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Resource Allocation in Free-Choice Multiple Reentrant Manufacturing Systems Based on Machine-Job Incidence Matrix

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3 Author(s)
Sindičić, I. ; ABB, Zagreb, Croatia ; Bogdan, S. ; Petrovic, T.

In this paper, we introduce machine-job incidence (MJI) matrix that can be obtained from Steward sequencing matrix and Kusiak machine-part incidence matrix. Methods for determination of structural properties of free-choice multiple reentrant systems (FMRF) are proposed and an explanation on how the content (number of active jobs) of those structures can be controlled. This paper gives a new method on how to determine if allocation of resources, in a form of repeatable sequences, gives stable system behavior. Although efficiency of the proposed methods have been demonstrated on examples involving manufacturing workcells, the method can be used for other discrete-event systems as well, as long as the system under study belongs to FMRF class.

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Industrial Informatics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2011

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