Products and process design

Order Instructions/Description

 
summarize chapter 8, 9, 10, and 11

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Zhi-Long Chen and George L. Vairaktarakis (2005) Integrated Scheduling of
Production and Distribution Operations, Management Science, 51(4), pp. 614-628

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