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Author Lang, J. Christian (Jan Christian)
Title Production and inventory management with substitutions [electronic resource] / J. Christian Lang.
Publication Info Berlin : Springer, c2010.



Descript xx, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Note Based on the author's thesis, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 2009.
Contents Production and operations management: models and algorithms -- Graphical modeling of substitutions and flexible bills-of-materials -- Literature review -- Efficient reformulations for uncapacitated and capacitated lot-sizing with substitutions and initial inventories -- MIP-based heuristics for capacitated lot-sizing with sequence-dependent setups and substitutions -- 7. Multi-level lot-sizing models with flexible bills-of-materials -- 8. Blood inventory control with transshipments and substitutions -- Conclusions and future research.
Note "This book addresses production and inventory management problems where products can be replaced by specified substitutes. Depending on the considered application, substitutions can potentially improve the service level, reduce required safety stocks and total setup costs and times, utilize cost variations of input products, and reduce the amount of wastage. The main focus is the development of graphical modeling approaches for substitution options and of production planning models based on these approaches using mathematical programming. In addition to single-level dynamic lot-sizing models with substitutions, models for multi-level production systems with flexible bills-of-materials and recipes are devised. Also, a simulation-based optimization approach for a multi-location inventory system with substitutions is developed"-- Source other than Library of Congress.
ISBN 3642042473 (ebk.)
9783642042478 (ebk.)
Other # 12756155
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Author Lang, J. Christian (Jan Christian)
Series Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems, 636
Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems ; 636.
Subject Inventory control -- Mathematical models.
Production management -- Mathematical models.
Descript xx, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Note Based on the author's thesis, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 2009.
Contents Production and operations management: models and algorithms -- Graphical modeling of substitutions and flexible bills-of-materials -- Literature review -- Efficient reformulations for uncapacitated and capacitated lot-sizing with substitutions and initial inventories -- MIP-based heuristics for capacitated lot-sizing with sequence-dependent setups and substitutions -- 7. Multi-level lot-sizing models with flexible bills-of-materials -- 8. Blood inventory control with transshipments and substitutions -- Conclusions and future research.
Note "This book addresses production and inventory management problems where products can be replaced by specified substitutes. Depending on the considered application, substitutions can potentially improve the service level, reduce required safety stocks and total setup costs and times, utilize cost variations of input products, and reduce the amount of wastage. The main focus is the development of graphical modeling approaches for substitution options and of production planning models based on these approaches using mathematical programming. In addition to single-level dynamic lot-sizing models with substitutions, models for multi-level production systems with flexible bills-of-materials and recipes are devised. Also, a simulation-based optimization approach for a multi-location inventory system with substitutions is developed"-- Source other than Library of Congress.
ISBN 3642042473 (ebk.)
9783642042478 (ebk.)
Other # 12756155
Author Lang, J. Christian (Jan Christian)
Series Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems, 636
Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems ; 636.
Subject Inventory control -- Mathematical models.
Production management -- Mathematical models.

Subject Inventory control -- Mathematical models.
Production management -- Mathematical models.
Descript xx, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Note Based on the author's thesis, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 2009.
Contents Production and operations management: models and algorithms -- Graphical modeling of substitutions and flexible bills-of-materials -- Literature review -- Efficient reformulations for uncapacitated and capacitated lot-sizing with substitutions and initial inventories -- MIP-based heuristics for capacitated lot-sizing with sequence-dependent setups and substitutions -- 7. Multi-level lot-sizing models with flexible bills-of-materials -- 8. Blood inventory control with transshipments and substitutions -- Conclusions and future research.
Note "This book addresses production and inventory management problems where products can be replaced by specified substitutes. Depending on the considered application, substitutions can potentially improve the service level, reduce required safety stocks and total setup costs and times, utilize cost variations of input products, and reduce the amount of wastage. The main focus is the development of graphical modeling approaches for substitution options and of production planning models based on these approaches using mathematical programming. In addition to single-level dynamic lot-sizing models with substitutions, models for multi-level production systems with flexible bills-of-materials and recipes are devised. Also, a simulation-based optimization approach for a multi-location inventory system with substitutions is developed"-- Source other than Library of Congress.
ISBN 3642042473 (ebk.)
9783642042478 (ebk.)
Other # 12756155

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