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Written by recognized experts in optimization, control in industrial and construction engineering
Focusses on industrial and construction engineering
Includes advanced methods in applications of industrial engineering and construction engineering and management
Both the theoretical and practical aspects will be beneficial to experts and students in industrial engineering and construction engineering and management
This book presents recent advances in optimization and control methods with applications to industrial engineering and construction management. It consists of 15 chapters authored by recognized experts in a variety of fields including control and operation research, industrial engineering, and project management. Topics include numerical methods in unconstrained optimization, robust optimal control problems, set splitting problems, optimum confidence interval analysis, a monitoring networks optimization survey, distributed fault detection, nonferrous industrial optimization approaches, neural networks in traffic flows, economic scheduling of CCHP systems, a project scheduling optimization survey, lean and agile construction project management, practical construction projects in Hong Kong, dynamic project management, production control in PC4P, and target contracts optimization.
The book offers a valuable reference work for scientists, engineers, researchers and practitioners in industrial engineering and construction management.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Construction Engineering and Management - Control - Industrial Engineering - Operation Research - Optimization