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A mixed integer programming model for advanced planning and scheduling (APS). (English) Zbl 1121.90053
Summary: A mixed integer programming (MIP) model which succeeds in a system integration of the production planning and shop floor scheduling problems. The proposed advanced planning and scheduling (APS) model explicitly considers capacity constraints, operation sequences, lead times and due dates in a multi-order environment. The objective of the model is to seek the minimum cost of both production idle time and tardiness or earliness penalty of an order. The output of the model is operation schedules with order starting time and finish time. Numerical results show that the suggested APS model can favorably produce optimal schedules.

90B35Scheduling theory, deterministic
90C11Mixed integer programming
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