Gede Agus Widyadana

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In this study, a deteriorating inventory problemwith andwithout backorders is developed. From the literature search, this study is one of the first attempts by researchers to solve a deteriorating inventory problem with a simplified approach. The optimal solutions are compared with the classical methods for solving deteriorating inventory model. The total(More)
Due to unreliable production facility and stochastic preventive maintenance, deriving an optimal production inventory decision in practice is very complicated. In this paper, we develop a production model for deteriorating items with stochastic preventive maintenance time and rework using the first in first out (FIFO) rule. From our literature search, no(More)
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In Moon and Lee’s model (2000), they developed a finite planning horizon economic order quantity (EOQ) model with time value of money and inflation. This paper extends Moon and Lee’s model to examine a production system with a random life cycle. Two conditions are discussed: the first is when the product life cycle ends in the production stage and the(More)
This paper proposes an alternative heuristic algorithm for a multi-product Economic Production Quantity (EPQ) vendor–buyer integrated model with Just in Time (JIT) philosophy and a budget constraint. This type of problem is usually solved by a Mixed Integer Non Linear Problem (MINLP), which is complex and computationally expensive. The proposed heuristic(More)
In this work we developed EPQ models for deteriorating items by considering stochastic machine unavailability and price-dependent demand. Moreover, we approach the distribution of the machine unavailability using kernel density estimation. Therefore, the assumption of any distribution models, such as uniformly or exponentially distribution can be neglected(More)
The design of a supply chain has been considered by many practitioners and researchers recently. One model that is used to optimize distribution from a single facility (depot) to a set of retailers over a given planning horizon and considering stock management decisions is known as Inventory Routing Problem (IRP). This model tries to optimize the trade-off(More)