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Supply chain optimisation: product/process design, facility location, and flow control

Contributor(s): Dolgui, Alexandre [Editor] | Soldek, Jerzy [Editor] | Zaikin, Oleg [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Applied optimization; Vol. 94. Publisher: New York Springer Science+Business Media 2005Description: xvi, 287 p.ISBN: 9780387235660.Subject(s): Business logistics - Management | Business logistics - Cost effectiveness | Business logistics - Mathematical models | Production control - Mathematical modelsDDC classification: 658.5 Summary: This volume is a collection of recent key results in supply chain optimisation. It presents new approaches and methods based on operations research, artificial intelligence and computer sciences techniques for design of production systems, supply and inventory management, production planning and scheduling, facility location, transportation and logistics, supply flow optimisation via simulation, etc. The content focuses on a wide spectrum of optimization problems taking into account supply chain paradigms, which create a pivotal idea to increase the productivity of modern production systems.(http://www.springer.com/mathematics/applications/book/978-0-387-23566-0?changeHeader)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

This volume is a collection of recent key results in supply chain optimisation. It presents new approaches and methods based on operations research, artificial intelligence and computer sciences techniques for design of production systems, supply and inventory management, production planning and scheduling, facility location, transportation and logistics, supply flow optimisation via simulation, etc. The content focuses on a wide spectrum of optimization problems taking into account supply chain paradigms, which create a pivotal idea to increase the productivity of modern production systems.(http://www.springer.com/mathematics/applications/book/978-0-387-23566-0?changeHeader)

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