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A new multi-objective heuristic algorithm for solving the stochastic assembly line re-balancing problem

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  • Gamberini, Rita
  • Grassi, Andrea
  • Rimini, Bianca

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  • Gamberini, Rita & Grassi, Andrea & Rimini, Bianca, 2006. "A new multi-objective heuristic algorithm for solving the stochastic assembly line re-balancing problem," International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier, vol. 102(2), pages 226-243, August.
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