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CORY: A Computer Program for Determining Dimension Stock YieldsAuthor(s): Charles C Brunner; Marshall S. White; Fred M. Lamb; James G. Schroeder
Source: Forest Products Journal. 39(2): 23-24.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionCORY is a computer program that calculates random-width, fixed-length cutting yields and best sawing sequences for either rip- or crosscut-first operations. It differs from other yield calculating programs by evaluating competing cuttings through conflict resolution models. Comparisons with Program YIELD resulted in a 9 percent greater cutting volume and a 98 percent reduction in execution time. A microcomputer version for MS-DOS machines is available.
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CitationBrunner, Charles C; White, Marshall S.; Lamb, Fred M.; Schroeder, James G. 1989. CORY: A Computer Program for Determining Dimension Stock Yields. Forest Products Journal. 39(2): 23-24.
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