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OPAC seminar, June 29th, 2017

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T. Ahmadi MSc and T. Schettini MSc Taher Ahmadi Optimal control policies for an inventory system with commitment lead time We consider a production firm which faces a Poisson customer demand and uses a base-stock policy to replenish its inventories from an outside source with a fixed lead time. The firm can use a preorder […]

OPAC seminar, June 22nd, 2017

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Erwin van Wingerden Spare parts planning under uncertain failure rates In this paper we consider a multi-item inventory problem with a backorder constraint where the distribution of demand is known but not the exact failure rate. We show that when demand follows a Poisson distriubtion, the larger the variance of this failure rate, the larger […]

OPAC seminar, June 20th, 2017

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Benjamin LEGROS, Yann BOUCHERY and Jan FRANSOO The role of consignees in empty container management Nowadays, the majority of consumer goods is transported into a maritime container during at least one stage of the journey. Besides the many advantages of containerization, the management of empty containers is a key issue responsible for costly repositioning operations. […]

OPAC seminar, June 15th, 2017

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Joost de Kruijff MSc and Bram Westerweel MSc Joost de Kruijff MSc Integer programming models for the mid-term production planning of high-tech low-volume industries We studied the mid-term production planning of high-tech low-volume industries. Mid-term production planning (6 to 24 months) allocates the capacity of production resources to different products over time and coordinates the […]

OPAC seminar, June 1st, 2017

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Dr. Sarah Gelper Competition for attention in online social networks: Implications for seeding strategies Firms are actively trying to leverage consumers’ interactions on social media as part of their communication strategies. However, information on online social networks only diffuses if it receives the consumers’ attention. This paper investigates how someone’s position in the online social […]