Multi-Product Production Optimization of Maintenance Integrated into the Control Chart Under Service Level and Quality Constraints
In this research paper considers a joint model production system consisting of a single machine producing multi-products connected to a multi-warehouse to satisfy changing and characterized customer demand for all the products throughout the production horizon.
This article aims to explain the dynamics of split-ticket voting in the behavior of community voters during the 2016 implementation of the Central Kalimantan Governor and Deputy Governor Elections, specifically in two districts in Central Kalimantan.
This research aims at understanding the concept of inventory management and inventory control and identifying the issues faced by the companies in their inventory management by finding the flaws within the strategies or systems used to manage the inventory.
Integrating Gamification into Middle School Mathematics Curriculum: Game-Based Learning Approach in Namibia
The paper reveals the possibilities of gamifying the mathematics curriculum to be merely effective at the first stage of implementation, but other subjects are at stake, and not inclusive-friendly to learners from previously disadvantaged backgrounds, as emerged from the qualitative aspect of the study.
Investigating the Potential of 3D Printing Technology on Spare Parts Business for Supply Chain Management in Appliance Industry
This research presents a case study in which two models were built to estimate the operation cost of a spare parts business for an appliance manufacturing company: a base model and an alternate benchmark model in which spare parts are supplied by the traditional manufacturing method or 3D printing.
The research paper aims to determine how the radiation worker protection policies include radiation worker protection regulations and radiation worker protection forms.
The research concerns the suitability of enterprise risk management with European funds, and the conclusion of a perfect match confirms theory, brings it new scope, and may be of high practical use as for the coherent and timely documentation of European project funding calls.
The research paper conducted various interview rounds with elite referees of the German Football Association to identify all factors of human assessment influencing DOGSO decisions. The objective was to define a criteria system which can be evaluated by technology.
The research paper discusses the common element between these businesses, companies, institutions and prominent persons from more than fifty countries was money; more specifically, each of the scandals involved hundreds of billions of dollars in unpaid taxes lost by treasuries of countries across five continents.
The main idea of the research was that after the employees complete the online questionnaire the manager can receive a complete report about the answers, underlyining the weaknesses and strengths of the organizational culture according to the answers.