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GENERAL REMARKS ON PLANNING
THE IMPORTANCE OF MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
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arithmetic code assembly assortment assume autocorrelation average demand batch sizes buffer stock Camp's formula capacity changeover costs chart code number coefficient of variation components concerned decision rules defined delivery demand figures discussed dynamic programming effect employed end products established example expected costs expected demand exponential distribution factor frequency distribution gamma distribution given Goudriaan Introduction to Production inventory control inventory costs involved iteration lead lognormal distribution Lorenz curve machine material means method of calculation month necessary nomogram normal distribution number of articles number of orders number of products obtained optimum batch order quantity ordering costs parameters period phase planning Poisson distribution possible problem procedure Production and Inventory production level production process re-order level re-ordering system relationship result ro TP situation solution specific standard deviation stock level stock points stockout strategy supplier TABLE tion unit value function variable costs week