Short-term performance predicting and diagnosis for shop floor control

P.P.M. Stoop, J.W.M. Bertrand, C.W.G.M. Dirne

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Abstract

Many models that are available in the literature are developed with the focus on the performance predicting function. For diagnosis, that is explaining the performance that has been achieved, most of these models are inappropriate. Most predicting models are directed at the steady state or the average long term performance. For operational control however, short term performance predictions and explanations are found to be of greater importance. Therefore, the authors propose a model that can be used for short term performance predicting as well as short term performance diagnosis at the shop floor level
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute 25th Annual Meeting, Honolulu, USA, 20-22 November 1994
Place of PublicationAtlanta
PublisherDecision Science Institute
Pages1713-1715
Publication statusPublished - 1994

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