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Lot Sizing with Random Yields: A Review
  • C. Yano, H. Lee
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Oper. Res.
  • 1 April 1995
This paper reviews the literature on quantitatively-oriented approaches for determining lot sizes when production or procurement yields are random. We discuss issues related to the modeling of costs,Expand
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Sequencing to minimize work overload in assembly lines with product options
We address the problem of sequencing jobs, each of which is characterized by one of a large number of possible combinations of customer-specified options, on a paced assembly line. These problemsExpand
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Setting Planned Leadtimes in Serial Production Systems with Tardiness Costs
We investigate the problem of determining optimal planned leadtimes in serial production systems in which the actual procurement and processing times may be stochastic. The objective is to minimizeExpand
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Coordinated Pricing and Production/Procurement Decisions: A Review
It has been nearly 50 years since researchers began to develop analytical models to aid in simultaneous decisions regarding pricing strategy, which influences demands, and production/procurementExpand
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The strategic use of capacity slack in the economic lot scheduling problem with random demand
Growing interest in designing systems with capacity slack as one form of flexibility raises many questions about its use and its usefulness. In the framework of the economic lot scheduling problemExpand
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Planned Leadtimes For Serial Production Systems
Abstract We investigate the problem of setting planned leadtimes in serial production systems when the actual leadtimes are stochastic. The objective is to minimize the sum of inventory holdingExpand
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Production Control in Multistage Systems with Variable Yield Losses
  • H. Lee, C. Yano
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Oper. Res.
  • 1 April 1988
Many manufacturing processes involved in the fabrication and assembly of "high-tech" components have highly variable yields that complicate the planning and control of production. We develop aExpand
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The economic lot and delivery scheduling problem: the common cycle case
We analyze the interface between a supplier and an assembly facility, where direct shipments are made from one to the other. The final manufacturing step at the supplier involves multiple componentsExpand
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Product line selection and pricing under a share-of-surplus choice model
Abstract Product line selection and pricing decisions are critical to the profitability of many firms, particularly in today’s competitive business environment in which providers of goods andExpand
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The economic lot and delivery scheduling problem: The single item case
We have studied the problem of determining the frequency of production of a single component and the frequency of delivery of that component to a customer which uses this component at a constantExpand
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