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Impulsivity, often defined as a human behavior characterized by the inclination of an individual to act on urge rather than thought, with diminished regard to consequences, encompasses a range of maladaptive behaviors, which are in turn affected by distinct neural systems. Congruent with the above definition, behavioral studies have consistently shown that(More)
**CRAN – Faculté des sciences – BP239-54506 – VANDOEUVRE les NANCY, France. Abstract Nowadays, managing correctly the always changing customer demands is a challenge for companies, especially because of its impact on the Supply Chain (Forrester effect). Tactical planning is very useful in establishing robust plans. This paper proposes an alternative policy(More)
New challenges and opportunities arise with the Internet of Things (IoT), making it possible to link any objects of the real world with the virtual one. In recent years, IoT has become increasingly popular in industrial applications (e.g. for the inclusion of data related to the product history). It might therefore be asked what is the impact on real-time(More)
BACKGROUND Substance-abusing individuals tend to display abnormal reward processing and a vulnerability to being impulsive. Detoxified alcoholics show differences in regional brain activation during a monetary incentive delay task. However, there is limited information on whether this uncharacteristic behavior represents a biological predisposition toward(More)
Product-driven control may enable manufacturing companies to meet business demands more quickly and effectively. But a key point in making this concept acceptable by industry is to provide benchmarking environments in order to compare and analyze their efficiency on emulated large-scale industry-led case studies with regard to current technologies and(More)
The amount of data output into our environment is increasing each day, and the development of new technologies constantly redefines how we interact with this information. It is therefore necessary to control the different ways information is diffused. As a result, a data dissemination methodology in the framework of the Supply Chain Management is(More)
Cocaine addiction is characterized by impulsivity, impaired social relationships, and abnormal mesocorticolimbic reward processing, but their interrelationships relative to stages of cocaine addiction are unclear. We assessed blood-oxygenation-level dependent (BOLD) signal in ventral and dorsal striatum during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in(More)
The economic context leads companies to answer quickly to the unpredictable changing customer demands. Advanced Planning Systems (APS) are useful tools to set up quickly Sales and Operations Planning (SOP) and Master Production Schedules (MPS). The problem is to obtain stable plans and schedules in spite of the unstable demand. In this paper, we propose a(More)
This editorial introduces the special issue of the Springer journal, Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, on intelligent distributed production control. This special issue contains selected papers presented at the 13th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing— INCOM'2009 (Bakhtadze and Dolgui 2009). The papers in this special issue(More)