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Computerguide 9: Production Control

A survey of the use of computers for production control in the UK Manufacturing Industries.

The book, which is aimed at production and DP management, highlights the main problem areas of developing, implementing and operating computer-aided, production control systems and serves as a guide to existing and potential users of such systems. In addition it examines criteria such as reductions in stock, reductions in queueing times, to establish whether or not relationships exist between those companies who have achieved some measurable benefits in these areas and their method of approach in applying computer systems to production control.

ISBN : 0-85012-085-3

Publisher : NCC Publications

Author : P. E. Hall, G. K. Holden and A. H. Green

Format : Paperback

-P. E. Hall, G. K. Holden and A. H. Green-

 

 

 

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH54787. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 
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