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Analysis and control of production systems
1. Introduction. 2. Forecasting and Time-series Analysis. 3. Inventory Systems. 4. Aggregate Poduction Planning. 5. Material Requirements Planning. 6. Project Planning and Scheduling. 7. JobExpand
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Deep learning using tumor HLA peptide mass spectrometry datasets improves neoantigen identification
Neoantigens, which are expressed on tumor cells, are one of the main targets of an effective antitumor T-cell response. Cancer immunotherapies to target neoantigens are of growing interest and are inExpand
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Strong transitivity, rationality and weak monotonicity in fuzzy pairwise comparisons
Strong transitivity and weak monotonicity are two important axioms in the theory of value and utility measurement. Expand
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The optimum target value for single filling operations with quality sampling plans
We address the problem of choosing the most cost efficient set point for an automatic filling operation on a production line. Several researchers have examined this problem for the case where theExpand
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A consistency test for rational weights in multi-criterion decision analysis with fuzzy pairwise comparisons
We address the problem encountered by van Laarhoven and Pedrycz (1983) and Boender et al. (1989) in which normalized weights derived from estimates based on ratio scales can exhibit an irrational ordering. Expand
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A multi-agent architecture for control of AGV systems
Agent is an autonomous, computational entity that can be viewed as perceiving its environment and acting upon it. Agents are event-driven objects that can be integrated in automated manufacturingExpand
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Some implications of learning theory for assembly line design and labor productivity
Abstract This paper describes an analytical relationship between learning phenomena, assembly line design, and labor productivity. It is shown how assembly line design acts upon labor productivity ifExpand
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A rule-based system for generating a ladder logic control program from a high-level systems model
In this article an interface between a high-level specification of a system and a logic controller of that system is developed. Expand
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Reliability, validity, and imprecision in fuzzy multicriteria decision-making
We examine some characteristics of judgment elicitation procedures as measurement instruments and evaluate their reliability, validity, and imprecision. Expand
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Design of a factory floor sequence controller from a high level system specification
Abstract The design of manufacturing systems and the development of manufacturing system controllers have become more closely linked as the manufacturing environment has become more automated.Expand
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