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A stochastic model for risk management in global supply chain networks
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This paper presents a stochastic model of the multi-stage global supply chain network problem, incorporating a set of related risks, namely, supply, demand, exchange, and disruption. Expand
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Congestion management and electronic road pricing in Singapore
Abstract Government and policy makers today face the pressing problem of managing road congestion in urban areas. This paper details the experience of Singapore and the effort made to curb vehicularExpand
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Covering problems in facility location: A review
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We present a comprehensive review of models, solutions and applications related to the covering problem in facility location. Expand
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Development and simulation analysis of real-time yard crane control systems for seaport container transshipment terminals
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We develop a real-time yard crane control system and show that a terminal’s long-run average quay crane rate depends on the portion of this system that dispatches yard cranes in the storage area in real time. Expand
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EOQ models with general demand and holding cost functions
  • M. Goh
  • Economics
  • 24 February 1994
Abstract We consider the continuous, deterministic, infinite horizon, single item inventory system, within the setting of a retail sector, in which the demand rate for an item is dependent on theExpand
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Compound mechanism design of supplier selection based on multi-attribute auction and risk management of supply chain
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We design a two-stage compound mechanism for supplier selection based on multi-attribute auction and supply chain risk management. Expand
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Resource-based approach to IT shared services in a manufacturing firm
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This paper presents a case analysis of an information technology (IT) unit of a multinational manufacturing firm, which was in the process of implementing a shared services model. Expand
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Quality circles: journey of an Asian public enterprise
  • M. Goh
  • Engineering
  • 1 October 2000
Quality circles (QCs) remain viable and continue to operate effectively. This paper traces the QC journey of the Singapore Housing Development Board, providing a historical perspective to theExpand
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Discrete time model and algorithms for container yard crane scheduling
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We develop an efficient model for YC scheduling by taking into account realistic operational constraints such as inter-crane interference, fixed YC separation distances and simultaneous container storage/retrievals. Expand
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Three-dimensional bin packing problem with variable bin height
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This paper studies a variant of the three-dimensional bin packing problem (3D-BPP), where the bin height can be adjusted to the cartons it packs. Expand
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