Modern Production Management Systems: Proceedings of the IFIP TC 5 WG 5.7 Working Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems-APMS '87, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 11-14 Aug., 1987
Elsevier, 1987 - Business & Economics - 746 pages
New results in the area of production management and information systems for the Factory of the Future are presented in this volume. The fifty-seven papers are by manufacturing, computing and production management professionals from academia, industry and government. The first three chapters examine scheduling methods and applications in flexible manufacturing systems, as well as heuristic algorithms for flow shop scheduling and loading. Chapter 4 deals with simulation in production management, while Chapters 5, 6 and 7 discuss planning and control problems in management systems. Chapters 8 and 9 involve modelling and manufacturing control. Chapter 10 is devoted to group technology and process planning. Expert systems, a new tool in production management, is the topic of Chapter 11, and the last chapter discusses productivity and human factor issues in manufacturing systems.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A Scheduling Method for a Class of Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Dynamic Network Modeling of an
Scheduling for Flexible Manufacturing Systems
36 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
algorithm analysis application approach Artificial Intelligence automated batch capacity cell Coloured Petri Nets components considered constraints conveyor cost cycle decision defined demand described developed dynamic Elsevier Science Publishers equation evaluation example expert system exponential distribution factors FIFO Figure Flexible Manufacturing Systems flow function Geometric Programming heuristic implementation incentive earnings Industrial Engineering input integrated inventory inverted bowl knowledge representation Kusiak Editor layout loading machine Manufacturing Resource Planning Material Requirements Planning method minimize minimum Modelon module node objective obtained Operations Research optimal overhaul paper parameters performance period posynomial process planning Production Management Systems production planning production schedule production system programming Publishers B.V. North-Holland quantity output queue rules scheduling problem Science Publishers B.V. sequence simulation solution solving specific stage structure techniques Technology tool units variables workload