Evaluation and Optimization of Strongly Ideal Assemble-to-Order Systems
The contribution of John Buzacott to the Operations Management field cannot be overstated. Grounded in Industrial Engineering his work can be characterized by both practical relevance and mathematical rigor. The practical relevance posed to him extremely challenging mathematical and computational problems. Together with his PhDs and colleagues he has taken up these challenges and made breakthrough contributions to the analysis and design of manufacturing systems. The control concepts he developed for manufacturing systems turn out to have a much wider area of application, in particular to supply chain planning and control.
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