Jeffrey W. Herrmann
Department of Mechanical Engineering and Institute for Systems Research
University of Maryland
Production scheduling is an important decision-making process that has embraced technology as computers and information systems became cheaper and easier to use. The history of production scheduling is not one of replacing human decision-makers with algorithms, however. This paper provides a historical perspective on the decision support tools that have been developed to improve production scheduling.
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