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Arrival first queueing networks with applications in kanban production systems

Richard J. Boucherie, Xiuli Chao, Masakiyo Miyazawa
2003 Performance evaluation (Print)  
In this paper we introduce a new class of queueing networks called arrival first networks.  ...  (push system), in an arrival first network a transition is initiated by the destination nodes of the items and subsequently those items are processed at and removed from the originating nodes (pull system  ...  Application In this section, we model the kanban production system as a pull network and apply our results in earlier sections to analyze it.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-5316(02)00090-1 fatcat:vdry7wxxqrg5xlrwvedljkyie4

Coupling of the synchronization stations of an Extended Kanban system

Leandros A. Maglaras
2015 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems  
In this paper, an approximate method for estimating the performance of the synchronization stations of an Extended Kanban production system is developed.  ...  Unlike other Kanban type systems, the analysis in isolation of each synchronization station gives inaccurate results due to the simultaneous arrival of requests at all stations.  ...  Acknowledgement.The author would like to thank Max Harris for his help in editing and proofreading this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4108/inis.2.4.e5 fatcat:z7w3cdmbmbfo7lga2nbij6swvm

General Open and Closed Queueing Networks with Blocking: A Unified Framework for Approximation

Mark Vroblefski, R. Ramesh, Stanley Zionts
2000 INFORMS journal on computing  
Directions for future research are presented, with a focus on critical application areas such as packet-switching-network design and cellular manufacturing.  ...  In this paper, we develop a unified framework for approximating open and closed queueing networks under any general blocking protocol by extending and generalizing the approximation algorithm for open  ...  We are also indebted to Sid Jagabandhu for his help with modeling some of the blocking systems.  ... 
doi:10.1287/ijoc.12.4.299.11878 fatcat:k26ioodjinfslkiw6oliwswexq

A Simulation Optimisation Tool and Its Production/Inventory Control Application

D. Katsios, A. S. Xanthopoulos, D. E. Koulouriotis, A. Kiatipis
2018 International Journal of Simulation Modelling  
Secondly, we examine a novel, multiobjective problem pertaining to a stochastic manufacturing system which involves production control and job routing decisions.  ...  For the purposes of this research, we developed the open-source software JSOptimizer that can be used to optimise simulation models of complex engineering systems built with JaamSim.  ...  Figure 4 : 4 Figure 4: Queueing network model of a Kanban system with four stages in series and three parallel workstations in each stage.  ... 
doi:10.2507/ijsimm17(2)425 fatcat:iiq2m5h7gvdhzmdlcvs34vmop4

Page 241 of The Journal of the Operational Research Society Vol. 47, Issue 2 [page]

1996 The Journal of the Operational Research Society  
> developed a linked queueing network model to describe the behaviour of a kanban- controlled production system.  ...  M/M/1 queues with bulk service.  ... 

Extended kanban control system: combining kanban and base stock

YVES DALLERY, GEORGE LIBEROPOULOS
2000 IIE Transactions  
The dynamics of the EKCS are described, in particular, in relation to the dynamics of the Generalized Kanban Control System (GKCS), a known control mechanism that also includes the Kanban and Base Stock  ...  The EKCS is a combination of the classical Kanban and Base Stock control systems and includes each system as a special case.  ...  Extended kanban control system This section describes the Extended Kanban Control System (EKCS). Figure 2 shows the queueing network model of an EKCS having x stages in series.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07408170008963914 fatcat:flyiehzhlnafnisc6lemo2vub4

A performance comparison of single product kanban control systems

Alvin Ang
2015 International Journal of Production Management and Engineering  
This paper presents a simulation experiment comparing the Single Stage, Single Product Base Stock (BS), Traditional Kanban Control System (TKCS) and Extended Kanban Control System (EKCS).  ...  The results showed that BS incurs the highest cost in all scenarios; while EKCS is found to be effective only in a very niche scenario.  ...  Their paper proposed a reactive Just-In-Time (JIT) ordering system for multi-stage production systems with unstable changes in demand.  ... 
doi:10.4995/ijpme.2015.3038 fatcat:tcmlfo4ourgytd5mvljnu7z4vu

Performance Evaluation Models for Single-item Periodic Pull Production Systems

Nureddin Kirkavak, Cemal Dinçer
1996 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
The first and the last sub-systems are atypical since, in the first sub-system, the raw material input is assumed to be infinite and in the last stage the Poisson demand arrivals for the finished product  ...  Buzacott25 developed a linked queueing network model to describe the behaviour of a kanbancontrolled production system.  ... 
doi:10.1057/jors.1996.22 fatcat:eo3sbfscojg4dm2rvnd4gbtrz4

Simulation optimisation of pull control policies for serial manufacturing lines and assembly manufacturing systems using genetic algorithms

D.E. Koulouriotis, A.S. Xanthopoulos, V.D. Tourassis
2010 International Journal of Production Research  
In this paper we extend the application of the Base Stock, Kanban, CONWIP, CONWIP/Kanban Hybrid and finally the Extended Kanban production control policies to assembly systems that produce final products  ...  The systems are depicted as queuing networks with synchronization stations, a notion borrowed by Liberopoulos and .  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540802603759 fatcat:nnlj2wnntfcphiz26fw5asutgm

Performance analysis of an automated production system with queue length dependent service rates

T. Al-Hawari, F. Aqlan, O. Al-Araidah
2010 International Journal of Simulation Modelling  
The system under consideration represents an attempt of modeling a Kanban controlled production system where the station production rates are dependent on product queue lengths.  ...  In this paper, a simulation model is built to analyze the performance of a pull type (Kanban) automated production system with a continuous supply of raw materials and generally distributed demand and  ...  The system discussed in this study differs from the systems discussed in previous studies in that the station production rates are dependent on product queue lengths and the inter-arrival and service times  ... 
doi:10.2507/ijsimm09(4)2.168 fatcat:f5zg4f7nvfcbfooacaptkc5b2y

Optimisation of multi-stage supply chain systems by integrated simulation-variable neighbourhood search algorithm

Ali Azadeh, Ali Zahedi Anaraki, Sara Motevali Haghighi, Zahra Jiryaei, Fatemeh Nadarlou
2015 International Journal of Services and Operations Management  
In the kanban system, decision making is based on determination of batch size for each kanban.  ...  This paper simulates supply chain system regarding the costs under just-in-time (JIT) production philosophy.  ...  queue length, because there is more than one queue in the system), in the i th chromosome and in the practical JIT system, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijsom.2015.068699 fatcat:vn4ffcosd5cnldchwercz4wi5u

Total WIP and WIP mix for a CONWIP controlled job shop

SARAH M. RYAN, F. FRED CHOOBINEH
2003 IIE Transactions  
In contrast to pure pull policies, for which much research has concerned the appropriate number of production authorizations (kanbans) to place in circulation, CONWIP research on this decision has been  ...  In addition, the development and analysis of this control policy has focused on flow lines or assembly systems.  ...  Acknowledgement 1 This work was supported in part by NSF grants DMI-9701403 (Ryan) and . Additional support was provided by the Layman Fund at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07408170304387 fatcat:56dxptq3rfekrk652vghojfssm

Use of path algebra tools for a unified description of a large class of pull control policies

M. Di Mascolo, J.-M. Bollon
2011 International Journal of Production Research  
Many pull policies can be found in the literature for controlling multistage production/inventory systems.  ...  systems producing batches.  ...  Queueing network model of a two-stage production system controlled with an echelon kanban policy global transfer of information for the echelon kanban policy.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540903413678 fatcat:gnwihoqgb5h4lfco5rs7ou3y2q

A stochastic model of an unreliable kanban production system

Harald Schmidbauer, Angi Rösch
1994 OR spectrum  
n many production and logistics systems the leadtime distribution of the transported products and goods plays a major role for what concerns the system performances.  ...  This paper presents an analytical model to exactly determine the lead-time distribution in closed loop systems and to compute the correspondent costs by means of discrete-time Markov chains. n vielen Produktions-und  ...  For instance, [Epp16] introduced a methodology to compute the lead-time distribution in closed queueing networks with an arbitrary topology and arbitrary distribution of the server service times.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01719472 fatcat:co7u4ojfzrdnfnukhjrhzpxmpy

Results-based Production Ordering Systems : A Review and Research Issues

Katsuhiko TAKAHASHI, Katsumi MORIKAWA
2011 Journal of Japan Industrial Management Association  
Results-based production ordering systems <RBPOSs) are production ordering systems that only use the information from actual results, that is, from actual production, actuat demand, and!  ...  Key words: ordering system, Kanban system, CONWIP, base stock system, DBR questions still haven't been solved.  ...  items waiting in the queue.  ... 
doi:10.11221/jima.62.109 fatcat:7pwmdnnva5dhfelz3b4l3lvoq4
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