The 'dump' method prints the contents of the scheduler (i.e., the list of stands with the estimated harvests and execution dates to the console.
The 'harvestIntensity' is a multiplier for the "sustainable" harvest level; values > 1 cause the harvesting being above the level of sustainable yield (as it is estimated by the scheduler).
The 'maxHarvestLevel' property is a multiplier to define the maximum overshoot over the planned volume that the scheduler is willing to take (e.g. 1.2 -> 20% max. overshoot).
'useSustainableHarvest' is a scaling factor (0..1) that allows gradually switching between bottom-up harvest planning (i.e., stands are always processed at their optimal dates), and a top-down approach (i.e, the scheduling algorithm decides when a stand should be processed). A value of 1 means that the scheduler (assigned to the agent) is used exclusively, and 0 means a strict bottom up approach. Between 0 and 1 the harvest is scaled in between.
If 'verbose' is set to true, much more log messages are generated from the scheduling algorithms.