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A multi-product, dynamic, nonstationary inventory problem.

Author: Arthur F Jr Veinott; STANFORD UNIV CALIF DEPT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 10 SEP 1964.
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The paper is concerned with a multi-product dynamic nonstationary inventory problem in which the system is reviewed at the beginning of each of a sequence of periods of equal length. The model has the following features. There is a general demand process with no stationarity or independence assumptions, partial or complete backlogging of unfilled demand, a fixed nonnegative delivery lag (which may be positive only  Read more...
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MULTI-PRODUCT, DYNAMIC, NONSTATIONARY INVENTORY PROBLEM.
Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center 10 SEP 1964
(OCoLC)651796624
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur F Jr Veinott; STANFORD UNIV CALIF DEPT OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING.
OCLC Number: 227478510
Description: 34 p.

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The paper is concerned with a multi-product dynamic nonstationary inventory problem in which the system is reviewed at the beginning of each of a sequence of periods of equal length. The model has the following features. There is a general demand process with no stationarity or independence assumptions, partial or complete backlogging of unfilled demand, a fixed nonnegative delivery lag (which may be positive only under complete backlogging), a nonstationary linear ordering cost, a nonstationary holding and shortage cost function, discounting of future costs, and nonstationary restrictions like budget and storage limitations. The objective is to choose an ordering policy that minimizes the expected discounted costs over an infinite time horizon. Conditions are given that ensure that the base stock ordering policy is optimal and that the base stock levels in each period are easy to calculate. (Author).

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