Examines the effectiveness of the line‐stop (on‐line) repair policy over traditional off‐line repair policy through two mathematical models developed based on total quality failure costs (TFC). The proposed models demonstrate that the TFC framework can be a valuable performance measure for evaluating the contribution of the line‐stop repair policy. The computational results also show that the line‐stop policy can bring substantial savings over the off‐line repair policy.
Shin, D. and Min, H. (2001), "On the effectiveness of on‐line repair policy: quality failure costs perspective", Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Vol. 12 No. 2, pp. 152-162. https://doi.org/10.1108/09576060110361591Download as .RIS
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