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  author={Todorovi{\'c} Jovan and Ilija Tanackov and Gordan Stoji{\'c}},
The capital work "Logistics Systems" [1] synthesized all human activities and demonstrated that each was a separate logistic sub-system. Furthermore, the origin of the word "logistics" is based on the view that its genesis temporally correlates with the invention of steam engine in the eighteenth century (1764). Thus, the genesis of the concept of logistics is directly related to industrial revolution, although the phenomenon of production and trade dates back to much earlier times. Presently… 

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