• Published 2018

Analyzing Upstream Impact on Downstream Shelf-Availability

@inproceedings{Li2018AnalyzingUI,
  title={Analyzing Upstream Impact on Downstream Shelf-Availability},
  author={Xu Li and Sergio Caballero},
  year={2018}
}
On-shelf availability (OSA) is key in the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry. In this project, out of stock (OOS) patterns are identified, grouped, and analyzed in order to gain meaningful insights to improve OSA. The approach is to normalize a time-series dataset, search for similar OOS patterns, and analyze some particular patterns. By focusing on a particular type of pattern, in which an OOS event happens within a pre-defined time period, some behaviors are observed from this study… CONTINUE READING

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