Reformulation and Solution Approaches for an Integrated Scheduling Model
The time continuous integrated multi-item capacitated dynamic scheduling model with non-granular lot sizes and lot start times and dynamic demand functions as its key elements has recently been developed by Jodlbauer. Here we present a reformulation for improved ease of handling as well as several methods to obtain schedules close to the optimum.
KeywordsSolution Approach Inventory Level Setup Cost Economic Order Quantity Dynamic Demand
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