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Analyse des règles de priorités dans un système de pilotage mixte - Production à la commande-production par anticipation

Abstract : We address the problem of optimal selection of production control rules for a manufacturing facility shared between two classes of items : a small number of high demand rate items and a large number of items with low demand rates. Demands for the products are independent Poisson processes. The performance criterion includes inventory holding costs subject to a service level constraint. We investigate the issue of optimal selection of scheduling rules for the global production system : the classical FIFO rule or a preemptive priority (PR) rule, giving priority to the low volume products, each time coupled with the selection of the associate optimal production strategy (Make-To-Stock or Make-To-Order). We model the joint production-inventory control problem in the context of a simple multiclass queuing system to gain insight into how scheduling rules and optimal selection of MTO or MTS policies affect the operating costs for the whole system
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Christian van Delft, K. Hadj Youssef, Yves Dallery. Analyse des règles de priorités dans un système de pilotage mixte - Production à la commande-production par anticipation. Journal Européen des Systèmes Automatisés (JESA), Lavoisier, 2002, Vol.36,n°1, pp.79-96. ⟨hal-00471403⟩

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