Optimal Inventory Modeling of Systems

Multi-Echelon Techniques
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ISBN-13:
9781402078651
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Seiten:
333
Autor:
Craig C. Sherbrooke
Serie:
International Series in Operations Research & Management Science
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Most books on inventory theory use the item approach to determine stock levels, ignoring the impact of unit cost, echelon location, and hardware indenture. Optimal Inventory Modeling of Systems is the first book to take the system approach to inventory modeling. The result has been dramatic reductions in the resources to operate many systems - fleets of aircraft, ships, telecommunications networks, electric utilities, and the space station.Although only four chapters and appendices are totally new in this edition, extensive revisions have been made in all chapters, adding numerous worked-out examples. Many new applications have been added including commercial airlines, experience gained during Desert Storm, and adoption of the Windows interface as a standard for personal computer models.
Most books on inventory theory use the item approach to determine stock levels, ignoring the impact of unit cost, echelon location, and hardware indenture. Optimal Inventory Modeling of Systems is the first book to take the system approach to inventory modeling. The result has been dramatic reductions in the resources to operate many systems - fleets of aircraft, ships, telecommunications networks, electric utilities, and the space station.Although only four chapters and appendices are totally new in this edition, extensive revisions have been made in all chapters, adding numerous worked-out examples. Many new applications have been added including commercial airlines, experience gained during Desert Storm, and adoption of the Windows interface as a standard for personal computer models.
  • Dedication. List of Figures. List of Tables. List of Variables.
  • Preface. Acknowledgements.
  • 1: Introduction. 1.1. Chapter Overview. 1.2. The System Approach. 1.3. The Item Approach. 1.4. Repairable vs. Consumable Items. 1.5. ""Physics"" of the Problem. 1.6. Multi-Item Optimization. 1.7. Multi-Echelon Optimization. 1.8. Multi-Indenture Optimization. 1.9. Field Test Experience. 1.10. The Item Approach Revisited. 1.11. The System Approach Revisited. 1.12. Summary. 1.13. Problems.
  • 2: Single-Site Inventory Model For Repairable Items. 2.1. Chapter Overview. 2.2. Mean and Variance. 2.3. Poisson Distribution and Notation. 2.4. Palm's Theorem. 2.5. Justification of Independent Repair Times and Constant Demand. 2.6. Stock Level. 2.7. Item Performance Measures. 2.8. System Performance Measures. 2.9. Single-Site Model. 2.10. Marginal Analysis. 2.11. Convexity. 2.12. Mathematical Solution of Marginal Analysis. 2.13. Separability. 2.14. Availability. 2.15. Summary. 2.16. Problems.
  • 3: Metric: A Multi-Echelon Model. 3.1. Chapter Overview. 3.2. METRIC Model Assumptions. 3.3. METRIC Theory. 3.4. Numerical Example. 3.5. Convexification. 3.6. Summary of the METRIC Optimization Procedure. 3.7. Availability. 3.8. Summary. 3.9. Probl

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