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A methodology for integrating production scheduling, maintenance planning and quality control of manufacturing systems
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Traditionally, production scheduling, maintenance planning and quality control are done independently even though there exists an inherent link between them. The main objective of the talk will be to present a methodology for integrating these three for multi product manufacturing systems. A case study will be presented to demonstrate the applicability of the methodology.
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