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IEOR 3402: Assignment 7 Hand in only if you did not attend the lecture introducing Littlefield Technologies . 1. Read Littlefield Technologies: Overview and answer the following questions. (a) Describe the three stations and four steps at Littlefield shop floor. (b) How many hours of simulated time corresponds to one hour of real time? (c) How can you change the number of machines? (d) How can you check your performance relative to other teams?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Read Capacity Management at Littlefield Technologies and answer the following questions. (a) How many (simulated) days does this exercise run? When is the first day you can change the factory? When is the last day you can change the factory? (b) What are the features of the factory that you can change? 1...
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