Dynamic lotsizing with a finite production rate

@inproceedings{Grubbstrm2013DynamicLW,
  title={Dynamic lotsizing with a finite production rate},
  author={Robert W. Grubbstr{\"o}m},
  year={2013}
}
The dynamic lotsizing problem concerns the determination of optimally produced/delivered batch quantities, when demand, which is to be satisfied, is distributed over time in different amounts at different times. The standard formulation assumes that these batches are provided instantaneously, i.e. that the production rate is infinite. Using a cumulative geometrical representation for demand and production, it has previously been demonstrated that the inner-corner condition for an optimal… CONTINUE READING

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