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Inventory Systems: Modeling and Research Methods
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Authors: Hui-Ming Wee (Chung Yuan Christian University, Chungli, Taiwan) 
Book Description:
Most organizations use, transform, distribute or sell materials of one or several kinds. The management of materials has serious implication on the financial, production, and marketing functions of an organization. As the level of complexity of a product increases, so does the importance of managing materials. To fulfill their role in providing products and services, enterprises must satisfy the needs of production, as well as services through the use of all resources such as labor, capital, equipment and materials. All these managerial activities are called materials management. This new book covers the topic of inventory systems.

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Table of Contents:
Part I: Introduction

Chapter 1: Overview (pp. 3-9)

Chapter 2: General Concepts on Inventory Modeling (pp. 11-24)

Part II: Methods for Independent Demand

Chapter 3: Deterministic Models for Independent Demand Systems (pp. 27-37)

Chapter 4: Quantity Discount and Special Sales (pp. 39-50)

Chapter 5: Batch-Type Production System (pp. 51-67)

Chapter 6: Discrete Demand Systems: Deterministic Models (pp. 69-85)

Chapter 7: Independent Demand Systems: Probability Models (pp. 87-105)

Part III: Methods for Dependent Demand

Chapter 8: MRP, MRP-II and ERP (pp. 109-122)

Chapter 9: Work-In-Process inventory, JIT and TOC (pp. 123-137)

Chapter 10: Deteriorating Inventory Models (pp. 139-152)

Chapter 11: Solving Inventory Problems Without Derivatives (pp. 153-194)

Index

   Series:
      Management Science - Theory and Applications
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x 10 198 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-623-9
   Status: AV
  
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