A decision support system for audit-staff scheduling with precedence constraints and due dates
The Accounting Review
A versatile computer model for audit-staff scheduling based on a zero-one integer program was presented by Balachandran and Zoltners [19811 (BZ). This paper extends the work of BZ by demonstrating how precedence constraints, due dates, penalty costs, resource leveling, and other audit considerations can be added to the zero-one integer program for audit scheduling. These additional features help improve the realism of the scheduling model, thus making the model more practical for applications.
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Chan, K. H., & Dodin, B. (1996). A decision support system for audit-staff scheduling with precedence constraints and due dates. The Accounting Review, 61(4), 726-734. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/247366