Ik University Industrial Engineering Department
IE301 Operations Research I Fall 2016
Homework #1
due on Monday, Oct 17th by 9am for IE301-L.02 at D/K-503 (to Zeynep)
due on Friday, Oct 21th by 3pm for IE301-L.01 at D/K-103 (to Zeynep)
Question 1: You are
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Introduction to Linear Programming
based on
Operations Research: Applications & Algorithms,
4th edition, by Wayne L. Winston
Chapter 3
IE301 Operations Research I Spring 2016
Introduction to LP 1
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Introduction
Linear Programming is a tool for s
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The Simplex Algorithm and Goal
Programming
(PART I)
based on
Operations Research: Applications & Algorithms,
4th edition, by Wayne L. Winston
Chapter 4
Sections 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 4.8
IE301 Operations Research I Spring 2016
Simplex I
Ik University Industrial Engineering Department
IE301 Operations Research I 2016 Spring
Homework #1
due on Thursday, February 25th by 3pm (to Duygu)
Question 1: Alden Enterprises produces two products. Each product can be produced on either machine A or
M
Ik University Industrial Engineering Department
IE301 Operations Research I 2016 Spring
Homework #3
due on Thursday, Mar 10th by 3 pm (to Zeynep Duygu)
Question 1
Consider the following matrix:
1 0 1
4 1 2
3 1 1
a) Find 1 for the matrix using Gauss-Jordan
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Chapter 3
Introduction to Linear Programming
(Mathematical Modeling)
based on examples in
Operations Research: Applications & Algorithms,
4th edition, by Wayne L. Winston
Chapter 3.4-12
(Example numbers corresponds to the same numbers in the book)
I
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Basic Linear Algebra
based on
Operations Research: Applications & Algorithms
4th edition, by Wayne L. Winston
Chapter 2
IE301 Operations Research I Spring 2016
Linear Algebra Review 1
Chapter 2 - Learning Objectives
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Describe matrices and vect
QUALITY PLANNING
&
CONTROL
IE334
Textbook
Introduction
Introduction to Statistical Quality Control
Douglas C. Montgomery
John Wiley 7th edition
Supplementary
Supplementary texts available in library
1
Goal
Understand
Understand the underlying reasons for
Chapter 1
Introduction to Production
Planning and Control
Definition
Production control is the function of directing or
is
regulating orderly movement of goods through the entire
manufacturing cycle from the requisitioning of raw
materials to the delivery
Production
Production and Service
Operations Planning
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IE312
Textbook
Textbook
Production
Production and Operations Analysis 6th edition by
Nahmias S. C., McGraw-Hill, 2009
McGraw2009
(5th edition is on reserve. Problem settings do not differ)
reserve.
Chapter 7
Push
Push and Pull
Production Control Systems
Production
(MRP and JIT)
Basic Definitions
MRP. (Materials Requirements Planning). MRP is the
MRP. (Materials
basic process of translating a production schedule for an
end product (MPS or Master Prod
Chapter 5
Inventory Control
subject to
Uncertain Demand
The Nature of Uncertainty
Suppose
Suppose that we represent demand as
D = Ddeterministic + Drandom
If
If the random component is small compared to the
deterministic component, the models of chapter 4
Chapter 6
Supply Chain Management
What is Supply Chain Management?
Supply Chain management deals with the control of
materials, information, and financial flows in a network
consisting of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and
customers.
customers.
C
Chapter
Chapter 4
Inventory Control
Effect of Inventory
Keeping an inventory(stock of goods) for future sale is a
common businness task.
common
Inventory costs account for a large part of firms capitol
investment.
investment.
Raw materials, components, wo
Chapter 2
Forecasting
What is a forecast?
My concern is with the future since I plan to spend the
My
rest of my life there
rest
Charles F. Kettering
Forecasting is the prediction of future trends by using
Forecasting
subjective and objective methods.
subj
Chapter 3
Aggregate Planning
What is Aggregate Planning?
Aggregate Planning, (macro production planning)
addresses the problem of deciding how many employees
the firm should retain and, for a manufacturing firm, the
quantity and the mix of products to be