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Zero-one Allocation of Substitutable Resources
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 1995)
The author found a major limitation of the original zero-one programming method: it can't take into account that some resources are substitutable regarding some particular activities, i. e. the desired result is achievable ...
Some organizational issues of technology roadmapping experienced in Hungary
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 2010)
Technology roadmapping (TRM) is a technique for exploring the evolution of markets, products, technologies, and their linkages. During our Hungarian TRM-applications we found important a clear business need; senior level ...
A Critique of Some Classical Theories of Decisions Under Uncertainty
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 1996)
The present article describes and examines the orthodox types of uncertainty and shows that they are inadmlissibly oversimplified. Real decision situations cannot: be classified into the three classes of the orthodox rnodel. ...
Systematic Manufacturing Process Planning of Surface Mounted Assemblies
(Budapest University of Technology and Economics, 1997)
The present article shows a systematic approach to surface mounted assembly (SMA) manufacturing process planning in the electronic industry. It discusses the primary goal hierarchies (or 'state maps') of the four basic ...