Strong Formulations for Multi-Item Capacitated Lot Sizing
AbstractMulti-item capacitated lot-sizing problems are reformulated using a class of valid inequalities, which are facets for the single-item uncapacitated problem. Computational results using this reformulation are reported, and problems with up to 20 items and 13 periods have been solved to optimality using a commercial mixed integer code. We also show how the valid inequalities can easily be generated as part of a cutting plane algorithm, and suggest a further class of inequalities that is useful for single-item capacitated problems.
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Volume (Year): 30 (1984)
Issue (Month): 10 (October)
inventory/production: lot sizing;
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