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Improving the cost model development procedure.
This paper describes current results and findings from an investigation whose principal aim is to improve the cost model development process, i.e. the speed and effectiveness with which cost models are developed and applied. ...
A framework for operational planning of multi-component flexible manpower lines.
(Queens University, Belfast, 2002)
Design and development of material and information flow for supply chaıns using genetic cellular networks.
(Dogus University, 2002)
In a recent paper by authors (Ziarati and Ucan, January 2001) a Back Propagation-Artificial Neural Network (BP-ANN) was adapted for predicting the required car parts quantities in a real and major auto parts supplier chain. ...
A review of the cost model development process.
(Sheffield Hallam University, 2004)
This paper examines the stages of the cost model development process which are shared by the many state-of-the-art techniques and processes, used to facilitate cost estimation within the manufacturing engineering environment. ...
End-of-life re-manufacturing using process sequence cell layouts.
(3rd International Conference on Manufacturing Research, 2005)
Process cost modelling using neural networks.
(Taylor and Francis Ltd, 2000)
One method of establishing cost-estimating relationships (CERs) that appears to offer advantages is that of neural networks as they are 'model-free estimators', hence providing key advantages over traditional techniques, ...
Genetic cellular neural network applications for prediction purposes in industry.
(Istanbul University, 2003)