Book 2017

Dynamic and Seamless Integration of Production, Logistics and Traffic

Fundamentals of Interdisciplinary Decision Support

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ISBN: 978-3-319-41095-1 (Print) 978-3-319-41097-5 (Online)

Table of contents (10 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Chapter

    Pages 1-9

    Interdisciplinary Research in Production, Logistics and Traffic: Introduction to Dynamo PLV and Overview of the Book

  3. Fundamentals of Interdisciplinary Research in Production, Logistics and Traffic

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 11-11

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      Chapter

      Pages 13-30

      Interdisciplinary Decisions in Production, Logistics, and Traffic and Transport: Measures for Overcoming Barriers in Interdisciplinary Decision-Making

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      Chapter

      Pages 31-47

      The Interdisciplinary Decision Map: A Reference Model for Production, Logistics and Traffic

  4. Interdisciplinarity from a Domain Specific Perspective of Production, Logistics and Traffic

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 49-49

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      Chapter

      Pages 51-82

      Flexible Design of Lean Production Systems in Response to Fluctuations Due to Logistics and Traffic

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      Chapter

      Pages 83-104

      Simulation-Based Assessment of Lean Production Methods: Approaches to Increase Volume and Variant Flexibility

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      Chapter

      Pages 105-118

      Revenue Sharing Between Production, Logistics and Traffic: An Experimental Analysis of the Actors in Distribution Logistics

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      Chapter

      Pages 119-144

      Supply Chain Risk Management in the Automotive Industry: Cross-Functional and Multi-tier Perspectives

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      Chapter

      Pages 145-161

      Temporal Shifts in Freight Traffic: Estimating the Potential to Improve Traffic Quality on German Highways with Temporal Shifts of Heavy Traffic

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      Chapter

      Pages 163-184

      Freight Transport Demand Management: Influencing the Freight Transport Demand Within Traffic Management

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      Chapter

      Pages 185-207

      Implications for Freight Transport Demand Modelling from Interdisciplinary Research: Developing a Concept for Modelling Freight Transport Within Supply Networks of the Automotive Industry