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Appendix

  • Christoph Karrer
Chapter
Part of the Management for Professionals book series (MANAGPROF)

List of Figures

1.1 Structure of the book

2.1 Scope of PCS within overall planning (Adapted from Stadtler and Kilger 2008)

2.2 Push and pull mechanics (Adapted from Hopp and Spearman 2008)

2.3 Illustration of a two-stage Kanban system (Liberopoulos and Dallery 2000)

2.4 Illustration of a two-stage Basestock system (Liberopoulos and Dallery 2000)

2.5 The order penetration point (Adapted from Alicke 2005)

2.6 Influence of the PCS on operational performance

2.7 Illustration of the trade-off between WIP and productivity (Nyhuis and Wiendahl 1999)

2.8 Segmentation of PCS related literature

2.9 Taxonomy of PCS related literature

2.10 Illustration of vertically and horizontally integrated PCS

2.11 Illustration of a Kanban system within a serial three-step production line

2.12 Illustration of a CONWIP system

2.13 Illustration of a combined Kanban/CONWIP system

2.14 Illustration of a production line with arbitrary pull loops

2.15 Illustration of the EKCS (Dallery and Liberopoulos 2000)

2.16 Illu...

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Probability Density Function Forecast Error Residual Plot Probability Density Function Triangular Distribution 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.McKinsey & Company, Inc.MünchenGermany

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