Christian A. Ullrich investigates the optimization potential of integrated supply chain scheduling approaches. Considering a company-internal supply chain, the authoŕs first research question is whether the results of integrating machine scheduling and vehicle routing are significantly better than those of classic decomposition approaches which break down the overall problem and solve the subproblems successively. The scope is then broadened to include the machine and transportation scheduling problems of two and more companies at consecutive supply chain stages. The last part of this dissertation addresses supply chain contracting issues.
|Publisher:||Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden|
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Table of ContentsIntegrated machine scheduling and vehicle routing.-Multiple-stage transportation and production scheduling.-R&D investment sharing contracts.