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Inventory Models with management perspective are vitally important to almost any type of industry. Investments in raw materials, qualitative goods, space, budget, fuzzy system costs, spare parts, variable ordering cost, percentage carrying cost, allowing costs for promotion of the finished products, disposal cost of deteriorated items can lead to high operating costs, and decreased production efficiency if these are not controlled. This book focuses on the problems of inventory models with management perspective in small-scale or large-scale manufacturing industries and discusses different EOQ and Fuzzy EOQ model to optimize the available resources with constraints. It also examines sensitivity analysis, comparative analysis and critically reviews of their performance in the area of inventory control in crisp and fuzzy decision space. The book is designed as a text on Inventory Models: A Management perspective for PG pursuing courses in Commerce, Mathematics, Statistics, Management, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial/Production Engineering. It is also suitable for all those studying for professional qualifications such as CA, ICWA, IMBA, MBA, MCA, MFC and CS.
Chapter one deals with the general concepts involved in this work, scope and limitations, technique used to solve the problem with mathematical tools. Chapter two defines inventory problems, birth of inventory and various inventory models. Chapter three investigate a two stage partial trade credit policy with deteriorating items, where we determined the optimal cycle time. In chapter four two opportunity of permissible delay in payments with incremental and cash discount scheme are discussed in two sections respectively. Chapter five examines two stage credit policies with imperfect items where the determination of optimal ordering policies for retailer is prepared. Two stages of economic production quantity model with limited storage space are analyzed algebraically in chapter Six. In chapter seven two cases of variation in production corresponding to variation in demand and variation in production with variation in demand are discussed. Chapter eight deal with optimal ordering policies for retailers with different types of demand under progressive payment scheme.
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