Models for Operations Planning, Scheduling, and Control

Description: Discussion, three hours. Designed for Ph.D. students with some knowledge of mathematical programming and stochastic processes. Foundations of operations planning, scheduling, and control, with emphasis on formal models and their applications. Aggregate planning, work force scheduling, inventory management, and detailed operations scheduling and control. S/U or letter grading.

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