2 edition of Structure of optimal policies for production smoothing and equipment replacement found in the catalog.
Structure of optimal policies for production smoothing and equipment replacement
Kailash C. Khanna
1969 in [New York] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Kailash C. Khanna.|
|LC Classifications||TS155 .K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 155 l.|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||72194211|
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(). A strategy for optimal equipment replacement. Production Planning & Control: Vol. 14, Linking manufacturing strategy and production planning and control, pp. Cited by: A two-dimensional Markov Decision Process model is used to combine the Production-Inventory problem and the Equipment Replacement Structure of optimal policies for production smoothing and equipment replacement book.
We provide two sets of sufficient conditions for the combined optimal policy to have a relatively simple monotonic by: 5. policy in the replenishment orders towards the supplier who produces to order. This paper does not seek optimal parameters of the base-stock policy, e.g.
the optimal order-up-to-level. It strives to explore the effects of production smoothing on total system per-unit costs. The decision variables of the control problem are the production rate and the repair/replacement switching policy upon machine failure.
The objective of the study is to find the decision variables that minimize the overall cost, including repair, replacement, inventory holding, and backlog costs, over an infinite planning by: ().
Production smoothing in just-in-time manufacturing systems: a review of the models and solution approaches. International Journal of Production Research: Vol. 45, The Toyota Production System: Thirty Years of Research, and Beyond, pp.
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In [ 3 ], the authors assume that there are three scenarios on the technology: technology on hand (current technology), a better technology currently available on the market, and an even better technology that may become available in the future.
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The WBS is a particularly important project tool. A new approach is suggested to solve a production smoothing problem. The problem is divided essentially into two subproblems.
First the derivation of the optimal smoothing policy is given for a model having a quadratic cost structure. The second step then takes into account the special features of the actually given nonquadratic cost functions. Production/Operation management is the process which combines and transforms various resources used in the production/operation subsystem of the organization into value added products/services in a controlled manner as per the policies of the organization.
Publisher Summary. The dynamic programming is a way of structuring certain problems so that a certain methodology can be used. This being the case, the properties that an optimization problem must possess need to be known in advance so that its initial mathematical formulation can be converted into an equivalent formulation which is amenable to dynamic programming methodology.
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Downloadable. We consider the problem of minimizing the sum of production, employment smoothing, and inventory costs over a finite number of time periods where demands are known. The fundamental difference between our model and that treated in  is that here we permit the smoothing cost to be nonstationary, thereby admitting a model with discounting.
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policy. Solving the Problem First note that the shortsighted approach of selecting the cheapest run offered by each suc-cessive stage need not yield an overall optimal decision.
Following this strategy would give the route A B F I J, at a total cost of However, sacrificing a little on one stage may permit greater savings thereafter.
Part of the Operations Research Proceedings book series (ORP, volume ) Abstract Starting point of this paper is the Pekelman model, in which optimal production/inventory and pricing decisions are determined simultaneously. This book presents a variety of advanced research papers in optimization and dynamics written by internationally recognized researchers in these fields.
As an example of applying optimization in sport, it introduces a new method for finding the optimal bat sizes in baseball and softball. The book. Decision regarding replacement of an existing asset with another is based on the net present value and internal rate of return of the incremental cash flows, i.e.
the difference between periodic net cash flows if the existing asset is kept and the periodic net cash flows if the asset is replaced. In capital budgeting and engineering economics, the existing asset is called the defender and the. optimal trade-off between these costs. 19 INVENTORY THEORY Because inventory policies affect profitability, the choice among policies depends upon their relative profitability.
As already seen in Examples 1 and 2, some of the costs that determine this profitability are (1) the ordering costs, (2) holding costs, and (3) shortage costs. How to set optimal prices 6.
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One way to use the decomposition for forecasting purposes is the following. Decompose the training time series with some decomposition algorithm (e.g. STL): Y(t)= S(t)+T(t)+R(t). Compute the seasonally adjusted time series Y(t)-S(t).Use any model you like to forecast the evolution of the seasonally adjusted time series.
Rent-to-Own Equipment Co. is considering a new inventory system that will cost $, The system is expected to generate positive cash flows over the next four years in the amounts of $, in year one, $, in year two, $, in year three, and $, in year four.
Rent-to-Own's required rate of return is 8%. rates, to shocks under an optimal regime.3 Section 3 highlights the need for policy to be history-dependent, by contrasting the fully optimal responses with the optimal responses an interest-rate smoothing objective, even though the true social loss function does not.
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It involves the responsibility of ensuring that business operations are efficient in terms of using as few resources as needed and effective in terms of meeting customer requirements. A Tutorial on Production Smoothing and Work Force Balancing, Operations Research, Vol.
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of prices. In Section 2 we present the model and derive the firm's optimal sales-production policy. The price behaviour which is implied by the optimal policy is studied in Section 3, and our concluding remarks are offered in Section 4. THE MODEL Consider an expected-profit maximizing firm which produces a homogeneous product.
Drilling - A drill enters the workpiece axially through the end and cuts a hole with a diameter equal to that of the tool.; Boring - A boring tool enters the workpiece axially and cuts along an internal surface to form different features, such as steps, tapers, chamfers, and contours.
The boring tool is a single-point cutting tool, which can be set to cut the desired diameter by using an. D should always be the optimal policy choice.
The optimal policy choice can be a point on the segment CD. The optimal policy choice will have the quality of the environment higher than E. False. The upward slope indicates that the policies being adopted both increase abatement and consumption. False. The optimal policy choice depends on both.
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The Production Smoothing with Trend Figure A illustrates the production smoothing motivation when increasing marginal costs exist. If Q1 and Q2 represent the demand in periods 1 and 2 respectively, then the point A represents the average cost,(C1 +C2)/2, if Q1 is.
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