Minimizing the number of stations and station activation costs for a production line

@article{Kovalev2017MinimizingTN,
  title={Minimizing the number of stations and station activation costs for a production line},
  author={Sergey Kovalev and Xavier Delorme and Alexandre Dolgui and Ammar Oulamara},
  journal={Computers & OR},
  year={2017},
  volume={79},
  pages={131-139}
}
In the problem under study, a paced unidirectional machining line, consisting of a number of stations, has to be configured to produce parts of several types. A given set of operations is required for each part type and the same operation can be required for different part types. Re-assignment of operations, when switching from one part type to another, is not allowed. All operations assigned to the same station are performed simultaneously. The objective is to assign operations to stations in… CONTINUE READING
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