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Simple Assembly Line Balancing Problem Type 2 By Variable Neighborhood Strategy Adaptive Search: A Case Study Garment Industry
Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity
This article aims to minimize cycle time for a simple assembly line balancing problem type 2 by presenting a variable neighborhood strategy adaptive search method (VaNSAS) in a case study of the garment industry considering the number and types of machines used in each workstation in a simple assembly line balancing problem type 2 (SALBP-2M). The variable neighborhood strategy adaptive search method (VaNSAS) is a new method that includes five main steps, which are (1) generate a set of tracks,doi:10.3390/joitmc6010021 fatcat:5m5gxeqt2nejhi5oxibxognhby