Hans P. M. Veeke "Simulation Integrated Design for Logistics "
Delft Univ Pr | 2003-10 | ISBN:9040724172 | 262 pages | PDF | 1,2 Mb
This is a Ph.D. thesis. The design of an innovative logistic system is a complex problem in which many different disciplines are involved. Each discipline developed its own way of conceptual modelling for a logistic system based on a mono disciplinary perception. It usually leads to a communication problem between the different disciplines and consequently to expectations of the performance that don't correspond with reality. In this thesis a basic system approach is used to define a conceptual model of a logistic system that can be used by all disciplines involved as a common reference of the design. A combination of a soft and a hard systems approach leads to a conceptual model in which the problem is formulated in terms of required performances and process structures. The logisitic system is modeled as a structure of functions around three flows: orders, products and resources. The model evolves during the design project and is an enduring supporting tool for decision making with a clear relation to the systems objectives. This process-performance model is formulated in interdisciplinary terms and thereby enables the communication between different disciplines.
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