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Note that the Johnson rule for s = 2 stages as described above always yields a permutation schedule. Conway, Maxwell & Miller [16] show that for any instance of problem F11 C m a x , there always exists an optimal schedule with the same processing order on the first two machines and with the same processing order on the last two machines. Consequently, problems F2 \ | C m a x and F311 C m a x always have an optimal solution that is a permutation schedule. An analogous statement does not hold any more for s = 4 stages: Consider two jobs with processing times (4,1,1,4) and (1,4,4,1), respectively, on the four machines.

3). -log-1—, 1 — 2 z->l. (5) 1 — £ The problem is to show this estimate in an extended area of the complex plane. Devroye's result follows from (5). A consequence of an analytic proof of (5) should be to derive estimates on the variance (the exact order is yet unknown) of height, and most probably also a limiting distribution result. It turned out that one needs more terms in (5) to obtain the conjectured results concerning the variance and the limiting distribution. Indeed, the expected value of the height followed from (5), as proved by Drmota [13], however, for the variance (which turns out to be bounded) Drmota [14] and Reed [54] needed more terms of the asymptotic expansion of the height plus additional concentration properties.

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