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Korean Management Science Review
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Volume 4 - Dec 1987
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FMS : Current status and prospect
Korean Management Science Review, volume 4, 1987, Pages 12~41
FMS has received a great deal of attention in the past two decades as a possible breakthrough for the new technologies in manufacturing. Some people say that the era of FMS has just begun. We have seen the potential benefits of FMS to the manufacturing industries. But it seems that FMS has generated a large number of problems to solve. The objective of this paper is to provide a groundwork for researches in the area of FMS by discussing the current status and prospect. The current status of installations and operations of FMS worldwide is reviewed. U.S.A., Japan, Western Europe, U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe, and domestic status are discussed briefly. The current status of researches that are related to the FMS is also reviewed. Lastly, the prospect of hardware and software is discussed.
FMS 투자 타당성 검토 기법에 대한 고찰
Korean Management Science Review, volume 4, 1987, Pages 42~53
FMS도입을 위한 표준화체계
Korean Management Science Review, volume 4, 1987, Pages 54~59
FMS is recognized as a useful approach to meet with multi-product small-lot-sized production system Large-scaled investment is needed for installing FMS ; full-discussed systematic prefeasibility analysis and preparation study are necessary for successful installation and running the system. Standardization study is one area of the preparation processes ; especially, standardized production strategy is the core in this area. Conceptual framework and case analysis for the standardization process in relation to FMS installation are suggested in this paper. Case analysis is focused in machinary industry.
FMS의 분석을 위한 대기 네트웍의 모형들에 관하여
Korean Management Science Review, volume 4, 1987, Pages 60~75
This paper introduces the outlines of the state-of-the-art in studying FMSs using analytical queueing network models. These include Jackson networks, reversible networks and approximate models of non-product-form networks. the focus is on identifying the major features of models as they relate to the operational characteristics of FMSs. Prescriptive models concerning the optimal design and/or operational control of FMS networks are also discussed. We notice that the presentation of materials in this paper basically follows Yao and Buzacott, On Queueing Network Models of Flexible Manufacturing Systems(FMSs), invited and published on Queueing Systems, Theory and Application 1(1986). For other analytical models of FMSs, refer to Buzacott and Yao, Flexible Manufacturing Systems : A Review of Analytical Models, Management Science 32, No.7(1986).
Machine-part group formation for FMS planning and operation
Korean Management Science Review, volume 4, 1987, Pages 76~83
The machine-part group formation(MPGF) problem arises frequently in FMS planning. By viewing the problem as one of finding good assignments, a powerful solution algorithm is presented. The new algorithm solves the threshold dilemma found in previous solution procedures employing similarity coefficients. It also compared favorably with other existing MPGF algorithms by finding minimum exceptional elements for the tested problems. Furthermore the new algorithm can solve dynamic and more realistic MPGF problems by considering production volumes or costs. Such diverse machine-part relationship values were not considered in previous MPGF studies, which included only 0,1 incidence values. An example problem is solved where production volumes are the elements of MPGF incidence matrix.
A study on the methodology of management science affected by new science
Korean Management Science Review, volume 4, 1987, Pages 84~98
After a brief discussion of the reality of OR/MS, a detailed examination is made of the impacts of academic OR/MS on its practice. These impacts include the dispersion of OR/MS in organizations, the traditional role of OR/MS, researchers, and the narrow interpretation of decision making process of current OR/MS, and the dissolution of its interdiciplinarity. The changes in OR/MS environment which should have evoked adaptive responses from it, but were not considered. The increasing inappropriateness of OR/MS methodology is discussed by focusing on the deficiencies of its concept and practice of optimization and academic role of OR/MS researchers. These deficiencies, it is argued, can be overcome by a comprehensive reconceptualization of the field, its methodology, the extended role of OR/MS researchers. Finally, the example of realizing New Paradigm, the Full Corporate Modelling with Simulation, is presented.
관광 버스 배차 계획 Software(TBS) 기본설계
Korean Management Science Review, volume 4, 1987, Pages 99~108