ISSN 0020-7543, Online ISSN: 1366-588X
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
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Order overplanning with uncertain lumpy demand: a simplified theory
Extraction of manufacturing features from a feature-based design model
Lin, A. C.; Lin, S.-Y.; Cheng, S.-B.
A case for intelligent representation of dynamic resources in simulation
Souza, R. De; Zhao, Z. Y.
Impact of throughput-based objectives and machine grouping decisions on the short-term performance of flexible manufacturing systems
Kim, Y.-D.; Yano, C. A.
Multi-cyclic flow shop scheduling: an application in multi-stage, multiproduct production processes
El-Najdawi, M. K.
Performance and R&D expenditures in American and Japanese manufacturing firms
Co, H. C.; Chew, K. S.
Determination of a flexibility range for cellular manufacturing systems under product mix variations
Seifoddini, H.; Djassemi, M.
A branch and bound algorithm for scheduling projects to maximize net present value: the case of time dependent, contingent cash flows
Shtub, A.; Etgar, R.
Integrating order release control with due-date assignment rules
Tsai, C.-H.; Chang, G.-T.; Li, R.-K.
Optimal staffing for cyclically scheduled processes
Cochran, J. K.; Chu, D. E.; Chu, M. D.
Estimating the distribution and variance of time to produce a fixed lot size given deterministic processing times and random downtimes
Kim, D. S.; Alden, J. M.
The application of tool path compensation for the reduction of clampinginduced geometric errors
Meter, E. C. De; Hockenberger, M. J.
An integrated approach to multi-criteria design and control of manufacturing systems using simulation and goal-regression
Piplani, R.; Talavage, J.
Representation and selection of assembly sequences in computer-aided assembly process planning
Gottipolu, R. B.; Ghosh, K.
Static and dynamic operator allocation problems in cellular manufacturing systems
Bhaskar, K.; Srinivasan, G.
An action strategy generation framework for an on-line scheduling and control system in batch processes with neural networks
Chen, W.; Muraki, M.
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