HW-5 Kanban Operation
1. What is production kanban(PK)?
Production kanban is a make signal that call the operator to start production.
What is withdrawal kanban (WK)?
Withdrawal kanban is a move signal that calls for refilling the raw material
What are t

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Linear Model Selection and
Regularization
Part II
1
LASSO (Least Absolute Shrinkage and Selection Operator) versus
Ridge Regression
2
LASSO versus Ridge Regression
3
LASSO versus Ridge Regression
4
LASSO versus Ridge Regression
Output is a function of 45

Review of Probability & Statistics
Living with (Im)probability
Probability Theory versus Calculus
Permutations & Combinations
Independence and Conditional probabilities
Random variables
Probability mass/density functions
Expectation/Mean
Variance/Standard

Principal Component Analysis
The Big Picture
1
What is it?
Projection of original data into a lower
dimensional space, while retaining as much of
the original data distribution (variances and
covariances) as possible
The first Principal Component (PC) i

Chapter 6
Model Selection
based on
Complexity and Sample Size
Samples versus Dimensions
Need n > d for unique solution
Many lines can pass through one point
Many planes can pass through two points
Need n > d to minimize overfitting
If n is small, d n

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9.10
420 minutes
a) t akt time= 250 units =1.68 minutes
total operation time
b) Number of employees=
takt time
( 1.1+1.1+1.7+3.1+1.0 ) minutes
=4.76=5
1.68 minutes
c) Cleaning operation warrants special consideration
9.12
a)
A
4min
C
6min
F
7min
D
5min
E

9.16
a)
b)
Station 1=ABC=1+3+2=6
Station 2=FG = 3+2 =5
Station 3=DE = 4+1 =5
Station 4=H = 5+0 =5
Station 5=IJ = 1+3 =4
c) Task time= 25 min, work stations=5, largest assigned cycle time=6min
efficiency=
25 mins
=83.33
(5 stations)( 6 mins)
d) Idle time=(

9) First station =
10 minutes
Second station = 2/12 minutes, 6minutes
Third station=
8 minutes
The first station is the bottleneck station because it is the slowest.
10) 60minutes/4=15 minutes
Machine A= 15 minutes + 15 minutes=30 minutes
Machine B= 15 mi

2)
A): 20 x 600 x $0.50= $6,000
12 x 1,800 x $0.50=$10,800
8 x 200 x $0.50= $800
6 x 400 x $0.50=$1,200
10 x 200 x $0.50=$1,000
4 x 1,800 x $0.50=$3,600
Cost = $23,400
B): 20 x 600 x $0.50= $6,000
8 x 1,800 x $0.50= $7,200
12 x 200 x $0.50=$1,200
10 x 400

7.1
Process at the local car wash
Customer
Approaches
entrance
Purchase/Dr
ive-in
car wash
Receives
car
selected and
drives in
Pause/move
Part A
Pause/move
Part B
Pause/move
Part C
Pause/move
Part D
Car Exits
Car is
rinsed
and
soap is
applie
d
Car is
mov

IM-605 LEAN MANUFACTURING
HW-3
Read Reading Materials 1, 5s and Visual System by HIS-3. Then answer the
questions below:
1. What is 5s?
It is method for organizing the workplace.
2. What are the functions of 5s which were defined by Greg Hart, the presid

IM-605 LEAN MANUFACTURING
HW-4
I. Read Reading Materials, Value Stream Mapping-Boeing. Then, answer the questions
below:
1. What is Value Stream Mapping?
Value streaming is a map that depicts all the actions both value added and
non-value added (internal

IM605 Innovation
Homework 1
1. What is lean manufacturing? Lean manufacturing is an approach to cut down on
unnecessary waste while continuously improving.
List 4 key points of the lean manufacturing.
Elimination of Waste
Remove Variability
Improve Thr

Lean Manufacturing
Homework 2 Assignment
1. Questions:
1) What are the seven types of waste?
1. Storage
2. Transportation
3. Waiting
4. Motion
5. Process
6. Defects
7. Over-production
2) What is pull production? Pull production begins when the customer or

WELCOME BACK TO THE BEST COURSE IN THE WORLD!
Organize yourselves into groups based on your month of birth. If there are more than 7 students in your group,
make yourself older or younger by moving to a smaller group (e.g., May is desperate for more birth

Problem
Will there be a pop quiz today?
Data
(Duration of delay) in entering class
Instructors bag (bulging/not bulging)
Instructor (has/does not have) wicked/impish smile on face
There (was/wasnt) a quiz last class
Nave Bayesian
Concepts
Calculate P(Pop

Just-in-time and Kanban
Push or Pull?
ch-5 JIT & Kanban
1
Just-in-time Philosophy
JIT manufacturing is defined as the elimination of all waste
and continuous improvement of productivity.
Waste means anything other than the minimum amount of
equipment, par

Introduction to Lean
Manufacturing
Lean Manufacturing
Definition
Lean has been defined in many different ways.
Lean has been defined in many different ways.
A systematic approach to identifying and
eliminating waste(non-value-added activities)
through con

Some Buzz Words in Lean
Manufacturing
Some lean terms
1
Value, Value-Added, and NonValue-Added
Value: A capability provided to a customer at the right
time at an appropriate price, as defined in each case by
the customer.
Value-added: Any activity that in

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