Modeling Manufacturing Systems: From Aggregate Planning to Real-Time Control by Paolo BrandimarteModeling Manufacturing Systems: From Aggregate Planning to Real-Time Control by Paolo Brandimarte

Modeling Manufacturing Systems: From Aggregate Planning to Real-Time Control

byPaolo BrandimarteEditorAgostino Villa

Paperback | December 6, 2010

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Advanced modeling techniques are a necessary tool in order to design and manage manufacturing systems effectively. This book contains a set of tutorial chapters on topics ranging from aggregate production planning to real time control, including predictive and reactive scheduling, flow management in assembly systems, simulation of robotic cells, design of manufacturing systems under uncertainty and a historical perspective on production management philosophies. The book will be of interest both to researchers and practitioners, including graduate students in Manufacturing Engineering and Operations Research.
Title:Modeling Manufacturing Systems: From Aggregate Planning to Real-Time ControlFormat:PaperbackDimensions:218 pagesPublished:December 6, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3642084834

ISBN - 13:9783642084836

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Table of Contents

Modelling Manufacturing Systems: an Introduction: P. Brandimarte, A. Villa: Introduction and Overview of the Contributions.- For Further Reading.- References.- From the Aggregate Plan to Lot-Sizing in Multi-level Production Planning: J.-C. Hennet: Introduction.- The Planning Process.- The Lot-Sizing Problem.- Example.- Conclusion.- References.- Shop Floor Scheduling in Discrete Parts Manufacturing: G. J. Meester, J. M. J. Schutten, S. L. van de Velde, W. H. M. Zijm: Introduction.- Basic Decomposition Approach.- Multi-Resource Scheduling.- Set-Up Times.- Convergent and Divergent Job Routings.- Further Extensions and Practical Aspects.- JOBPLANNER.- Conclusions.- References.- Appendix A: Derivation of Set-Up Jobs.- Integrating Layout Design and Material Flow Management in Assembly Systems: M. Lucertini, D. Pacciaretti, A. Pacifici: Introduction.- Statement of the Problem.- Feasibility Properties.- Optimization Properties.- Conclusions.- References.- Appendix: Proofs of Theorems.- Reactive Scheduling in Real Time Production Control: E. Szelke, L. Monostori: Reactive Operation Management - Predictive, Reactive and Proactive Scheduling.- Models of Reactive and Proactive Scheduling Problems.- Solution Approaches - Methods, Techniques, Tools.- Conclusions: Future Research Issues in the Field.- References.- Simulation within CAD-Environment: P. Kopacek, G. Kronreif, T. Perme: Introduction.- Simulation System LASIMCO.- Simulation in Robotics - ROMOBIL/SITAR.- Conclusion.- References.- Model of Material Handling and Robotics.- C.-Y. Huang: Introduction.- Traditional Models of Material Handling and Robotics.- Facility Description Language (FDL).- Concurrent Flexible Specifications (CFS) for Material Handling and Robotics.- Discussion and Conclusion.- References.- A Simultaneous Approach for IMS Design: a Possibility Based Approach: G. Perrone, S. Noto La Diega: Introduction.- The Decisional Environment for Strategic IMS Design.- The Strategic IMS Design Decision-Making Tool: The Possibilistic Programming Theory.- The Possibilistic Framework for Strategic FMS Design.- Numerical Example.- Conclusions.- References.- Adaptive Production Control in Modern Industries: K. N. McKay, J. A. Buzacott: Introduction.- Motivation - Inherent Uncertainty.- Applying Production Control Methods - A Perspective.- Production Control Concepts for Immaturity or Uncertainty.- Conclusion.- Acknowledgments.- References.