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Let S[i(t), z* (t)] be the inter-cell travel cost and machine cost found from the solution of DCF-2-D(t). If it is feasible to meet the demands of time period t using the best cell configuration of a different time period t', then a corresponding cost value S[f(t),z*(t')},t' ^ t, can be calculated. In this case, it is possible that the overall cost without changing the system is lower than the cost incurred in a changed system. For instance, let S'[f(l),z*(l)] and S[f(2), z*(2)] be the minimum inter-cell part travel and machine costs at times t = 1 and t = 2, respectively.
3. Other modeling approaches There are other modeling approaches in solving cell formation problems with dynamic aspects in addition to those discussed in this section. These models address various dynamic aspects of the problem as discussed in the following: (i) Maximizing cell flexibility — If manufacturing cells are designed with higher flexibility, then it is anticipated that the demand changes in the future can be handled by the current system. One way of doing this is to assign multiple units of the same machine, if needed, to different cells.