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Course Name
Turkish Üretimde Sıralama ve Çizelgeleme
English Sequencing and Scheduling in Manufacturing
Course Code
END 505 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Murat Baskak
Murat Baskak
Course Objectives This course, which will explain the details of the Production Programming subject described in the "Production Planning and Control" course in the Industrial Engineering undergraduate program, aims to explain all kinds of operations on the basis of mathematical method and algorithm, from determining the production routes of the manufacturing companies to the production of the work programs. In addition, it is desired to examine the recent developments, especially on job sequencing, at the level of articles.
Course Description Production Planning Functions, Work Routing, Work Loading (Gantt Chart, Linear Programming, Assignment Method, Index Method, Branch and Bound Algorithm, Job Sequencing (Gantt Chart, n Job-1 Machine State, Parallel Machines Usage, Static Problem in Job Sequencing (n Jobs-2 Machines, n Jobs-3 Machines and n Jobs-m Machines States), Dynamic Problems in Job Sequencing, Scheduling.
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Textbook "İmalat Sistemlerinde Çizelgeleme - Atama-Sıralama-Zamanlama", Emre Arslan, Seçkin Yayıncılık, 2018, ISBN-10: 9750245830
Other References 1. Quick Ressonse Manufacturing: A Companywide Approach to Reducing Lead Times, R. SURI, Portland, Or.: Productivity Press, 1998 (544 Pages)
2. Heuristic Scheduling Systems: With Applications to Production Systems and Project Management, T.E., Morfon and D.W. Pertica, New York: Wiley, 1993 (695 pages)
3. High-Mix-Low Volume Manufacturing, R.M. Mahoney, Upper Saddle River, N.J., Prentice Hall PTR, 1997 (222 pages)
4. Introduction to Sequencing and Schuduling, K.R. Baker, New York: Wiley, 1974 (305 pages)
 
 
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