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Constraints-based Optimization

Constraint-Based Optimization is a concept associated with the discrete optimization that occurs in discrete manufacturing industries (production of distinct items).

 

Constraints Optimization is a branch of optimization in industrial mathematics. A class of algorithms will make it possible to evaluate all the possible scenarios for a given problem, indicate the optimal paths and therefore the best decisions to be made.

 

Optimization models can thus be used to simulate operating scenarios by including a series of constraints, such as:

- Temporal constraints: time required, delays, priorities

- Technical constraints: web constraints, machine technology

- Capability constraints: availability of resources,

 

The limitation of optimization models is that they can only process a limited amount of detail before they become intractable.




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