Matan Shnaiderman

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—In this paper, we consider inventory outsourcing by a producer to a distributor. The distributor charges a cost for each unit it handles and the manufacturer responds with a production and inventory policy over a finite contract period. As a result, the two parties enter a noncooperative differential game. We address the effect of information asymmetry in(More)
We have shown that the transient response of the controller of [1] recovers the response of a high-gain feedback controller without internal model. On the other hand, the transient response of the controller of [3] recovers the response of a sliding mode controller without internal model. These properties show advantage of the designs of [1] and [3] over(More)
This paper is motivated by inventory problems arising in supply chains characterized by continuous replenishment programs based on information exchanged (reviewed) only intermittently between a manufacturing system (supplier) and a customer (retailer). When the replenishment is once-per-period, rather than at any point of time, a well-known result is the(More)
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