Scheduling Models in Supply Chain
This chapter introduces the scheduling models in supply chains. Models of scheduling within production units are discussed for different shop structures and objectives. Such models and solution methods are used as a base for further development across production units with objectives of increasing the synergy resulting from coordinated or integrated scheduling. The chapter briefly introduces some of the basic models in scheduling theory that mostly related to supply chain models followed by some of the basic models in supply chain scheduling.
KeywordsSupply chain Scheduling Mathematical models Optimization
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