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Decision systems for inventory management and production planning

by Silver, Edward A.

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inventory control -- Decision making,
  • Production planning -- Decision making

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdward A. Silver, Rein Peterson.
    SeriesWiley series in production/operations management
    ContributionsPeterson, Rein, 1937-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD40 .P48 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiii, 722 p. :
    Number of Pages722
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2852790M
    ISBN 100471867829
    LC Control Number84015179

      Inventory Management is a business process which is responsible for managing, storing, moving, sorting, arranging, counting and maintaining the inventory i.e. goods, components, parts etc. Inventory management ensures that the right inventory is available as per the demand at low costs. Inventory Management makes sure that the core processes of . : Inventory Management and Production Planning and Scheduling () by Silver, Edward A.; Pyke, David F.; Peterson, Rein and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(31).

    Difference between production planning and production control Stages in production planning and control Functions of production planning and control Production system Types of production system Contents iiiFile Size: 1MB. A Study of Inventory Management System Case Study The re-ord er level is the level of inventory at which the fresh order for that item must be placed to procure fresh supply.

    Inventory Planning - Basic Concepts Every organization that is engaged in production, sale or trading of Products holds inventory in one or the other form. While production and manufacturing organizations hold raw material inventories, finished goods and spare parts inventories, trading companies might hold only finished goods inventories. We chose to use agents as a decision support tool for use in a Retail Inventory Management System. Since the management of inventory is crucial to the success of most companies, and since we see a potential major role for agents in the business process management MAS seems a likely choice for a decision support by: 2.


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For supply chain manager, this book is more quantitative (infact, /5(14). This is a revision of a classic which integrates managerial issues with practical applications, providing a broad foundation for decision-making. It incorporates recent developments in inventory management, including Just-in-Time Management, Materials Requirement Planning, and Total Quality by: Decision systems for inventory management and production planning Wiley series in production/operations management Management Series Wiley series in production: Authors: Edward Allen Silver, Rein Peterson: Contributor: Rein Peterson: Edition: 2, illustrated: Publisher: Wiley, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Nov 6.

Decision Systems for Inventory Management and Production Planning by Rein Peterson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(29). : Decision Systems for Inventory Management and Production Planning (Wiley Series in Production/Operations Management) () by Silver, Edward A.; Peterson, Rein and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books 4/5(1).

Decision Systems for Inventory Management and Production Planning Graham K. Rand Journal of the Operational Research Society vol pages – () Cite this articleCited by: The task of traditional production planning and control is to plan and produce the products according to management’s orders and policy.

It includes the following stages: master production schedule, material requirement planning, capacity planning, shop floor control, and inventory management and control. The result is a hybrid Expert System-Decision Support System that helps managers to face the uncertainty, complexity and the dynamics of the Inventory Management as the Heart of.

The Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) problem is a fundamental problem in supply and inventory management. In its classical setting, solutions are not affected by the warehouse capacity.

We study a type of EOQ problem where the (maximum). It covers ways to categorize inventories in measuring inventory performance, the financial implications of inventory, inventory-management systems, economic order quantities, decision rules for determining safety stocks, and the effect of multiple stocking points on average inventory.

decision making in production planning and inventory management!problem of coping with large numbers and with a diversity of factors external and internal to the organization!must be consistent with the overall objectives of managementFile Size: 72KB. Inventory Management Explained focuses on the key planning aspects of inventory management.

Forecasting, Lot Sizing, Safety Stock, and Ordering Systems are explained in great detail. The book goes well beyond typical inventory management books by tearing apart the calculations and logic we use in inventory management and exposing the hidden (or.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Peterson, Rein, Decision systems for inventory management and production planning. New York: Wiley, © Inventory Management the production process.

Continuous production system produces continuous products such as steel and chemical. The products in the repetitive production have similar design and need low or no setup cost, the process File Size: KB.

If you are new to inventory model or a professional but off school for several years. Don't forget to get this book. Silver review + explore the inventory problem in both macro and micro viewpoint. For supply chain manager, this book is more quantitative (infact, I think this is the most quantitative analysis) /5.

This book is more useful to industrial engineers than business students. We had to use this as our business text for an inventory management class. There are some Ph.d students in industrial engineering who struggle with this, not to mention the rest of the class. However I do like the direct nature book.

Everything is presented without a lot of fluff.4/5. ISBN Book Selection Edited by J Crocker 0 1 EA Silver 0 1 DF Pyke 0 1 R Peterson 0 1 0 Lancaster University 1 EA Silver, DF Pyke and R Peterson: Inventory Management and Production Planning and Scheduling (Third Edition) R Klein: Scheduling of Resource-Constrained Projects AM Castell, AJ Gregory, GA Hindle, ME James and G Ragsdell (Eds): Synergy Matters: Working with Systems Cited by: Decision systems for inventory management and production planning.

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