Economics of advanced manufacturing systems
H. R. Parsaei, Anil Mital
Chapman & Hall, 1992 - Business & Economics - 373 pages
This book addresses various issues associated with the economics of advanced production and manufacturing systems, and presents non-traditional methodologies that can be used to evaluate those systems.
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Expert Systems Applied to the Economic Justification
Economics of Advanced Manufacturing Systems During System
Justification of Cellular Manufacturing Systems
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