Human Performance in Planning and Scheduling

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Key Word Index
This key word index has been compiled by the editors. The page numbers refer to the first page of the relevant chapter.
a
Advanced Planning and Scheduling (APS) 15

b
Business process re-engineering (BPR) 451

c
Classifications and taxonomies 3, 15, 45, 165, 201, 311, 339
Communication 67, 83, 135, 217, 231, 245, 281, 311, 339, 411, 451
Complexity 3, 15, 45, 67, 135, 179, 201, 217, 245, 311, 339, 355, 383, 383, 451
Costs 3, 15, 45, 135, 179, 201, 217, 231, 281, 311, 355, 411

d
Data and information issues in planning and scheduling
accessibility 15, 311
accuracy, checking, reliability, verification 15, 45, 67, 83, 135, 217, 311, 451
dynamic, real time 45, 67, 135, 165, 201, 231, 311, 451
flow and feedback 45, 135, 179, 311, 339, 383, 411
gathering, searching for, recording 15, 67, 135, 201, 217, 231, 311, 451
managing, processing, using 15, 45, 67, 83, 135, 165, 231, 245, 281
object-oriented 45, 231, 245
systems 3, 15, 45, 83, 135, 165, 179, 231, 245, 311, 383
types of data and information used 15, 45, 67, 83, 135, 165, 217, 231, 245, 281, 311, 339, 383, 411
Decision-making
aiding 15, 45, 165, 245
automated 15, 245
behaviour 15, 83, 135, 245
centralised, de-centralised, distributed, devolved 3, 45, 67, 83, 135, 165, 179, 245, 339, 383, 411
factors affecting 15, 67, 135, 165, 179, 383
human 3, 15, 45, 67, 135, 165, 179, 245, 281, 383
methods to study 15, 135
types of, nature of 15, 45, 67, 105, 135, 165, 179, 245, 281, 383
Decision Support Systems (DSS)
description of, design of 15, 45, 135, 165, 179, 201, 217, 231, 245, 281, 383
knowledge-based systems 15, 165, 201
knowledge acquisition, elicitation 15, 45, 135, 201, 217
Demand and demand management 3, 15, 45, 135, 201, 245, 281, 311, 383
order fulfillment processes 3, 15, 67, 83, 135, 165, 179, 201, 231, 339, 355, 383
Disturbances, events, exceptions, interruptions
general 15, 67, 83, 105, 135, 165, 179, 201, 231, 245, 311, 339, 411, 451
recovery from, managing, trouble-shooting 15, 45, 83, 135, 165, 201, 217, 411, 451

e
Enterprise Resource Systems (ERP) 3, 15, 45, 201, 231, 411, 451
Expertise, knowledge and skills 3, 15, 45, 83, 135, 165, 179, 217, 217, 231, 245, 281, 311, 383

f
Forecasting, prediction 83, 135, 165, 217, 231, 245, 281, 311, 339, 355

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