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planning horizon

[′plan·iŋ hə‚rīz·ən]
(industrial engineering)
In a materials-requirements planning system, the time from the present to some future date for which plans are being generated for acquisition of materials.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He explained that the planning horizons were phased to take place over five-yearly intervals starting from 2020 and ending in 2040.
* Michael Woodford, Columbia University and NBER, "Monetary Policy Analysis when Planning Horizons are Finite" (NBER Working Paper No.
The BEB must be sure to maintain mission command, battle rhythm events, and planning horizons during these critical transition periods.
It also depended on the how software functionality enabled users to manage various lengths of "planning horizons," with corresponding "time buckets" such as days, weeks, months or years.
This approach covers all planning horizons and rostering of ground staff.
Ideally, an ESC supports CJTF operations by executing support at the tactical and low operational levels within the G-3's current operations (CUOPS) and future operations (FUOPS) planning horizons. The ESC provides sustainment and synchronizes its support with the TSC, which operates at the high operational and strategic levels within the G-3 FUOPS and G-5 planning horizons in support of the ASCC and the COCOM.
Planning horizons being as long as they are, however, it won't come as any great surprise to learn that most of the underpinnings of the V40 are shared with the latest Ford Focus.
Similar results exist, where the allocation away from stocks doubles, when comparing those with longer planning horizons to those with shorter planning horizons, and those with a college degree to those without.
Shell's long term planning horizons are reflected in the Scenarios methodology."
The optimization results of different planning horizons and inbound train flows are shown in Table 4.
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