Finite Capacity Scheduling Alternatives
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Production and inventory management journal : journal of the American Production and Inventory Control Society, Inc. - Washington, DC : Soc., ISSN 0897-8336, ZDB-ID 10542929. - Vol. 42.2001, 3-4, p. 70-74
Taylor, Sam G., (1985)
Scheduling Techniques: A Comparison of Logic - Many articles have been written discussing the merits of Just-in-Time, material requirements planning, theory of constraints, and process flow scheduling. You may have a reasonable understanding of each of these techniques. But, do you understand the differences in their scheduling logic? This article uses a simple example to make those differences ...
Bolander, Steven F., (2000)
Finite Capacity Promising - Finite capacity promising (FCP) is a technique for calculating available-to-promise capacities over the schedule horizon. FCP complements finite capacity scheduling systems and, like traditional available-to-promise techniques, helps firms establish valid order due dates
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