1st Edition

Introduction to Mathematical Models in Operations Planning

By Halit Alper Tayalı Copyright 2024
    122 Pages 16 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    Discover the intricate nature of a company's production function and the comprehensive principles of planning operations in this book. Through practical applications and enriched by numerical examples, readers gain essential knowledge of elementary mathematical methods in operations planning. The inclusion of the powerful R programming language, accompanied by code scripts and real-world examples, enhances the learning experience. Blending theory with practice, this resource equips readers with the tools necessary to optimize production systems, make informed decisions, and gain a competitive edge in today's dynamic business landscape.


    CHAPTER 1: Introduction

    CHAPTER 2: Operations planning

    CHAPTER 3: Manufacturing processes

    CHAPTER 4: Facility layout and line balancing

    CHAPTER 5: Project scheduling

    CHAPTER 6: Work center scheduling

    CHAPTER 7: Linear programming in operations planning

    CHAPTER 8: Aggregate operations planning



    Halit Alper Tayalı is an assistant professor of business with expertise in enhancing productivity and efficiency. As a co-editor of Istanbul Business Research, an ESCI-indexed journal, his commitment to advancing research and knowledge in the field is evident. With a solid academic background, including studies at Istanbul American Robert College, Koç University, and ESC Rennes, he has practical experience through involvement in his family business. His entrepreneurial spirit led him to co-found a software development startup with support from the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Türkiye, highlighting his dedication to innovation and practical applications. As his academic journey continues at Istanbul University, he empowers individuals in the realm of production planning and beyond, driving progress and excellence.