IBM Solves a Mixed-Integer Program to Optimize Its Semiconductor Supply Chain

@article{Denton2006IBMSA,
  title={IBM Solves a Mixed-Integer Program to Optimize Its Semiconductor Supply Chain},
  author={Brian T. Denton and John Forrest and R. John Milne},
  journal={Interfaces},
  year={2006},
  volume={36},
  pages={386-399}
}
IBM Systems and Technology Group uses operations research models and methods extensively for solving large-scale supply chain optimization (SCO) problems for planning its extended enterprise semiconductor supply chain. The large-scale nature of these problems necessitates the use of computationally efficient solution methods. However, the complexity of the models makes developing robust solution methods a challenge. We developed a mixed-integer programming (MIP) model and supporting heuristics… CONTINUE READING

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