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Disaggregation : Problems in manufacturing and service organizations

Author: Larry P RitzmanLee J KrajewskiWilliam L BerryStephen H GoodmanStanley T HardyAll authors
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1979.
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This volume is intended to expand the dialogue and interest among both practitioners and academicians in a problem area worthy of attention by all. The concept of disaggregation admits to our current inability to solve many types of interrelated hierarchical problems simultaneously. It offers instead a sequential, iterative process as a workable and necessary procedure. The papers in this volume are selected from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Larry P Ritzman; Lee J Krajewski; William L Berry; Stephen H Goodman; Stanley T Hardy; Lawrence D Vitt
ISBN: 9789401576369 940157636X
OCLC Number: 851372267
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 703 pages)
Contents: 1. Perspectives on disaggregation --
2. Disaggregation in manufacturing and service organizations: survey of problems and research --
3. Toward a theory of hierarchical coordination and conflict --
4. An MSA view of disaggregation --
5. Hierarchical planning systems: a production application --
6. Optimal aggregation and disaggregation in hierarchical planning --
7. A hierarchical approach for the planning of a complex production system --
8. A hierarchical approach to multilocation inventory systems --
9. A disaggregation problem and a search enumeration algorithm for a multiplant, multiproduct scheduling application --
10. An efficient algorithm for multi-item scheduling --
11. Large scale optimization for master production scheduling --
12. Multi-item scheduling with reflection programming --
13. An approach to the analysis of integrated production-distribution systems --
14. Empirical relationships among budgets, other financially-oriented aggregate plans, and the master production schedule (MPS) --
15. Hedging the master schedule --
16. The disaggregation problem in the paper industry --
17. An economic lot size algorithm for multi-level inventory systems with acyclic network structures --
18. Impact of a product structure measure on the effectiveness of lot sizing techniques --
19. The effects of joint lot size strategies on capacity related performance in a multi-stage production-inventory system --
20. The impact of capacity on lot sizing decisions --
21. Variations in optimizing serial multi-stage production/inventory systems --
22. Priority updating procedures in dynamic job shop simulation studies: the impact on measures of performance under different due date assignment rules --
23. A review of flowshop scheduling research --
24. An aggregate-disaggregate approach to the large scale multiple project scheduling problem --
25. Shift scheduling for telephone operators and service office employees --
26. A complete control system for workforce management at a post office --
27. Decision making in the public sector: an application of goal interval programming for disaggregation in the post office --
28. Disaggregation of manpower in a service organization --
29. Facilities planning in the railroad industry: the need for disaggregation --
30. Vehicle dispatching --
sweep algorithm and extensions --
31. Navy enlisted manpower planning --
32. A public policy optimization model with simulation of disaggregation aspects: formulation of energy R and D policy --
33. Costs and benefits of a computer based regional blood inventory system --
34. Multi-level police patrol planning --
35. Disaggregation of the decisions to allocate patrol resources to police precincts --
36. Economically optimal quantity and mix of fire department services --
37. Disaggregation planning, scheduling and allocation of nursing staff --
38. 'Disaggregate mathematical models of optimal hospital bed management --
39. Recursive modeling of outpatient health care settings --
40. Nurse scheduling: a case of disaggregation in the public sector --
41. Computerized scheduling of hospital nursing personnel: disaggregation to accommodate individual preferences and nonroutine constraints --
42. Disaggregating health utilization data for planning --
43. Scheduling workers in situations having highly variable manpower requirements --
44. Optimal scheduling of two consecutive work periods --
45. A simple method for obtaining cyclic employee schedules --
46. Heuristic work force scheduling with variable shift lengths and labor productivity differences: a case study of encoder staffing.
Responsibility: edited by Larry P. Ritzman, Lee J. Krajewski, William L. Berry, Stephen H. Goodman, Stanley T. Hardy, Lawrence D. Vitt.

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