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Coordinating aggregate and detailed scheduling decisions in the one machine job-shop

I-theory

by L. Gelders

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Published by M.I.T.] in [Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Production scheduling.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L. Gelders and P.R. Kleindorfer.
    SeriesMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Alfred P. Sloan School of Management. Working papers -- no. 600-72, Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 600-72.
    ContributionsKleindorfer, Paul R.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 leaves,
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17994513M
    OCLC/WorldCa14514816

    In this paper scheduling of n jobs, all requiring a single stage of processing, on m unrelated parallel machines is considered. No preemption of jobs Cited by: LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading this chapter, you will be able to: LO Explain what aggregate planning is and how it is useful. LO Identify the variables decision makers have to work with in aggregate planning. LO Describe some of the strategies that can be used for meeting uneven demand. LO Describe some of the graphical and quantitative techniques planners Size: 6MB.

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Coordinating aggregate and detailed scheduling decisions in the one machine job-shop by L. Gelders Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper presents a formal model of the one-machine job-shop scheduling problem with variable capacity. Its primary interest focuses on the trade-off between overtime and detailed scheduling cost Cited by: coordinatingaggregateanddetailedscheduling decisionsintheonemachinejob-shop:i-theory orfer april, mass.

Coordinating Aggregate and Detailed Scheduling Decisions in the One-Machine Job Shop: Part I. Theory Article (PDF Available) in Operations Research 22(1) February with 51 Reads. Coordinating aggregate and detailed scheduling decisions in the one machine job-shop; I-theory, By L.

Gelders and Paul R. Kleindorfer Topics: Production : L. Gelders and Paul R. Kleindorfer. Coordinating aggregate and detailed scheduling decisions in the one-machine job shop.

TheoryAuthor: Ludo Gelders and P.R. Kleindorfer. A dual algorithm for the one-machine scheduling problem. Abstract. A branch and bound algorithm is presented for the problem of schedulingn jobs on a single machine to minimize tardiness.

The algorithm uses a dual problem to obtain a good feasible solution and an extremely sharp lower bound on the optimal objective by: L. Gelders, P.R. Kleindorfer, Coordinating Aggregate and Detailed Scheduling Decisions in the One-Machine Job Shop: Part I.

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Gelders, P. Kleindorfer. Pages: – The node Oji specifies A multiple objective decision theoretic approach to one-machine scheduling problems that the order for processing the last k jobs follows the sequence J, Jy For each CU, we call the set containing its elements Q'i.

Node generation (a) At Cited by: The overall decision problem is partitioned into four levels: (1) aggregate production planning for product families, (2) detailed scheduling and sequencing, (3) determination of production orders for items, and (4) distribution and dispatching.

Heuristic solution procedures are developed for Cited by: This paper addresses a class of problems, referred to as ‘disaggregation problems,’ which lie between aggregate planning at the top level and the more detailed decisions of inventory control and scheduling at the bottom level.

Most real-world problems are sufficiently complex to warrant a sequential or top-down approach to problem by: In a so-called mixed shop scheduling problem, some jobs have xed machine orders (as in the job shop) while the operations of the other jobs may be processed in arbitrary order (as in the open shop).

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22 () Cited by: 1. Coordinating aggregate and detailed scheduling in the one machine job shop: theoryOperations ResearchGoogle Scholar. Hierarchical integration of production planning and schedulingGeisler, M. by: 9. On the N-Job, One-Machine, Sequence-Dependent Problem with Tardiness Penalties: A Branch-and-Bound Approach.

Mgmt. Sci. 18, BB Google Scholar; SHWIMER, J. Interactions between Aggregate and Detailed Scheduling in a Job Shop, unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Alfred P.

Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, : C GravesStephen. Downloadable (with restrictions). Abstract Scheduling has become a major field within operational research with several hundred publications appearing each year.

This paper explores the historical development of the subject since the mids when the landmark publications started to appear. A discussion of the main topics of scheduling research for the past five decades is provided Cited by: Flow System Scheduling.

Goals is to achieve a smooth rate of flow of goods or customers through the equipment system in order to get high utilization of labor and equipment. Intermediate Volume Systems. -outputs fall between the standardized types of output from high volume systems and made to order output of job shops.

Scheduling Decisions is an important part of the decision making process of the Management of Hospitals. Healthcare Industries face large pressure in their operations. The major problems faced by Hospital Industries are the rising cost of hospital management, deficiency of healthcare workers, challenges related to accessing of services.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.European Journal of Operational Research 75 () North-Holland Integration of lotsizing and scheduling decisions in a job-shop Stephane Dauz~re-P6res and Jean-Bernard Lasserre Laboratoire d'Automatique et d'Analyse des SystOmes du CNRS, Avenue du Colonel Roche 7, Toulouse Cddex, France Abstract: In this paper, we consider an integrated model for job-shop Cited by: