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Publikācija: Analysis of Dynamic Properties of an Inventory System with Service-Sensitive Demand Using Simulation

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Analysis of Dynamic Properties of an Inventory System with Service-Sensitive Demand Using Simulation
Pētniecības nozare Informācijas tehnoloģija
Pētniecības apakšnozare  Sistēmu analīze, modelēšana un projektēšana
Autori Jurijs Merkurjevs
Jūlija Petuhova
Jānis Grabis
Atslēgas vārdi Inventory management, service-sensitive demand, hybrid modelling
Anotācija Complexity of many problems solvable by analytical methods quickly increases under additional assumption. Inventory management under the service-sensitive demand is one of such practical problems. This paper considers application of the hybrid simulation/analytical approach for dealing with this problem. The appropriate closed loop model, that incorporates both simulation and analytical models, has been developed. It has been applied to study behaviour of the inventory system under the service-sensitive demand. The regression analysis conducted indicates that the service-sensitive demand causes substantial deviations of the provided service level from the target service level. The target service level, the demand variability and the lead time are factors substantially influencing the difference between the target service level and the provided service level. The results obtained are to be used for design of a mechanism for adjusting the parameters of the inventory system in order to maintain the target service level.
Atsauce Merkurjevs, J., Petuhova, J., Grabis, J. Analysis of Dynamic Properties of an Inventory System with Service-Sensitive Demand Using Simulation. No: Proceedings of the 15th European Simulation Symposium (ESS’2003), Nīderlande, Delft, 26.-29. oktobris, 2003. Delft: Society for Modelling and Simulation International, 2003, 509.-514.lpp.
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