**While learning Sequencing Problems, the objectives are-**

- Understanding the concept and meaning of sequencing.
- Being aware of the terminologies used in sequencing problems.
- The assumptions made while solving a sequencing problem.
- Handing out various jobs through machines of different numbers.
- Dealing of ‘n’ jobs through ‘m’ machines and two jobs through ‘m’ machines.

**Chapter Outline**

- Preface to sequencing problems
- Terminologies commonly used in sequencing problems
- Assumptions made while solving sequencing problems
- Classification of sequencing problems
- n-Jobs one machine case
- Rule of Shortest Processing Time (SPT)
- WSPT
- Priority Sequencing Guidelines
- Sequencing jobs through two machines
- n-Jobs 3 machine case
- Two jobs ‘m’ machine case

**Links of Previous Main Topic:-**

- Introduction learning objectives
- Duality in linear programming
- Learning objectives
- Learning objectives the transportation problems

**Links of Next Finance Topics:-**

- Preface to sequencing problems
- Terminologies commonly used in sequencing problems
- Assumptions made while solving sequencing problems
- Classification of sequencing problems
- N jobs one machine case
- Rule of shortest processing time spt
- Wspt
- Priority sequencing guidelines
- Sequencing jobs through two machines
- N jobs 3 machine case
- Two jobs m machine case
- Minimization problems
- Learning objectives the transportation problems
- Special case of traveling sales man problem