Review of Related Studies and Literature

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CHAPTER II
Review of Related Studies and Literature
1. Related Foreign Literature
This contains a collection of foreign related literature that could compare the similarities and differences with the study. Title: Production Scheduling for Manufacturing Execution System Author: Steffen Lamparter

Lars Jordan
Date:September 2,2011
Today, first inter-organizational tracking & tracing systems facilitate timely identification and handling of disruptions along the supply chain. However, these systems typically operate at SCM and ERP level and therefore lack knowledge and control over production processes. This paper bridges the gap between logistics and production IT by proposing a novel architecture for coupling the manufacturing operations as defined in IEC 62264 with an EPCIS-compliant realtime tracking & tracing system. The system leverages logic-based complex event processing for detecting critical disruptions in the supply chain and initiates rescheduling of production. It is shown that in the presence of unexpected events the rescheduling algorithm minimizes delays and inventory costs while avoiding “nervous schedules” caused by frequent changes. As proof of concept a reference implementation of the architecture is realized within a discrete production line. II.Related Local Literature

This contains a collection of local related literature that could compare the similarities and differences with the study. Title:Computerized Scheduling System
Author: MHAYBEL CAMARTIN
MANILYN DEQUILLA
Date:January 27,2011
A computerized reservations and scheduling system is provided which alternately allows transportation consumers to select from pre-scheduled transportation services provided by transportation providers or to negotiate and contract with transportation providers who have available unscheduled transportation space. The system comprises a central computerized data base. Transportation providers and consumers...
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