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Multi-Level Lot Sizing and Scheduling

Methods for Capacitated, Dynamic, and Deterministic Models


Part of the Production and Logistics book series (3197)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Alf Kimms
    Pages 1-12
  3. Alf Kimms
    Pages 13-28
  4. Alf Kimms
    Pages 29-68
  5. Alf Kimms
    Pages 69-94
  6. Alf Kimms
    Pages 95-121
  7. Alf Kimms
    Pages 123-223
  8. Alf Kimms
    Pages 225-230
  9. Alf Kimms
    Pages 231-234
  10. Alf Kimms
    Pages 235-237
  11. Alf Kimms
    Pages 239-245
  12. Alf Kimms
    Pages 247-250
  13. Alf Kimms
    Pages 251-255
  14. Alf Kimms
    Pages 257-260
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 261-355

About this book


This book is the outcome of my research in the field of multi­ levellot sizing and scheduling which started in May 1993 at the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Germany). During this time I discovered more and more interesting aspects ab out this subject and I had to learn that not every promising idea can be thoroughly evaluated by one person alone. Nevertheless, I am now in the position to present some results which are supposed to be useful for future endeavors. Since April 1995 the work was done with partial support from the research project no. Dr 170/4-1 from the "Deutsche For­ schungsgemeinschaft" (D FG). The remaining space in this preface shaH be dedicated to those who gave me valuable support: First, let me express my deep gratitude towards my thesis ad­ visor Prof. Dr. Andreas Drexl. He certainly is a very outstanding advisor. Without his steady suggestions, this work would not have come that far. Despite his scarce time capacities, he never rejected proof-reading draft versions of working papers, and he was always willing to discuss new ideas - the good as weH as the bad ones. He and Prof. Dr. Gerd Hansen refereed this thesis. I am in­ debted to both for their assessment. I am also owing something to Dr. Knut Haase. Since we al­ most never had the same opinion when discussing certain lot sizing aspects, his comments and criticism gave stimulating input.


Ablaufplanung Lot Produktionsplanung algorithms automata control control system genetic algorithms inventory linear optimization manufacturing production planning project scheduling scheduling stability

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für Produktion und Logistik Institut für BetriebswirtschaftslehreChristian-Albrechts-Universität zu KielKielGermany

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