Prof. Nodari
Vakhania
Georgian Academy
of Sciences, Mexico
Professor
Email: nodari@uaem.mx
Qualifications
Ph.D., Russian
Academy of Sciences, Russia
Publications (Selected)

N. Vakhania. Fast algorithms for preemptive scheduling of jobs with
release times on a single processor to minimize the number of late jobs. Int.
J. on Computers Issue 3, Volume 4, 7987, 2010.

N.Vakhania. A polynomialtime algorithm for a special case of
minimizing the lateness on a single machine, Proc. American Conf. Applied Math.
(AMERICAN MATH '10), 2010.

N.Vakhania. Preemptive scheduling of jobs with tied parameters on a single
pro cessor to minimize the number of late jobs, Proc. American Conf. Applied
Math.(AMERICANMATH '10), 2010.

N. Vakhania. A binary search algorithm for a special case of minimizing
thelateness on a single machine. Int. J. of Applied Mathematics and
InformaticsIssue 3, Volume 3, 4550, 2009.

N. Vakhania. Scheduling jobs with release times preemptively on a single
machine to minimize the number of late jobs. Operations Research Letters 37,
405410,2009.

N. Vakhania. On common properties of two scheduling problems with di_erent
objective criteria. Int. J. of Pure and Applied Mathematics 51, p.157162,
2009.

N.Vakhania. Fast algorithms for preemptive scheduling of equallength jobs
on a single and identical processors to minimize the number of late jobs. Int.
J. of Mathematics and Computers in Simulation 1, p.95100, 2008.

E. Shchepin and N. Vakhania. On the geometry, preemptions and complexityof
multiprocessor and open shop scheduling. Annals of Operations Research
159,p.183213, 2008.

E.Shchepin and N. Vakhania. On the approximability and complexity of
acyclic shop scheduling problems. WSEAS Transactions on Computers 5,
p.31393145, 2006.

E. Shchepin and N. Vakhania. An absolute approximation algorithm for
scheduling unrelated machines. Naval Research Logistics 53, p.502507, 2006.

E. Shchepin and N. Vakhania. An optimal rounding gives a better
approximation for scheduling unrelated machines. Operations Research Letters
33,p.127133,2005.
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