Using the Theory of Constraints in Teaching Linear Programming and Vice Versa: Advantages and Caveats - The symbiosis between the theory of constraints (TOC) and linear programming (LP) is the focus of this article. How TOC principles may be used to introduce LP is demonstrated. In addition, the heuristic nature of the five-step TOC analysis is shown. Textbooks and journal articles do not usually ...
|Year of Publication:||
|Type of Publication:||Article|
|Title record from database:|| OLC-SSG Economic Sciences|
|Availability:||More access options|
|More options (other):|
|Description not available.|
Saved in bookmark lists
Similar items by author
A note on "a hybrid genetic algorithm for the dynamic plant layout problem"
By: Balakrishnan, Jaydeep Published: (2006)
A Strategic Framework for Managing Failure in JIT Supply Chains
By: Balakrishnan, Jaydeep Published: (2008)
Factors affecting the evolution of manufacturing in Canada: an historical perspective
By: Balakrishnan, Jaydeep Published: (2007)