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Business Computing and Operations Research 11 Production Management Production can be characterized as a transformation process Transformation of the input goods in the throughput in order to generate the output goods Production system is interpreted as an input output system Input Throughput Output
Selected Literature I, Adams J Balas E Zawack D The Shifting Bottleneck Procedure for Job . Shop Scheduling Management Science Vol 34 No 3 1988 . Ballou R H Business Logistics Management Planning Organizing and . Controlling the Supply Chain Upper Saddle River New Jersey 1999 . Baker K R Introduction to Sequencing and Scheduling John Wiley Sons . New York et al 1974 ISBN 10 0 4710 4555 1 , Bierwirth C Mattfeld D C Production scheduling and rescheduling with . genetic scheduling Evolutionary Computation 7 1 1 18 1999 . Brucker P Knust S Complex Scheduling Springer Berlin 2006 . Brucker P Scheduling Algorithms Springer Berlin et al 5th edition 2007 . ISBN 10 3 5406 9515 X , Carlier J The one machine sequencing problem European Journal of . Operational Research 11 pp 42 47 1982 , Campbell H G Dudek R A Smith M L A Heuristic Algorithm for the n Job . m Machine Sequencing Problem Management Science Vol 16 No 10 . 1970 , Domschke W Scholl A Vo S Produktionsplanung . Ablauforganisatorische Aspekte in German 2nd Edition Springer Berlin . 1997 ISBN 10 3 5406 3560 2 , Business Computing and Operations Research 2. Selected Literature II, Fleischmann M Quantitative Models in Reverse Logistics 1st edition . Springer Berlin 2001 ISBN 10 3 5404 1711 7 , Garey M R Johnson D S Computers and Intractability A Guide to the . Theory of NP Completeness 1st edition W H Freeman and Company San . Francisco 1979 ISBN 10 0 7167 1045 5 , Glover F Tabu Search A tutorial Interfaces Vol 20 No 4 74 94 1990 . Glover F Laguna M Tabu Search Kluwer Acad Publishers Springer . 2007 ISBN 10 0 7923 8187 4 , Hansen P Mladenovi N Variable neighborhood search Principles and . applications European Journal of Operational Research Vol 130 3 449 . 467 2001 , Hansen P and Mladenovi N A Tutorial on Variable Neighborhood . Search Les Cahiers Du GERAD HEC Montreal and GERAD technical report . 2003 , Holland J Adaption in Natural and Artificial Systems University of . Michigan Press Ann Arbor 1975 Reprint 1992 ISBN 10 0 2625 8111 6 . Kirkpatrick S Gelatt C D Vecchi M P Optimization by Simulated. Annealing Science Vol 220 No 4598 671 680 1983 , Business Computing and Operations Research 3. Selected Literature III, Loren o H R Martin O C St tzle T Iterated Local Search In Glover F . and Kochenberger G Handbook of Metaheuristics Springer New York 1st. Edition 2003 ISBN 10 1 4020 7263 5 , Nahmias S Production and Operations Analysis Sixth edition Mc Graw. Hill 2009 ISBN 10 0 0712 6370 5 Paperback Edition . Nowicki E Smutnicki C A fast Taboo Search Algorithm for the Job Shop . Problem Management Science 42 797 813 1996 , Nowicki E Smutnicki C An advanced Tabu Search Algorithm for the Job . Shop Problem Journal of Scheduling 8 145 159 2005 . Palmer D S Sequencing Jobs Through a Multi Stage Process in the . Minimum Total Time A Quick Method of Obtaining a Near Optimum . Operational Research Quarterly Vol 16 No 1 101 107 1965 . Pinedo M Scheduling Theory Algorithms and Systems Springer Berlin . New York 3rd edition 2008 ISBN 10 0 3877 8934 0 , Tompkins J A et Al Facilities planning 4th Edition Wiley New York et . Al 2009 ISBN 10 0 4704 4404 5 , Business Computing and Operations Research 4. Agenda,1 Scheduling and Operations Management,2 Basic definitions in Scheduling. 3 Simple single stage systems,4 Single stage sequencing problem with heads and . tails,5 Job Shop Scheduling,6 Flow Shop Scheduling. 7 Real time control of Job Shop Systems, Business Computing and Operations Research 5. 1 Scheduling and Operations Management, In this lecture we consider Scheduling problems that . are relevant for Operations Management, Therefore we give a brief introduction into . Operations Management , Operations Management, Efficient control implementation and execution of . complex processes in Production and Services, I e efficient management of operations. Operations strategy e g location of facilities sizing of . facilities allocation of processes assignment of . workers service operations see among others , Nahmias 2009 pp 3 18 . Business Computing and Operations Research 6, General problem fields. Location Planning, Layout Planning, Distribution, Transportation. Lot size planning, Forecasting, Inventory Management. Project Planning, Scheduling, Business Computing and Operations Research 7. 1 1 Basic definitions, In what follows we focus on production processes . Here Operations Management pursues an efficient , execution of Production and Logistics processes. Thus we have to introduce the terms, Production Management. Logistics Management , and Management itself, beforehand . Business Computing and Operations Research 8, Management. Institutional perspective , Persons as carriers of management activities. Functional perspective , all activities to do with. planning, deciding and , the continuous control , of the activities and processes in a company. Management process, Business Computing and Operations Research 9. Management process,1 Definition of objectives,2 Analyzing the current situation. 1 Internal, 2 External,3 Forecasting, 1 Estimating possible scenarios. 2 Qualitative Forecasting, 3 Quantitative Forecasting. 4 Problem definition,5 Generation of existing alternatives. 6 Decision making,7 Implementation,8 Continuous control. Business Computing and Operations Research 10, Production Management. Production can be characterized as a transformation . process, Transformation of the input goods in the throughput in . order to generate the output goods, Production system is interpreted as an input output . system, Input Throughput Output, Business Computing and Operations Research 11. Different levels of production management, Material resource planning . Management of the supply of the necessary input , goods. not considered in this lecture , Production program planning . Planning of the program of the offered output goods . not considered in this lecture , Managing the production process . Management of the throughput i e planning and , controlling the respective processes in order to attain . the pursued objectives, Business Computing and Operations Research 12. Transformation processes, Time transformation, Different time assignment of the respective input and . output goods, Location transformation, Different location assignment of the respective input . and output goods, State transformation, Different states of the respective input and output . goods, Business Computing and Operations Research 13. Logistics Management A characterization, it can be stated that as far as humankind can . recall the goods that people wanted were not , produced where they wanted to consume them or . were not accessible when desired to consume them . Food and other commodities were widely dispersed . and were available in abundance only at certain , times of the year Ballou 1999 p 3 . Business Computing and Operations Research 14, Logistics Management A characterization. That means we have different local and temporal , circumstances that prevent a free and unlimited . consumption of goods and products , These problems need a solution that provides local or . temporal transformation processes, Therefore the supply chains or networks have to . cover so called logistical functions, Business Computing and Operations Research 15.