Dynamics in Logistics

Third International Conference, LDIC 2012 Bremen, Germany, February/March 2012 Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-642-35965-1 (Print) 978-3-642-35966-8 (Online)

Table of contents (48 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

  2. Invited Papers

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      Pages 1-1

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      The Future of Manufacturing Utilizing Tagging Technology

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      Pages 13-32

      Fault Detection in Dynamic Vehicle Routing Operations

  3. Transport Logistics and Dynamic Routing

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      Pages 33-33

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      Pages 35-47

      Knowledge Sharing in Intermodal Transport: A Multi-Agent Based Perspective

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      Pages 49-58

      Emissions Minimization Vehicle Routing Problem in Dependence of Different Vehicle Classes

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      Pages 59-69

      Product Intelligence in Intermodal Transportation: The Dynamic Routing Problem

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      Pages 71-82

      Cargo Telematics for Operational Transport Excellence and Strategic Knowledge Management

  4. Production Logistics and Job Shop Scheduling

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      Pages 83-83

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      Pages 85-91

      Towards an Integrated Production and Outbound Distribution Planning Method

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      Pages 93-112

      Supply Chain Integration by Human-Centred Alignment of Lean Production Systems

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      Pages 113-124

      The Multiple Batch Processing Machine Problem with Stage Specific Incompatible Job Families

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      Pages 125-139

      Scheduling Multiple Batch Processing Machines with Stage Specific Incompatible Job Families

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      Pages 141-150

      A Comparison of Network Characteristics in Metabolic and Manufacturing Systems

  5. Modeling, Simulation, Optimization and Collaboration

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      Pages 151-151

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      Pages 153-162

      Conflicting Optimization Goals in Manufacturing Networks: A Statistical Analysis Based on an Idealized Discrete-Event Model

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      Pages 163-174

      Modeling the Basic Cause-Effect Relationship Between Supply Chain Events and Performance

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      Pages 175-185

      The Importance of Managing Events in a Build-to-Order Supply Chain: A Case Study at a Manufacturer of Agricultural Machinery

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      Pages 187-197

      A Dynamic Approach to Measure the Effect of Postponement Strategy on the Performance of Manufacturing and Logistics Processes

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      Pages 199-210

      Event Management for Uncertainties in Collaborative Production Scheduling and Transportation Planning: A Review

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      Pages 211-220

      Study on the Application of DCOR and SCOR Models for the Sourcing Process in the Mineral Raw Material Industry Supply Chain

  6. Identification Technologies

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      Pages 221-221

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      Pages 223-233

      Service Oriented Platform for RFID-Enabled Real-Time Fleet Advanced Planning and Scheduling in Industrial Parks

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      Pages 235-246

      Towards Agile and Flexible Air Cargo Processes with Localization Based on RFID and Complex Event Processing

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      Pages 247-257

      Smart Agri-Food Logistics: Requirements for the Future Internet

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