Wei-Ting Cheng

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This paper presents a study of solving the joint replenishment problem (JRP) by using the RAND method, a heuristic approach that has been proven to find almost as good as optimal solutions, under uncertain customer demands and inaccurate unit holding cost estimation. The classical JRP deals with the issue of determining a replenishment policy that minimizes(More)
Paenibacillus macerans TKU029 can produce exopolysaccharides (EPSs; 3.46 g/L) and a biosurfactant (1.78 g/L) in a medium with 2 % (w/v) squid pen powder as the sole carbon/nitrogen source. The biosurfactant can reduce the surface tension of water from 72.30 to 35.34 mN/m at a concentration of 2.76 g/L and reach an emulsification index of 56 % after a 24-h(More)
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