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A tool to visualize response selection and execution on pace rating

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Pace rating has always been one of the main responsibilities for industrial engineers (IEs) when manufacturing companies need standard times to use for planning, scheduling, cost efficiency and budget calculations. Although computer technologies have been applied to model, analyze, and visualize complex systems to help engineers solve specific issues, a simulation or visualization tool on pace rating that reveals and visualizes decision making patterns has as yet not been developed to help IEs perform worker's pace rating. This paper presents the development of a tool that can visualize response selection and execution, showing decision making patterns and help IEs to perform pace rating.
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Pace rating, response execution, response selection, a visualizing tool, decision making pattern

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Suwittayaruk, Peeradaech, and Dirk Van Goubergen. “A Tool to Visualize Response Selection and Execution on Pace Rating.” 9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011). Ed. S Balsamo & A Marin. EUROSIS-ETI Publications, 2011. 26–30. Print.
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Suwittayaruk, P., & Van Goubergen, D. (2011). A tool to visualize response selection and execution on pace rating. In S Balsamo & A. Marin (Eds.), 9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011) (pp. 26–30). Presented at the 9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011), EUROSIS-ETI Publications.
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Suwittayaruk, Peeradaech, and Dirk Van Goubergen. 2011. “A Tool to Visualize Response Selection and Execution on Pace Rating.” In 9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011), ed. S Balsamo and A Marin, 26–30. EUROSIS-ETI Publications.
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Suwittayaruk, Peeradaech, and Dirk Van Goubergen. 2011. “A Tool to Visualize Response Selection and Execution on Pace Rating.” In 9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011), ed. S Balsamo and A Marin, 26–30. EUROSIS-ETI Publications.
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Suwittayaruk P, Van Goubergen D. A tool to visualize response selection and execution on pace rating. In: Balsamo S, Marin A, editors. 9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011). EUROSIS-ETI Publications; 2011. p. 26–30.
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P. Suwittayaruk and D. Van Goubergen, “A tool to visualize response selection and execution on pace rating,” in 9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011), Venice, Italy, 2011, pp. 26–30.
@inproceedings{3170750,
  abstract     = {{Pace rating has always been one of the main responsibilities for industrial engineers (IEs) when manufacturing companies need standard times to use for planning, scheduling, cost efficiency and budget calculations. Although computer technologies have been applied to model, analyze, and visualize complex systems to help engineers solve specific issues, a simulation or visualization tool on pace rating that reveals and visualizes decision making patterns has as yet not been developed to help IEs perform worker's pace rating. This paper presents the development of a tool that can visualize response selection and execution, showing decision making patterns and help IEs to perform pace rating.}},
  author       = {{Suwittayaruk, Peeradaech and Van Goubergen, Dirk}},
  booktitle    = {{9th International Industrial Simulation Conference 2011 (ISC 2011)}},
  editor       = {{Balsamo, S and Marin, A}},
  isbn         = {{9789077381632}},
  keywords     = {{Pace rating,response execution,response selection,a visualizing tool,decision making pattern}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Venice, Italy}},
  pages        = {{26--30}},
  publisher    = {{EUROSIS-ETI Publications}},
  title        = {{A tool to visualize response selection and execution on pace rating}},
  year         = {{2011}},
}

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