Product Configuration from a Mathematical Optimization Perspective

@inproceedings{Lindroth2011ProductCF,
  title={Product Configuration from a Mathematical Optimization Perspective},
  author={Peter Lindroth},
  year={2011}
}
The optimal truck configuration for a certain customer is very specific and depends on for what transport mission and in which operating environment the truck is to be used. In addition, the customers normally specify other feature requirements ranging from visual appearance to advanced driver support systems. For this reason, the truck configurations that are made available for the customers are highly specialized. To achieve this in a cost efficient way, the manufacturer must be able to… CONTINUE READING

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