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Waren, The Evolution of Texaco s Blending Systems From OMEGA to StarBlend, Interfaces , 25 5, pp.


Waren, The Evolution of Texaco s Blending Systems From OMEGA to StarBlend, Interfaces , 25 5, pp.
Waren, The Evolution of Texaco s Blending Systems From OMEGA to StarBlend, Interfaces , 25 5, pp.
Davis, Scheduling a Flexible Manufacturing System with Tooling Constraints An Actual Case Study, Interfaces , 25 2, pp.
Subramanian, R.
Quillinan, D.
Marsten, Coldstart Fleet Assignment at Delta Air Lines, , Interfaces , 24 1, pp.
104-120, 1994.Fassilia
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Waren, The Evolution of Texaco s Blending Systems From OMEGA to StarBlend, Interfaces , 25 5, pp.

is a tool that can do a great deal to improve productivity.
is a tool that can do a great deal to improve productivity.
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is neither esoteric nor impractical, and the interested I.
is urged to study this topic further for its techniques as well as its applications; the potential rewards can be enormous.
Raar, IMPReSS An Automated Production-Planning and Delivery-Quotation System at Harris Corporation - Semiconductor Sector, Interfaces , 26 1, pp.
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Using SEMS, a branch manager could thus autonomously decide on strategies for further improving service.
Using SEMS, a branch manager could thus autonomously decide on strategies for further improving service.
The system was gradually rolled out to all of KeyCorp s branches and the results were very impressive.
For example, on average, customer processing times were reduced by 53 and customer wait times dropped significantly with only four percent of customers waiting more than five minutes.
The resulting savings over a five year period were estimated at 98 million.
This chapter provides an overview of operations research, its origins, its approach to solving problems, and some examples of successful applications.
From the standpoint of an industrial engineer, O.Fassilia
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Using the performance capture system, KeyCorp was then able to identify strategies for reducing various components of th
Using the performance capture system, KeyCorp was then able to identify strategies for reducing various components of the service times.
Some of these involved upgrades in technology while others focused on procedural enhancements, and the result was a 27 reduction in transaction processing time.
Once the operating environment was stabilized, KeyCorp introduced the two major components of SEMS to help branch managers improve productivity.
The first, a Teller Productivity system, provided the manager with summary statistics and reports to help with staffing, scheduling and identifying tellers who required further training.
The second, a Customer Wait Time system, provided information on customer waiting times by branch, by time of day and by half-hour intervals at each branch.
This system used concepts from statistics and queuing theory to develop algorithms for generating the required information.Fassilia
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The financial benefits from this project were tremendous; for example, according to Delta the savings during the period
The financial benefits from this project were tremendous; for example, according to Delta the savings during the period from June 1 to August 31, 1993 were estimated at about 220,000 per day over the old schedule.
The first step was the development of a computerized system to capture data on performance.
The system captured the beginning and ending time of all components of a teller transaction including host response time, network response time, teller controlled time, customer controlled time and branch hardware time.
The data gathered could then be analyzed to identify areas for improvement.
Queuing theory was used to determine staffing needs for a prespecified level of service.
This analysis yielded a required increase in staffing that was infeasible from a cost standpoint, and therefore an estimate was made of the reductions in processing times that would be required to meet the service objective with the maximum staffing levels that were feasible.Fassilia
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