backward scheduling

backward scheduling

the calculation of the time to manufacture or provide a service deducted from the agreed time for delivery This provides the start date for manufacture or service design. It requires a detailed knowledge of the time for each process of activity required. See PRODUCTION SCHEDULING.
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An Integer Linear Programming model is developed for the first decision, backward scheduling logic for the second decision in solution methodology 1 and forward scheduling logic for the second decision in solution methodology 2.
Keywords: Consumer electronics supply chain; Air transportation; Assembly manufacturing; Synchronization; Backward scheduling logic
In the proposed two solution methodologies, only the procedure for obtaining an efficient release control policy varies, and they are based on backward scheduling and forward scheduling respectively.
From the ATS, dough delivery is forward scheduled to ensure a constant supply, while backward scheduling from the ATS is needed to ensure that the mixing machines begin production in time to meet the production schedule.
The details of the foresight check is very similar to the key backward scheduling primitive that we have developed; backward-scheduling requires a repetition of a sequences of steps that is similar to the foresight check.
For instance, the classical critical path heuristic can be seen as backward scheduling while ignoring all resource constraints.
From the way the backward scheduling is performed, it must be the case that [Sigma](k) [is greater than or equal to] [d'.
Solomon IV Manufacturing Work Order includes easy-to-use graphical work order creation and inquiry, multiple production targets with redirection capabilities, work order advice/generation, purchase order advice/generation, forward and backward scheduling and unparalleled allocation flexibility.
We normally use backward scheduling on all jobs where lead time appears to be sufficient," Todd notes.
Krepchin Coming to terms with scheduling Here are a few of the terms used by scheduling professionals to describe what they do: Backward scheduling.
TYECIN'S Production Planners are backward scheduling systems which are driven by actual demand and constrained by dynamic capacity models.
The scheduling module provides forward and backward scheduling and production capacity planning for all production machines and secondary operations.

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