Kungl Tekniska högskolan / Optimeringslära och systemteori /[an error occurred while processing this directive]This is a printer-friendly version of (none)SF2866 Applied Systems engineering, autumn 2016.SF2868 Systems engineering, Business and Management, Part 1 autumn 2016.I describe below the material that is included in the course. Modeling and SimulationORMS chapter 12 (except 12.3)IOR Chapter 20-20.2,20.5 Airline OptimizationORMS Chapter 20.1-2Inventory theoryORMS chapter 10-10.3.1 and 10.4-10.5.2IOR Chapter 18 describes several of these models too. 18.2-18.3 basic EOQ, 18.5 serial two-echelon model, and 18.6 Supply Chain ManagementORMS chapter 22.1, 22.2.2 and 22.4-22.6.Process ControlThe material on scheduling in ORMS is rather brief. The relevant parts are ORMS Chapter 18.4-18.4.3 (not more than two machines).For further reading, here are links to some other material I used. The slides by Ron Lembke were used for the examples in class: Scheduling slides I based the presentation and the proofs on the book "Scheduling.Theory,.Algorithms,.and.Systems.(2008)" by Michael Pinedo, Chapters 3.1-3.3. Another book on scheduling is "Algorithm for Sequencing and Scheduling", Draft text book by Ibrahim Alharkan, 2010. Relevant is One machine problems Chapter 2.3,2.4,2.8, (2.12), and Two machine problem Chapter 4-4.2 describes flow shops and Johnson's algorithm.
For more examples and exercises consider(These links may contain theory and examples not included in the course)scheduling examples Machine scheduling exercises Inventory theory The references above are to the following Course material:
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Hillier and Lieberman: "Introduction to Operations Research", 9th or 10th
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