Conference Proceeding Article
We study a repairable item inventory system under limited repair capacity and nonstationary Poisson demands, motivated by corrective maintenance of military equipment. Our goal is to minimize the cost of both spare and repair resource allocation. We propose an efficient analytical model that combines optimization modeling and queuing theory.
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics | Business | Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering
Intelligent Systems and Decision Analytics
35th Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI)
City or Country
LAU, Hoong Chuin and SONG, Huawei.
Two-Echelon Repairable Item Inventory System with Limited Repair Capacity under Nonstationary Demands. (2004). 35th Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI). 1901-1908. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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