheduled aware mechanism, the MEESA algorithm enhances the efficiency rate, makespan, in job shop scheduling.

Author Biography

Anandapadmanabhan Kumaresan, Dean, Sri Vasavi College (SFW), Erode.

Dean, Sri Vasavi College (SFW), Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.


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