Production Scheduling and Control

Proceedings of a Joint Air Force-RAND Symposium

by Richard L. Van Horn, Allen S. Ginsberg

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Proceedings of the joint Air Force-RAND Depot Scheduling and Control Conference, December 1964. Representatives from the Air Force, RAND, universities, and industry participated. The conference had three objectives: (1) to acquaint research, educational, and industrial institutions with Air Force problems; (2) to provide the Air Force with useful ideas and techniques for the control system now under design; and (3) to point up areas deserving additional research. (See also RM-3789, RM-4072, RM-4077, RM-4393, RM-4460.)

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