Subject: master production schedule | [ INFO.INFO-IR ] Computer Science [cs]/Information Retrieval [cs.IR] | [ SPI.AUTO ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Automatic | mixed-integer programming | manufacturing systems | production planning and control | stability
International audience; One of the primary factors that impact the master production scheduling performance is demand fluctuation, which leads to frequently updated decisions, thereby causing instability. Consequently, global cost deteriorates, and productivity decrease... View more
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