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Spring 2015
Due: Feb. 24, 2015
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IE 383HW #6
Fall 2015
Due: Oct. 6, 2014
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page submitted for the assignment. Homework must be legible. SHOW ALL YOUR WO
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IE 383HW #4
Spring 2015
Due: Feb. 10, 2015
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IE 383HW #2
Spring 2015
Due: Jan. 27, 2015
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IE 383HW #2
Spring 2015
Due: Jan. 27, 2015
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IE 383HW #6
Spring 2015
Due: Feb. 24, 2015
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IE 383HW #4
Spring 2015
Due: Feb. 10, 2015
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IE383 Spring 2005
1
Review for Final Exam
You should bring a calculator to the exam!
Final exam is comprehensive. It consists of three sections:
Section 1: the topics that were covered in Exam1 (50 points)
Section 2: the topics that were covered in Exam
IE 383
Fall 2004
INVENTORY MODELS
Model 3. The EPQ (ECONOMIC PRODUCTION QUANTITY MODEL)
In EOQ, the assumption is that the items are obtained from the outside supplier.
When we receive our order, the inventory increases immediately by Q* units. Now
suppos
IE 383
Assignment 2 solution
Some steps are omitted, but you should show your steps in your homework
solutions.
Problem 1
All values are in thousand. Pay attention they are costs not profits.
Approach A
Approach B
Approach C
Approach D
Max
Min
Good
season
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IE 383HW #8
Spring 2016
You dont need to submit this homework
Keep two decimal points for all inter-stage calculations and final answers when necessary.
Problem 1
Purdue Company is the distributor of a uni
Problem 1
Flow Matrix
A
B
A
0
B
21
C
18
D
14
Flow from large to small
AB
AC
BC
21
18
1st largest and closest
AB
3-4
A=4
B=3
C=2
Heuristic Solution
A
C
21
0
16
8
D
18
16
0
10
14
8
10
0
AD
16
CD
BD
14
10
2nd largest and closest
AC
2-4
B
4
C
3
8
D
2
1
1b
F*D
Decision Making With Probabilities:
The Expected Value Criterion:
It is possible to obtain probability estimates for each state of nature in decision-making
situations. We use the expected value criterion (used in Statistics) to identify the best
decision
IE383 Spring 2005
02/25/2005
AGGREGATE PLANNING
Chapter 9
What is aggregate planning and why is aggregate planning
Cost in aggregate planning
Inventory constraints and forecast demands
Methods for aggregate planning
Hierarchy of production planning decisi
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IE 383HW #5
Fall 2015
You dont need to submit this homework
Keep two decimal points for all inter-stage calculations and final answers when necessary.
Problem 1
Determine the line yield of the following sy
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IE 383HW #9
Fall 2015
You dont need to submit this homework
Keep two decimal points for all inter-stage calculations and final answers when necessary.
Problem 1
Purdue Company is the distributor of a uniqu
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IE 383HW #8
Fall 2015
Due: Oct. 27, 2015
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IE 383HW #7
Fall 2015
Due: Oct. 20, 2015
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IE 383HW #4
Fall 2015
Due: Sep. 22, 2015
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IE 383HW #5
Fall 2015
You dont need to submit this homework
Keep two decimal points for all inter-stage calculations and final answers when necessary.
Problem 1
Determine the line yield of the following sy
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IE 383HW #2
Fall 2015
Due: Sep. 8, 2015
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IE 383HW #3
Fall 2015
Due: Sep. 15, 2015
Instructions for completing the homework assignment: Write your name on the top of each
page submitted for the assignment. Homework must be legible. SHOW ALL YOUR
Problem 1
Listed below are the jobs processing time their respective due date.
Job
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Processing Time
5
2
7
10
4
8
3
3
6
Due Date
15
44
28
20
8
32
4
37
45
1. Assuming that all jobs arrive at time 0, determine a job sequence, mean flow time,
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School of Industrial Engineering
IE 383: Integrated Production Systems
Midterm I
September 29, 2005
NAME
1. Do not open the exam until you are asked to do so!
2. Make sure your writing is legible and pen is NOT
allowed.
3. Do attempt a
IE 383
Fall 2005
SELECTING A TIME SERIES METHOD
The focus of this class is timer series methods. An important step in selecting an
appropriate time series method is to consider the type of data patters, so that the
method most appropriate to these patters