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In this paper we address periodic base-stock policies for stochastic economic lot scheduling problems. These represent manufacturing settings in which multiple items compete for the availability of a common capacity source, in the presence of setup times and/or costs, incurred when switching between items, and in the presence of uncertainty regarding demand(More)
We consider the allocation of capacity in a system in which rental equipment is accessed by two classes of customers. We formulate the problem as a continuous-time analogue of the one-shot allocation problems found in the more traditional literature on revenue management, and we analyze a queueing control model that approximates its dynamics. Our(More)
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