Optimization Models and Concepts in Production Management

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CRC Press, Apr 13, 1995 - Mathematics - 339 pages
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Conclusion
5
Computational complexity
14
Dealing with MPhard problems
21
References
37
CHAPTER 9
38
CHAPTER 2
45
Implications for applied methods
53
Coordination between aggregate and detailed scheduling
208
CHAPTER 7
213
Single product type single machine systems
220
Multiple product type single machine systems
240
Conclusions and suggestions
250
CHAPTER 8
257
literature review
263
Conclusions
271

CHAPTER 3
71
Case study 2
87
Case study 3
93
and Case Studies by J Teghem
108
Routing in flexible manufacturing and assembly systems
142
References
149
Optimal Production Control Based on Continuous Flow Models by
153
Bridging the Gap between Optimized
187
factory level aggregate scheduling
189
Introduction
194
Heavey and J Browne
277
The simulation process
283
Conclusions
303
A Methodology Supporting Design and Implementation of CIM Systems
307
Methodology
309
The development of heuristic methods from optimization models is
315
ECOGRAI
319
Application in SNECMA Company
325
Subject Index
333
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