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|Title:||Comparison of make-to-order job shops with different machine layouts and production control systems|
|Authors:||Yang, Kum Khiong |
|Citation:||Yang, Kum Khiong,Jacobs, F.Robert (1992). Comparison of make-to-order job shops with different machine layouts and production control systems. International Journal of Production Research 30 (6) : 1269-1283. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||This research project examines the performance of job shops with different machine layouts and production control systems. Job shops examined in this study operate in a make-to-order environment. Results indicate that the material requirements planning order-release-and-due-date-assignment procedure always performs better than that of the period batch control. Cellular layout, however, performs better at a high setup-to-processing-time ratio, while the process layout performs better at a low setup-to-processing-time ratio.|
|Source Title:||International Journal of Production Research|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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