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IELM_assignment_6_comment - IELM 202, Assignment #6 Comment...

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IELM 202, Assignment #6 Comment Q. 1 The question is similar to the example in the lecture note. Most of you can handle the questions. Q 2. I provided a lot of hints to you in order to make you understand how to do so. Some students considered a lot of combinations for the production planning; however, most of the options never gave you optimal solution. You did not need to consider the options for the dynamic programming formulation. The examples are as below: Some students considered partial production for the demand of month 3 in month 1 and month 2. Why did we not operate the factory in month 2 for all of the demand in month 3 to save the inventory cost? Some students considered that the factory was operated in month 2 for the demand of month 2 and 4. This implied that the factory was operated in month 3 for the demand in month 3. Why did we not operate the factory in month 3 all of production for the demand of month 4 to save the inventory cost? When the factory was operated in month 1 for the demand of month 3, why did we not operate the factory
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2011 for the course IELM IELM202 taught by Professor D during the Fall '10 term at HKUST.

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IELM_assignment_6_comment - IELM 202, Assignment #6 Comment...

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