A Production Model for Deteriorating Inventory Items with Production Disruptions

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He, Yong; He, Ju;
(2010)

Disruption management has recently become an active area of research. In this study, an extension is made to consider the fact that some products may deteriorate during storage. A production-inventory model for deteriorating items with production disruptions is develope... View more
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