A CREATIVE APPROACH TO MODELING PRODUCT ORDERS IN AUTOMOD

@inproceedings{Williams2002ACA,
  title={A CREATIVE APPROACH TO MODELING PRODUCT ORDERS IN AUTOMOD},
  author={Edward J. Williams and E Haan},
  year={2002}
}
This paper presents a creative approach to modeling product orders in AutoMod. The technique presented is a highly efficient and accurate method when product orders are complicated but occur with a fairly low volume. We begin by discussing the two typical means of representing product orders: (1) using an order history file and (2) using statistical distributions to model all aspects of product orders. We then discuss the "new" approach that we have developed that involves using distributions… CONTINUE READING

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