The Resource A variation of the generalized assignment problem arising in the New Zealand dairy industry, L.R. Foulds, J.M. Wilson

A variation of the generalized assignment problem arising in the New Zealand dairy industry, L.R. Foulds, J.M. Wilson

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A variation of the generalized assignment problem arising in the New Zealand dairy industry
Title
A variation of the generalized assignment problem arising in the New Zealand dairy industry
Statement of responsibility
L.R. Foulds, J.M. Wilson
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
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1948-
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Foulds, L. R.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Wilson, J. M
  • University of Waikato
Series statement
Research report series,
Series volume
1995-3
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  • Milk
  • Production scheduling
  • Dairying
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A variation of the generalized assignment problem arising in the New Zealand dairy industry, L.R. Foulds, J.M. Wilson
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Publication
Note
  • "June 1995."
  • "Within the New Zealand dairy industry milk is collected from farms by road tanker vehicle and delivered to the factories of a dairy company for processing. Before the tankers can be scheduled to pick up the milk each company must decide to which factory the output of each of its client farms is to be sent. We present a mathematical model of this allocation problem and the solution procedures for it."--Abstract
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 18)
Control code
zbn96077011
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
18 leaves
System control number
(nzNZBN)9168013
Label
A variation of the generalized assignment problem arising in the New Zealand dairy industry, L.R. Foulds, J.M. Wilson
Publication
Note
  • "June 1995."
  • "Within the New Zealand dairy industry milk is collected from farms by road tanker vehicle and delivered to the factories of a dairy company for processing. Before the tankers can be scheduled to pick up the milk each company must decide to which factory the output of each of its client farms is to be sent. We present a mathematical model of this allocation problem and the solution procedures for it."--Abstract
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 18)
Control code
zbn96077011
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
18 leaves
System control number
(nzNZBN)9168013

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