Supply Chain Simulation: A Survey

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Kleijnen, J.P.C.;
  • Publisher: Operations research
  • Subject: bifurcation | simulation | supply chain management | simulation;logistics;performance measurement;risk analysis;uncertainty;bifurcation;supply chain management | simulation; logistics; performance measurement; risk analysis; uncertainty; bifurcation; supply chain management | logistics | uncertainty | performance measurement | risk analysis

This paper provides a survey of simulation in supply chain management.It reviews four types of simulation, namely spreadsheet simulation, system dynamics, discreteevent simulation, and business games.Which simulation type should be applied, depends on the type of manage... View more
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