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Macro model development as a bridge between factory level simulation and LP enterprise systems

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The representation of a factory-level capacity model and an enterprise-level model have traditionally been incompatible. The goal of this study is to resolve the incompatibility problem. Factory systems contain detailed data striving to accurately predict facility capabilities. Enterprise optimization systems prefer an aggregation of data, representing key bottleneck resources throughout a corporation. The focus on key resources reduces modeling complexity and subsequently reduces the problem solving cycle. This study attempts to build a bridge between the capabilities of a factory simulation-based capacity planning software tool, ManSim(R)/X, and an enterprise optimization system, TEOS TM (TYECIN Enterprise Optimization System), both from TYECIN Systems Inc. The project involves studying the predecessor of TEOS (IMPReSS 2.0) at Harris Semiconductor in Findlay, Ohio

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Electronics Manufacturing Technology Symposium, 1997., Twenty-First IEEE/CPMT International

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13-15 Oct 1997