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Stability measures for rolling schedules with applications to capacity expansion planning, master production scheduling, and lot sizing

Alf Kimms;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1996 Journal: Omega, volume 26, pages 355-366 (issn: 0305-0483, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier BV
Abstract
This contribution discusses the measurement of (in-)stability of finite horizon production planning when done on a rolling horizon basis. As examples, we review strategic capacity expansion planning, tactical master production scheduling, and operational capacitated lot sizing. An iterative method to dampen the nervousness is presented.
Subjects
free text keywords: Management Science and Operations Research, Strategy and Management, Information Systems and Management, Rolling horizon, nervousness, rescheduling, capacity expansion, master production scheduling, lot sizing, Computer science, Finite horizon, Sizing, Schedule, Production planning, Production engineering, Operations research, Scheduling (production processes), Iterative method, Master production schedule, ddc:650
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