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The Resource Supply chain engineering, Marc Goetschalckx

Supply chain engineering, Marc Goetschalckx

Label
Supply chain engineering
Title
Supply chain engineering
Statement of responsibility
Marc Goetschalckx
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UKMGB
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1954-
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Goetschalckx, Marc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
International series in operations research & management science,
Series volume
161
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  • Business logistics
  • Business logistics
  • Business logistics
Label
Supply chain engineering, Marc Goetschalckx
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Introduction -- 1.1. The Supply Chain and Logistics Domains -- 1.2. Logistics Planning and Decisions Support -- 1.3. Summary and Conclusions -- 1.4. Exercises -- References -- 2. Engineering Planning and Design -- 2.1. Engineering Design and Design Process -- 2.2. Modeling -- 2.3. Algorithms -- 2.4. Summary and Conclusions -- 2.5. Exercises -- References -- 3. Forecasting -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Classification of Forecasting Methods -- 3.3. Forecast Quality and Performance Measures -- 3.4. Forecasting Software -- 3.5. Summary -- 3.6. Exercises -- References -- 4. Time Series Analysis -- 4.1. Time Series Characteristics -- 4.2. Constant Data Pattern -- 4.3. Trend Data Pattern -- 4.4. Seasonal Data Pattern -- 4.5. Summary -- 4.6. Exercises -- References -- 5. Transportation Systems -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Transportation Modes and Infrastructure -- 5.3. Transportation Documents and Contract Terms -- 5.4. Exercises -- References -- 6. Single Flow Routing Through a Network -- 6.1. Vehicle Routing Systems Classification -- 6.2. Single Vehicle Origin---Destination Routing -- 6.3. Exercises -- References -- 7. Routing Multiple Flows Through a Network -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Network Variants and Applications -- 7.3. Network Solution Algorithms -- 7.4. Minimum Cost Network Flow Formulation -- 7.5. Exercises -- References -- 8. Single-Vehicle Roundtrip Routing -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Simple TSP Heuristics -- 8.3. Optimization Based Heuristics -- 8.4. Tours Software Illustration -- 8.5. Exercises -- References -- 9. Vehicle Routing and Scheduling -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Classic Vehicle Routing (VRP) -- 9.3. Vehicle Routing with Backhauling (VRPB) -- 9.4. Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows (VRPTW) -- 9.5. Fleet Sizing and Fleet Mix -- 9.6. Exercises -- Appendix A Extended VRP Example (VRP16) -- References -- 10. Inventory Systems -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Independent Demand Systems -- 10.3. Dependent Demand Systems -- 10.4. Exercises -- Appendix A Expected Lost Sales for Discrete Distribution Function -- Appendix B Optimal (s,Q) Policy for Service Level 2 -- References -- 11. Supply Chain Systems -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Supply Chain Design Objectives -- 11.3. Supply Chain Objects and their Characteristics -- 11.4. Information Technology -- 11.5. Exercises -- References -- 12. Supply Chain Models -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Distribution Channel Selection -- 12.3. Tactical Supply Chain Planning -- 12.4. Continuous Location Model -- 12.5. Discrete Supply Chain Models -- 12.6. Geoffrion and Graves Distribution Model -- 12.7. Multi-Echelon Supply Chain Model -- 12.8. Conclusions -- 12.9. Exercises -- Appendix 12.A Continuous Point Location Based on the Euclidean Distance Norm -- Appendix 12.B AMPL Model for the WLP -- Appendix 12.C AMPL Implementation of the G&G Model -- Appendix 12.D AMPL Implementation of the Multi-Echelon Model -- References -- 13. Advanced Supply Chain Models -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Strategic Single-Country Supply Chain Design -- 13.3. Strategic Global Supply Chain Design -- 13.4. Strategic Robust Supply Chain Design Incorporating Uncertainty -- 13.5. Conclusions -- 13.6. Exercises -- References -- Appendix A Standard Distributions -- A.1. Cumulative Normal Distribution -- A.2. Unit Loss Function
Control code
ocn753286407
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
ix, 680 p.
Isbn
9781441965110
Isbn Type
(cased)
Lccn
2011930401
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)753286407
Label
Supply chain engineering, Marc Goetschalckx
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Introduction -- 1.1. The Supply Chain and Logistics Domains -- 1.2. Logistics Planning and Decisions Support -- 1.3. Summary and Conclusions -- 1.4. Exercises -- References -- 2. Engineering Planning and Design -- 2.1. Engineering Design and Design Process -- 2.2. Modeling -- 2.3. Algorithms -- 2.4. Summary and Conclusions -- 2.5. Exercises -- References -- 3. Forecasting -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Classification of Forecasting Methods -- 3.3. Forecast Quality and Performance Measures -- 3.4. Forecasting Software -- 3.5. Summary -- 3.6. Exercises -- References -- 4. Time Series Analysis -- 4.1. Time Series Characteristics -- 4.2. Constant Data Pattern -- 4.3. Trend Data Pattern -- 4.4. Seasonal Data Pattern -- 4.5. Summary -- 4.6. Exercises -- References -- 5. Transportation Systems -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Transportation Modes and Infrastructure -- 5.3. Transportation Documents and Contract Terms -- 5.4. Exercises -- References -- 6. Single Flow Routing Through a Network -- 6.1. Vehicle Routing Systems Classification -- 6.2. Single Vehicle Origin---Destination Routing -- 6.3. Exercises -- References -- 7. Routing Multiple Flows Through a Network -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Network Variants and Applications -- 7.3. Network Solution Algorithms -- 7.4. Minimum Cost Network Flow Formulation -- 7.5. Exercises -- References -- 8. Single-Vehicle Roundtrip Routing -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Simple TSP Heuristics -- 8.3. Optimization Based Heuristics -- 8.4. Tours Software Illustration -- 8.5. Exercises -- References -- 9. Vehicle Routing and Scheduling -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Classic Vehicle Routing (VRP) -- 9.3. Vehicle Routing with Backhauling (VRPB) -- 9.4. Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows (VRPTW) -- 9.5. Fleet Sizing and Fleet Mix -- 9.6. Exercises -- Appendix A Extended VRP Example (VRP16) -- References -- 10. Inventory Systems -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Independent Demand Systems -- 10.3. Dependent Demand Systems -- 10.4. Exercises -- Appendix A Expected Lost Sales for Discrete Distribution Function -- Appendix B Optimal (s,Q) Policy for Service Level 2 -- References -- 11. Supply Chain Systems -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Supply Chain Design Objectives -- 11.3. Supply Chain Objects and their Characteristics -- 11.4. Information Technology -- 11.5. Exercises -- References -- 12. Supply Chain Models -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Distribution Channel Selection -- 12.3. Tactical Supply Chain Planning -- 12.4. Continuous Location Model -- 12.5. Discrete Supply Chain Models -- 12.6. Geoffrion and Graves Distribution Model -- 12.7. Multi-Echelon Supply Chain Model -- 12.8. Conclusions -- 12.9. Exercises -- Appendix 12.A Continuous Point Location Based on the Euclidean Distance Norm -- Appendix 12.B AMPL Model for the WLP -- Appendix 12.C AMPL Implementation of the G&G Model -- Appendix 12.D AMPL Implementation of the Multi-Echelon Model -- References -- 13. Advanced Supply Chain Models -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Strategic Single-Country Supply Chain Design -- 13.3. Strategic Global Supply Chain Design -- 13.4. Strategic Robust Supply Chain Design Incorporating Uncertainty -- 13.5. Conclusions -- 13.6. Exercises -- References -- Appendix A Standard Distributions -- A.1. Cumulative Normal Distribution -- A.2. Unit Loss Function
Control code
ocn753286407
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
ix, 680 p.
Isbn
9781441965110
Isbn Type
(cased)
Lccn
2011930401
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
System control number
(OCoLC)753286407

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