A goal programming approach to mixed-model assembly line balancing problem

@inproceedings{Gokce2003AGP,
  title={A goal programming approach to mixed-model assembly line balancing problem},
  author={Hasan Burak Gokce and Erdal Erelb},
  year={2003}
}
In this paper, a binary goal programming model for the mixed-model assembly line balancing (ALB) problem is developed. The model is based on the concepts developed by Patterson and Albracht [l] and the model of Deckro and Rangachari [2] developed for the single-model ALB problem. The proposed model provides a considerable amount of flexibility to the decision maker since several conflicting goals can be simultaneously considered. 

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