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Performance Evaluation of a production Line with Random Processing Times Under Cyclical Scheduling

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  • Tan, B.
  • Karabati, S.
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    A production line with random processing times and no interstation buffers is considered. The jobs are scheduled cyclically , i.e., a batch of n jobs is repititively using the same order of jobs in every batch. Processing time of a job on a station is assumed to have a phase-type distribution. The performance of this system is evaluated for both synchronous and asynchronous part tranfer cases.

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    Paper provided by Koc University in its series Papers with number 1997/04.

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    Length: 29 pages
    Date of creation: 1997
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    Handle: RePEc:fth:kocuni:1997/04

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    Keywords: PRODUCTION ; MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS;

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