ISBN-10:
0792386051
ISBN-13:
9780792386056
Pub. Date:
08/31/1999
Publisher:
Springer US
Global Production Management: IFIP WG5.7 International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems September 6-10, 1999, Berlin, Germany / Edition 1

Global Production Management: IFIP WG5.7 International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems September 6-10, 1999, Berlin, Germany / Edition 1

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Overview

Containing case studies and research findings, this book deals with methods and tools suitable for designing, managing, and controlling processes within the supply chain. The authors are leading experts within the international community in the field of production management.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780792386056
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 08/31/1999
Series: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology , #24
Edition description: 1999
Pages: 584
Sales rank: 258,925
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.36(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Process Oriented, Performance Headed Strategy; N. Acur, U. Bititci. Flexible job control in heterogeneous production structures; D. Ansorge, C. Effert. Communication Network System for CAD of Functional Decomposition; E. Arai, et al. A hierarchical model of distributed simulation of manufacturing systems; B.R. Babic, G.D. Putnik. Short term production management in the context of cyclic delivery schedules; Z. Bahroun, et al. Floating beds - a flexible bed-management-system in a Swiss acute hospital; N.S. Baschung, et al. The information de-coupling point; A.J.M. Beulens, et al. Dynamics of performance measurement systems; U.S. Bititci, et al. Flexible coordination and information sharing for virtual enterprises in PRODNET; L.M. Camarinha-Matos, H. Afsarmanesh. Partners search and quality-related information exchange in a virtual enterprise; L.M. Camarinha-Matos, et al. Project management interactive learning and project oriented learning organizations; J.L. Cano, et al. ECAS: a collaborative multi-agent system for mixed-model assembly lines programming; M. Caridi. Trends in planning and control systems: APS - ERP integration; M. Caridi, A. Sianesi. Clusters - the basis of competition; A.S. Carrie. Assessing the performances of a market-like model through an experimental comparison with dispatching rules; S. Cavalieri, et al. Integratied electronic commerce: an international laboratory for business-to-business integration; P.K. Chang, et al. Systems innovation tools; K. Cormican, D. O'Sullivan Management and optimization of multiple supply chains; J. Dorn. A neural network approach to dynamic job shop scheduling; T. Eguchi, et al. Supply chain management by using the electronic assistant; J. Eschenbächer, E. Cocquebert. A modelling formalism for distributed manufacturing simulator; S. Fujii, et al. Statechart and automatons in the supervisory robust control; S. Hadji, J. Favrel. Interorganizational Patterns in collaboration – implications for Danish manufacturing industry; M.W. Hansen, C. Møller. Knowledge management in Europa – results from a European survey; P. Heisig, K. Mertins. The development of a method for integration between different types of simulators; H. Hibino, et al. New generation of information system for the extended enterprise; R. Hieber, R. Alard. Performance measurement for planning and control in SMEs; M. Hudson, et al. A reactive self-organised scheduling based on multi-agent paradigm; T. Kaihara, et al. A quality function deployment model of best practices in customer-supplier relationships; A.K. Kochhar, M.K. Saeed. Performance management; O. Krause, K. Mertins. The re-configurable enterprise – dynamic behaviour in manufacturing systems; H. Kühnle, D. Markfort. CODA – Communication diagnosis; H. Kühnle, S. Mertens. Challenge information logistics in decentralised structures; H. Kühnle, K.-H. Sternemann. Tool for the evaluation of cooperations for product development between SMEs; H. Kühnle, G. Wagenhaus. Supply chain management with a strategic modelling and simulation tool for virtual supplies; H. Laurikkala, E. Pajarre. How can simulation help in supply chain development?; J.-M. Lehtonen, J. Holmström. Concepts & tools for manufacturing planning, control and performance management; H. Lengning. Integration of modeling and simulation of a production system using generalised shastic petri nets; V.I.N. Leopoulos, et al. Development of planning and scheduling reference models using the aris method & toolset; D. Little, et al. Applying data mining to data analysis in manufacturing; H. Maki, et al. How to approach and implement strategic outsourcing programme in a global context – case study of Danish industrial enterprise; J. Momme, H.H. Hvolby. IT tools for communication in multi-site manufacturing firms; J. Olhager, M. Jessen. Concept of an integrated decision-making support and assessment system; J. Petermann, S. Wirth. Improving product development: Towards a fromework for integrating artefact and process models; M. Ranta, et al. The learning curve revisited. A study in four companies; B.O. Rorsted. Workflow management: enabling process integration in production management; M. Rosemann, et al. Simulation in material flow design; J.P. Saranen. Process configuration – combining the principles of product configuration and process planning; K. Schierholt. Configuration of virtual value chains; K. Schliffenbacher, et al. Varying concepts of planning and control in dependency upon characteristic features of logistics, branches and IT-support; P. Schönsleben. Chaos detection and control in production systems; B. Scholz-Reiter, M. Freitag. Knowledge management to achieve the zero-error-goal in small batch assembly; G. Seliger, M. Thie. Competitive production networks through software-based reengineering and added value networks; W. Sihn, et al. Knowledge management in global product development: cultural and technological differences; R. Smeds, et al. Formal description technique SDL for manufacturing systems specification and description; R.M. Sousa, G.D. Putnik. Context sensitive provision of enterprise information with a hypermedia based open system architecture; D. Spath, K.-H. Sternemann. Object-oriented simulation of real-time scheduling in holonic manufacturing systems; N. Sugimura, et al. Procurement of information technology as an integral part of business process improvement; H. Sundmaeker. A simulation engine to support production scheduling using genetics-based machine learning; H. Tamaki, et al. Multiobjective combinatorial optimization for performance evaluation by a metaheuristic satisficing tradeoff method; H. Tamura, et al. Business process assessment using discrete simulation; I.P. Tasiopoulos, et al. Ensuring innovation competence in companies in emerging markets through the introduction of new quality methods; M. Thie, et al. Evaluation of three methods for supply chain modelling; J.H. Trienekens, H.H. Hvolby. Eliminating hurdles to trust in electronic commerce; R.J. van den Berg, J.M. van Lieshout. Experimental comparison of control architectures; J.M. van de Mortel-Fronczak, et al. Servitization in the automotive sector: creating value and competitive advantage through service after sales; S. Verstrepen, et al. Management of distributed capacities in variable production networks; H.-P. Wiendahl, et al. An object-oriented assembly modeling approach; Y. Yue, et al. A simulation based approach for analysing benefits of workflow system integration in customer order processing; G. Zülch, O. Strate. Index of contributors. Keyword index.

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