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Vol -  7, Issue- 1 ,         Page(s) : 105 - 112  (2016 ) DOI :


Multiprocessors Tasks Scheduling Problem (MTSP) is a NP hard problem and MTSP is the most intensively studied problem in the wide area of optimization. There are a number of approximation algorithms and heuristics proposed in the literature which can yield to good solutions. But with the increase in the number of multiprocessors tasks, the complexity of the problem goes on increasing.

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