eBook Dynamics in Logistics, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3642359663
  • ISBN-13: 9783642359668
  • DDC: 658.5
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 580 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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The volume comprises the proceedings of the third International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics LDIC 2012. The scope of the conference targeted the identification, analysis, and description of the dynamics of logistic processes and networks. The spectrum ranged from the modeling and planning of processes and innovative methods like autonomous control and knowledge management to the new technologies provided by radio frequency identification, mobile communication, and networking. The growing dynamics in the area of logistics poses completely new challenges: Logistic processes and networks must rapidly and flexibly adapt to continuously changing conditions. LDIC 2012 provided a venue for researchers from academia and industry interested in the technical advances in dynamics in logistics. The conference addressed research in logistics from a wide range of fields, e.g. engineering, computer science and operations research. The volume consists of two invited papers and of 49 contributed papers divided into various subjects including transport logistics, routing in dynamic logistic networks, modeling, simulation, optimization and collaboration in logistics, identification technologies, mathematical modeling in transport and production logistics, information, communication, risk and failure in logistic systems, autonomous control in logistic processes, global supply chains and industrial applications, and the Internet of Things in the context of logistics.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Invited Papers.
2: The Future of Manufacturing Utilizing Tagging Technology.
3: Fault Detection in Dynamic Vehicle Routing Operations.
4: Transport Logistics and Dynamic Routing.
5: Knowledge Sharing in Intermodal Transport: A Multi-Agent Based Perspective.
6: Emissions Minimization Vehicle Routing Problem in Dependence of Different Vehicle Classes.
7: Product Intelligence in Intermodal Transportation: The Dynamic Routing Problem.
8: Cargo Telematics for Operational Transport Excellence and Strategic Knowledge Management.
9: Production Logistics and Job Shop Scheduling.
10: Towards an Integrated Production and Outbound Distribution Planning Method.
11: Supply Chain Integration by Human-Centred Alignment of Lean Production Systems.
12: The Multiple Batch Processing Machine Problem with Stage Specific Incompatible Job Families.
13: Scheduling Multiple Batch Processing Machines with Stage Specific Incompatible Job Families.
14: A Comparison of Network Characteristics in Metabolic and Manufacturing Systems.
15: Modeling, Simulation, Optimization and Collaboration.
16: Conflicting Optimization Goals in Manufacturing Networks: A Statistical Analysis Based on an Idealized Discrete-Event Model.
17: Modeling the Basic Cause-Effect Relationship Between Supply Chain Events and Performance.
18: The Importance of Managing Events in a Build-to-Order Supply Chain: A Case Study at a Manufacturer of Agricultural Machinery.
19: A Dynamic Approach to Measure the Effect of Postponement Strategy on the Performance of Manufacturing and Logistics Processes.
20: Event Management for Uncertainties in Collaborative Production Scheduling and Transportation Planning: A Review.
21: Study on the Application of DCOR and SCOR Models for the Sourcing Process in the Mineral Raw Material Industry Supply Chain.
22: Identification Technologies.
23: Service Oriented Platform for RFID-Enabled Real-Time Fleet Advanced Planning and Scheduling in Industrial Parks.
24: Towards Agile and Flexible Air Cargo Processes with Localization Based on RFID and Complex Event Processing.
25: Smart Agri-Food Logistics: Requirements for the Future Internet.
26: Design and Implementation of a Virtual Reader for Generating Multiple Tag Data.
27: Dynamic Tag Identity-Based Encryption Scheme for Logistic Systems.
28: Queuing Buffer Method for Enhancing Reliability of Capturing Application.
29: Mathematical Modeling in Transport and Production Logistics.
30: Dynamic Optimization Model for Planning of Integrated Logistical System Functioning.
31: A Graph Model for the Integrated Scheduling of Intermodal Transport Operations in Global Supply Chains.
32: Exploitation of Due Date Reliability Potentials: Mathematical Investigation of the Lead Time Syndrome.
33: A Multi-Level Programming Model and Solution Algorithm for the Location of Distribution Centers with Uncertainty Demand.
34: A Method to Estimate the Accumulated Delivery Time Uncertainty in Supply Networks.
35: An LMI Approach to Exponential Stock Level Estimation for Large-Scale Logistics Networks.
36: Information, Communication, Risk, and Failure.
37: Characterization of Thermal Flow Sensors for Air Flow Measurements in Transport Containers.
38: Design and Implementation of Location-Based Handoff Scheme for Multimedia Data.
39: Reconfiguring Multi-Rate Wi-Fi Mesh Networks with Flow Disruption Constraints.
40: Maintenance Work Order Based on Event-Driven Information of Condition-Monitoring Systems—A Genetic Algorithm for Scheduling and Rescheduling of Dynamic Maintenance Orders.
41: A Procedure for the Selection of a Supply Network Risk Mitigation Strategy in Relational Arrangements.
42: Optimization of Failure Behavior of a Decentralized High-Density 2D Storage System.
43: Autonomous Control.
44: Distributed Reinforcement Learning for Optimizing Resource Allocation in Autonomous Logistics Processes.
45: Improving Returnable Transport Equipment Management with an Autonomous Approach.
46: Stability Analysis Scheme for Autonomously Controlled Production Networks with Transportations.
47: Towards the Learning Behaviour and Performance of Artificial Neural Networks in Production Control.
48: Global Supply Chains and Industrial Application.
49: A Framework of the Forces Influencing the Adaptation of the SCOR Model to the Situation of the Manufacturing Industry in Developing Countries.
50: The Impact of Near Sourcing on Global Dynamic Supply Chains: A Case Study.
51: Simulation-Based Analysis of Integrated Production and Transport Logistics.
52: Logistics Integrated Product Development in the German Automotive Industry: Current State, Trends and Challenges.
53: Efficient and Safe Transporting of Steel Sheets with Permanent Magnets.
54: Considerations for a Future Internet of Things.
55: The Effective Method for Distributed Information Gain in EPC Network.
56: Man–Machine-Interaction in the Field of Logistics: Example “Internet of Things”.
57: Sensor Reader Emulator for Integrating Sensor Networks into EPCglobal Network.
58: A Design of Distributed Discovery Service of EPCglobal.