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WSC
1997
9 years 1 months ago
Making Better Manufacturing Decisions with AIM
FACTOR/AIM (AIM) is a simulation system designed specifically for use in manufacturing decision support. AIM has been successfully applied to engineering design, scheduling, and p...
Julie N. Ehrlich, William R. Lilegdon
WSC
2008
9 years 2 months ago
Emergence of simulations for manufacturing line designs in Japanese automobile manufacturing plants
The aim of this research is to introduce the reader to a new perspective on the framework for designing a manufacturing line project in Japanese automobile manufacturing plants. A...
Minh Dang Nguyen, Soemon Takakuwa
ANOR
2006
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8 years 12 months ago
The efficiency of joint decision making in buyer-supplier relationships
This paper examines the effectiveness of joint decision making within 87 pairs of buyer-supplier relationships in manufacturing. Joint decision making is an important attribute of ...
Markus Biehl, Wade D. Cook, David A. Johnston
ASUNAM
2010
IEEE
9 years 1 months ago
Empirical Study of Social Features' Roles in Buyers' Complex Decision Making
This paper aims at studying the roles of social features (as obtained from social networking sources) in buyers' decision process when they are searching for products to buy. ...
Li Chen
EOR
2007
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Considering manufacturing cost and scheduling performance on a CNC turning machine
A well known industry application that allows controllable processing times is the manufacturing operations on CNC machines. For each turning operation as an example, there is a n...
Sinan Gurel, M. Selim Akturk
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