Simulation-based shop floor control

@inproceedings{Son2002SimulationbasedSF,
  title={Simulation-based shop floor control},
  author={Young-Jun Son and Sanjay B. Joshi and Richard A. Wysk and Jeffrey S. Smith},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract This paper presents an overview of simulation-based shop floor control. Much of the work described is based on research conducted in the Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Lab at The Pennsylvania State University, the Texas A&M Computer Aided Manufacturing Lab (TAMCAM), Technion in Israel, and the University of Arizona CIM lab over the past decade. In this approach, a discrete event simulation is used not only as a traditional analysis and evaluation tool but also as a task… CONTINUE READING

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