Last edited by Vozil
Friday, July 24, 2020 | History

2 edition of use of simulation to investigate heuristics for alternate routing in manufacturing systems found in the catalog.

use of simulation to investigate heuristics for alternate routing in manufacturing systems

Susan Eileen Grinsted

use of simulation to investigate heuristics for alternate routing in manufacturing systems

by Susan Eileen Grinsted

  • 155 Want to read
  • 0 Currently reading

Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1990.

Statementby Susan Eileen Grinsted.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21855409M

Systems may use heuristics to reduce the number of choices that must be made in from CS at New York University.   The paper is organized as follows: in the next section, we briefly review the main works on PVRP and on periodic traveling salesman problem (PTSP), that is a special case of the PVRP where only one vehicle is available every day; in Section 3 we present the formal description of the problem and provide an integer linear programming (ILP) formulation in a set-covering form with additional.

  The split delivery vehicle routing problem is concerned with serving the demand of a set of customers with a fleet of capacitated vehicles at minimum cost. Contrary to what is assumed in the classical vehicle routing problem, a customer can be served by more than one vehicle, if by: The simulation heuristic is a mental strategy where a person determines the likelihood of an event actually happening based upon how easy it is to mentally picture that event happening. The simulation heuristic was first theorized by the psychologists Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky as being a special type of adaptation of the availability.

On the use of heuristics to approximate competitors’ private information C.-Y. Cynthia Lin and Erich J. Muehlegger 1 December Abstract Firms often lack knowledge of the nature of the uncertainty they or their opponents face and use heuristics or approximations to determine their strategy. We de fine and analyze one type. Routing Flexibility- Alternate routings enables faster and efficient decisions making (,). The routing flexibility studies this factor using a fixed routing as low value and alternate routing as high value. Decision Rule- The decision rules are fixed that is based on the measure under study the best.


Share this book
You might also like
Alaska Timeline

Alaska Timeline

Private libraries in Renaissance England

Private libraries in Renaissance England

Five from California

Five from California

Map-Prague

Map-Prague

The art of the idea

The art of the idea

State regulation of architects, engineers, and land surveyors by a composite board

State regulation of architects, engineers, and land surveyors by a composite board

Financial agreement between Canada and the Netherlands.

Financial agreement between Canada and the Netherlands.

Hilbre

Hilbre

Financial economics

Financial economics

Product guide.

Product guide.

Frozen foods

Frozen foods

Use of simulation to investigate heuristics for alternate routing in manufacturing systems by Susan Eileen Grinsted Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract. In this paper, we analyse four different heuristics for qualified worker selection for machines in discrete event simulation.

Conventional simulators simply select a capable worker randomly or from the top-of-the-stack (TOS) of candidates that are qualified to operate a machine, without considering the impact of removing that worker from the current available qualification pool (qPool).Cited by: 1.

Heuristic Algorithms for Manufacturing and Replacement Strategies of the Production System means of simulation it is possible to test and analyze routing the manufacturing process and its quantity and quality coefficients.

Additionally, it is also possible to There is a wide branch of manufacturing systems where manufacturing decisions. The complexity of the problem suggests the use of heuristics methodologies. Several heuristics are candidates to be used. With the aim of covering different approaches, both a specific heuristic for this problem and general heuristics or meta-heuristics have been developed.

Abstract. Most studies in real-time flexible manufacturing system (FMS) scheduling and control areas do not consider the effect of routing flexibility; their focus is typically on use of scheduling (i.e., dispatching) rules based on routing selection carried out prior to by: 5.

The increased use of flexible manufacturing systems to provide customers with diversified products efficiently has created a significant set of operational challenges for managers.

Decision Making & Heuristics. A number of factors can affect how we go about making decisions, but it is unusual for us to make a decision completely objectively and rationally; rather we usually bring biases from our prior beliefs or experiences into the situation.

As a result, we often use "rules of thumb," or heuristics, to help us. Production, Manufacturing and Logistics. Integrating meta-heuristics, simulation and exact techniques for production planning of a failure-prone manufacturing system. Author links open overlay panel Juan Esteban Diaz a Julia Handl b Dong-Ling Xu b.

Show by: 6. heuristics algorithms are popular due to the ease of adaptation in problem domains. In most simulation software, one or two algorithms are used without letting the user to choose.

The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the use of multi meta-heuristics methods in simulation optimization by using a Java based. A Simulation Analysis of Factors Influencing the Flexibility of Cellular Manufacturing.

in response to product variation and suggested that an alternate routing allows parts. Caprihan and Wadhwa () use simulation to study the impacts of information delays on the performance of a hypothetical semi-automated flexible manufacturing systems.

Mehra et al. () use. Integrating meta-heuristics, simulation and exact techniques for production planning of a failure-prone manufacturing system. For instance, in manufacturing systems, it is common that some products are employed (in a certain proportion) as raw materials during the manufacturing of another product.

Cited by: 6. Simulation Heuristic Definition The simulation heuristic focuses on what occurs after a person has experienced an event in his or her life. According to the simulation heuristic, a person imagines possible simulations or alternative outcomes to events that he or she encounters.

The imagined alternatives, in turn, affect how a person feels about the event [ ]. A META-HEURISTICS FOR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS OPTIMIZATION Roman Stryczek S u m m a r y modification as well as to improve the manufacturing performance.

The simulation enables also quick adaptation of a manufacturing system to production of a new or modified products. The simulation enables generation. The concept of "System 1" and "System 2" were created by Israeli-American Nobel Laureate and psychologist Daniel Kahneman, Ph.D.

He uses "System 1" to refer to the emotional, intuitive part of our. Manufacturing Systems Control Design details a matrix-based approach to the real-time application of control in discrete-event systems and flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) in particular. The "and/or" algebra in which matrix operations are carried out enables fast and efficient calculations with a minimum of computing power.

Which phrase most closely describes flexible manufacturing systems. a variation of CAD B. a more fully automated version of cellular manufacturing C. manufacturing resource planning D. a process layout with a manufacturing overlay E.

an approach that allows workers to begin work at a time of their choosing. Heuristics for vehicle routing problems: Sequence or set optimization. Tulio A. To olo1;2, Thibaut Vidal3, Tony Wauters1 1 KU Leuven, Department of Computer Science, CODeS & imec - Belgium 2 Federal University of Ouro Preto, Department of Computing - Brazil 3 Pontif cia Universidade Cat olica do Rio de Janeiro, Computer Science Department - Brazil.

The simulation heuristic is a psychological heuristic, or simplified mental strategy, according to which people determine the likelihood of an event based on how easy it is to picture the event lly as a result, people experience more regret over outcomes that are easier to imagine, such as "near misses".

The simulation heuristic was first theorized by psychologists Daniel. The Vehicle Routing Problem (VRP) holds a central place in distribution management and is an important combinatorial optimization problem.

To this day, only relatively small instances can be solved optimally. Hence, most researchers and practitioners in the field use heuristics. I will review the most important heuristics proposed over the past forty years for the VRP. particular coding system may not suit all manufacturing organization.

PFA, developed by Burbidge () is an approach for identifying the part families and corresponding machine cells based on manufacturing data such as production methods, part routing information and process plans.

Insertion heuristics have proven to be popular methods for solving a variety of vehicle routing and scheduling problems. In this paper, we focus on the impact of incorporating complicating constraints on the efficiency of insertion heuristics. The basic insertion heuristic for the standard vehicle routing problem has a time complexity of O(n3).Cited by: nonlinear simulation models and taking necessary corrective action accordingly (step 7 in Table 1).

An important feature of the proposed integrated framework of simulation and heuristics is the way we utilize the simulation tools for PWC system design with the aid of heuristics is totally different from how.Heuristics for Formulating System Design Optimization Models: Their Uses and Pitfalls Anand P.

Deshmukh, Deborah L. Thurstonyand James T. Allisonz Graduate Student, [email protected] yProfessor, [email protected] zAssistant Professor, [email protected] Department of Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering.