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Proceedings of the 31st conference on Winter simulation Simulation---a bridge to the future - WSC '99
The Linear Move and Exchange Move Optimization (LEO) is an algorithm based on a simulated annealing algorithm (SA), a relatively recent algorithm for solving hard combinatorial optimization problems. The LEO algorithm was successfully applied to a facility layout problem, a scheduling problem and a line balancing problem. In this paper we will try to apply the LEO algorithm to the problem of optimizing a manufacturing simulation model, based on a Steelworks Plant. This paper also demonstratesdoi:10.1145/324138.324505 fatcat:bj4ceikdonduhgwder6u3bowhi