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Modelling and Simulation

Modelling and Simulation

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a work on modelling and simulation taking an example of each type - continuous and discrete event simulation.
a work on modelling and simulation taking an example of each type - continuous and discrete event simulation.

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Published by: suresh_ramanujam007 on Feb 07, 2011
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Modelling and simulation
Models of discrete event and continuoussimulations
10/12/2010
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Supply chain modeling using discrete event simulation
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Continuous event simulation of depletion mode transistor
 
Table of Contents
SUPPLY CHAIN MODELING USING SIMULATION
 
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ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) Vs. SUPPLY CHIAN MANAGEMENT (SCM)
 
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FUNCTIONALITIES AND BENEFITS OF THE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
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CONTINUOUS
EVENT SIMULATION OF DEPLETION MODETRANSISTOR………………
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SUPPLY CHAIN MODELING USING SIMULATION
In today’s global market, managing the entire supply chain becomes akey factor for thesuccessful business. World-class organizations now realize that non-integrated manufacturing processes, non-integrated distribution processesand poor relationships with suppliers and customers are inadequate for theirsuccess. They realize the impact of an organization’s plan on the other areasof the supply chain. The impact of an organization’s plan on the whole supply chain isunpredictable before its execution. Simulation permits the evaluation of operating performance prior to the execution of a plan. In the practicalapplication of this concept, the development of the simulation model for thesupply chain management has become a necessity.In today’s highly competitive market manufacturers face the challengeof reducingmanufacturing cycle time, delivery lead-time and inventory reduction.However, everyorganization (company) has its own objectives and its own way of decision-making processes.Due to the conflictions among the objectives of each organization and non-integrated decisionmaking processes, there has been a need for a newmechanism, which help to resolve those conflictions and to integrateprocesses. In the early 1990s, the phrase “supply chainmanagement” came into use. Supply chain management is a process of integrating/utilizingsuppliers, manufacturers, warehouses, and retailers, so that goods areproduced anddelivered at the right quantities, and at the right time, while minimizing costsas well as satisfying customer requirements.Figure 1 shows the structure of a typical supply chain. It consists of a numberof organization –beginning with suppliers, who provide raw materials to manufacturers, whichmanufactureproducts and keep those manufactured goods in the warehouses. Then theysend them to wholesales or distribution centers who ship the goods toretailers. The customers then buy products from retailers. Differentindustries have slightly different structures of the supply chain networks.
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