An introduction to the formulation of logging production forecasts by computer models Public Deposited

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  • Potentially large savings can be realized within the forest industry by improved machine scheduling, labour scheduling, machine investment, inventory management, and the maximization of wood value. Forecasting must change within the forest industry from Ttguesstimatesll to more efficient production forecasting models. Much work needs to be done with data collection and the establishment of production standards prior to any reasonable production planning. Once the standards are derived, production planning can be done by numerous operations research techniques. Linear programming, critical path scheduling, and PERT Simulation are suggested as methods of allocation, scheduling, and controlling resource inputs.
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