An easy-to-read introduction to the concepts associated with the creation of optimization models for production planning starts off this book. These concepts are then applied to well-known planning models, namely mrp and MRP II. From this foundation, fairly sophisticated models for supply chain management are developed. Another unique feature is that models are developed with an eye toward implementation. In fact, there is a chapter that provides explicit examples of implementation of the basic models using a variety of popular, commercially available modeling languages.Mulvey, J.M. and H. Vladimirou (1992). Stochastic network programming for financial planning problems. Management Science 38, 1642a1664. Nahmias, S. (2001). Production and Operations Analysis (4 ed.). McGrawHill / Irwin, Chicago.
|Title||:||Introduction to Computational Optimization Models for Production Planning in a Supply Chain|
|Author||:||Stefan Voß, David L. Woodruff|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-05|