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Optimisation d'un réseau de production et de distribution

Abstract : The work presented in this thesis, inspired by a real industrial problem, deals with the coordination between production and distribution in a multisite, multiproduct and multiperiod environment. After the presentation of this industrial problem, the first part of the thesis is interested in the production stage and studies parallel machines scheduling problems. In this part, we first introduce the scheduling problems, then we present a survey on parallel machines scheduling. Next, we propose resolution methods for unrelated parallel machines scheduling problems with sequence dependent changeover times between jobs. The second part of the thesis is interested in a global view of the industrial division and in particular in the multisite aspects and problems linked to the coordination. After a review of recent works in this area, we propose a spatial decomposition to divide the global problem into several smaller subproblems that are easier to solve. Finally, the last chapter details a real industrial problem and gives performances and limits of such models in the context of our solution approach.
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Clarisse Flipo-Dhaenens. Optimisation d'un réseau de production et de distribution. Modélisation et simulation. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 1998. Français. ⟨tel-00004887⟩



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