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3242 2149 0658 48644 worker hours

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Unformatted text preview: ) + . . . + .06(5.8) = 4.8644 worker hours. Forecasts for demand for aggregate units can be obtained by taking a weighted average (using the same weights) of individual item forecasts. How to do the Aggregate Planning? Planning? Suppose that D1, D2, . . . , DT are the forecasts of Suppose are demand for aggregate units over the planning horizon (T periods.) The problem is to determine both work force levels (W t) and production levels (Pt ) to minimize total levels to costs over the T period planning horizon. costs The goal of aggregate planning is to determine aggregate production quantities and the level of resources required. (e.g. workforce level, number of units to be produced) units 4 Issues in Aggregate Planning Smoothing. Refers to the costs and disruptions that Smoothing. Refers result from...
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