2018 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to the modeling and analysis of manufacturing systems and supply chains.
Stephen C. Graves spends much of his time researching Operations research, Operations management, Supply chain, Service management and Scheduling. His Operations research research integrates issues from Spare part, Flow shop scheduling, Safety stock and Production control. Stephen C. Graves works mostly in the field of Production control, limiting it down to concerns involving Capacity planning and, occasionally, Flexibility, Process and Production.
Stephen C. Graves works in the field of Operations management, namely Inventory control. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Production schedule, Business system planning, Finished good and Key. The Scheduling study combines topics in areas such as Scheduling and Pallet.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Operations research, Operations management, Mathematical optimization, Supply chain and Production. His study on Operations research also encompasses disciplines like
His Mathematical optimization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Inventory theory and Inventory control. His Supply chain study incorporates themes from Microeconomics and Industrial organization. His study looks at the relationship between Production and fields such as Process, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Operations research, Operations management, Supply chain, Warehouse and Computer data storage are his primary areas of study. His Operations research research includes elements of Column generation, Fixed cost and Product. His research in Operations management is mostly focused on Capacity planning.
His Supply chain research focuses on Warranty and how it relates to Assignment problem and Communication channel. The concepts of his Warehouse study are interwoven with issues in Workload and Manufacturing engineering. His work deals with themes such as Range, Real-time computing, Boundary and Robustness, which intersect with Workload.
Stephen C. Graves mainly investigates Supply chain, Manufacturing engineering, Operations research, Warehouse and Computer data storage. When carried out as part of a general Supply chain research project, his work on Reverse logistics is frequently linked to work in Work, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Manufacturing engineering study combines topics in areas such as Quality, E-commerce, Production and Flexibility.
Stephen C. Graves interconnects Warranty and Communication channel in the investigation of issues within Operations research. His research in Warehouse intersects with topics in Workload, Range, Reduction and Robustness. His work deals with themes such as Real-time computing, Simulation and Boundary, which intersect with Computer data storage.
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A Review of Production Scheduling
Stephen C. Graves.
Principles on the benefits of manufacturing process flexibility
William C. Jordan;Stephen C. Graves.
Optimal Storage Assignment in Automatic Warehousing Systems
Warren H. Hausman;Leroy B. Schwarz;Stephen C. Graves.
A Multi-Echelon Inventory Model for a Repairable Item with One-for-One Replenishment
Stephen C. Graves.
A Single-Item Inventory Model for a Nonstationary Demand Process
Mahmoud H. Alrefaei;Sigrún Andradóttir;Stephen C. Graves.
Optimizing Strategic Safety Stock Placement in Supply Chains
Stephen C. Graves;Sean P. Willems.
Technology portfolio management: optimizing interdependent projects over multiple time periods
M.W. Dickinson;A.C. Thornton;S. Graves.
Storage-Retrieval Interleaving in Automatic Warehousing Systems
Stephen C. Graves;Warren H. Hausman;Leroy B. Schwarz.
Process Flexibility in Supply Chains
Stephen C. Graves;Brian T. Tomlin.
Using Lagrangean Techniques to Solve Hierarchical Production Planning Problems
Stephen C. Graves.
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