By Zeynep Muge Avsar, W. Henk Zijm (auth.), Stanley B. Gershwin, Yves Dallery, Chrissoleon T. Papadopoulos, J. MacGregor Smith (eds.)
Analysis and Modeling of producing Systems is a suite of papers on a number of the most up-to-date learn and functions of mathematical and computational ideas to production platforms and provide chains. those papers care for basic questions (how to foretell manufacturing unit functionality: easy methods to function creation platforms) and explicitly deal with the stochastic nature of disasters, operation occasions, call for, and different very important events.
Analysis and Modeling of producing Systems should be of curiosity to readers with a powerful heritage in operations learn, together with researchers and mathematically refined practitioners.
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Software packages that implement DRP have in recent years become the main products of many business software companies. One of the advertised strengths of DRP is its ability to project future on-hand inventory and future replenishment requirements at all echelons of a distribution network. The projection of future on-hand inventory and replenishment requirements is accomplished using standard DRP logic, described below. However, as we shall explain, standard DRP logic provides these estimates without taking into consideration the uncertainty of future demands.
1 How Does DRP Work? The DRP Logic By DRP logic, we mean the mathematical algorithm used in standard DRP procedures to calculate future on-hand inventory and future replenishment requirements. While descriptions of standard DRP procedures are widely available in professional references such as Stenger , as well as in manuals of commercial software, we present a formal approach below. We explain the logic in terms of a single product at a single location; later, we provide an example illustrating how the logic carries over to distribution networks with multiple locations and multiple products.
Analysis and Modeling of Manufacturing Systems by Zeynep Muge Avsar, W. Henk Zijm (auth.), Stanley B. Gershwin, Yves Dallery, Chrissoleon T. Papadopoulos, J. MacGregor Smith (eds.)