planning horizon


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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.
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We use OLS regression to test the impact of cognitive ability, risk tolerance, investor sentiment, planning horizon, and demographics on the stock reallocation decisions of retirees.
Thus, one must think in terms of a midterm to long-term planning horizon, and actions in this dimension benefit greatly from reinforcing actions in the other dimensions--similar to the say-do gap typical of strategic communications.
As pointed out by Simpson [7], the assumptions made by all the above papers such as the known and constant demand rate and constant cost parameters over the planning horizon are too restrictive and unrealistic for practical application.
In prior research in HPP, the planning horizon used at a lower level is a subset of the planning horizon used at the next higher level.
This paper is analysing the effects of policies of restricting energy import and total primary energy supply on diversification of energy resources, technology mix in energy supply side and demand side; energy efficiency and energy conservation; and energy security during the planning horizon 2005-2050.
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The C-4 plans section was beefed up to allow for the coverage of the planning horizons within the operational environment.
To fit into realistic circumstances we have developed a finite planning horizon inventory model for non-instantaneous deteriorating items with stock-dependent consumption rate.
Most current cell formation methods have been developed for a single-period planning horizon.
The board projected that by the end of the planning horizon in 2088, nearly 50 percent of the two forests' lands would be of this more diverse type, up from 10 percent today.
This study focuses on the changes in saturated thickness, water use (both in terms of acre-inches applied per acre and total water use in acre-feet), crop mix (irrigated versus dryland), and the net present value of profits in the Texas Panhandle overlying the Ogallala Aquifer over a sixty-year planning horizon.
Using long-range, mid-range, and short-range windows, the FM proposes brigade, battalion, and company planning timelines for each planning horizon.
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