### Table 4: Optimal pricing under various inventory levels.

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### Table 4: Optimal pricing under various inventory levels.

2006

### Table 5 Enforcing tighter upper bounds for optimal replenishment cycle lengths - Partial solution in Table 4, underlined figures are closing inventory levels of the optimal policy

"... In PAGE 15: ... We now consider the partial solution shown in Table 4. Table5 shows the reduced domains obtained when we enforce tighter upper bounds for optimal replenishment cycle lengths con- sidering the partial solution in Table 4. From Theorem 1 it directly follows that the filtering is performed by removing from decision variables domains (Table 3) values that do not appear in Table 5, which contains the computed reduced domains with respect to the partial solution given.... In PAGE 15: ... Table 5 shows the reduced domains obtained when we enforce tighter upper bounds for optimal replenishment cycle lengths con- sidering the partial solution in Table 4. From Theorem 1 it directly follows that the filtering is performed by removing from decision variables domains (Table 3) values that do not appear in Table5 , which contains the computed reduced domains with respect to the partial solution given. We shall now see in details how feasible expected closing-inventory-levels in the reduced domains (Table 5) are computed for the first 5 periods.... In PAGE 15: ... From Theorem 1 it directly follows that the filtering is performed by removing from decision variables domains (Table 3) values that do not appear in Table 5, which contains the computed reduced domains with respect to the partial solution given. We shall now see in details how feasible expected closing-inventory-levels in the reduced domains ( Table5 ) are computed for the first 5 periods. In the given partial solution we place an order in period 1 but not in period 2.... ..."

### Table 7 Effect of pre-processing method I in [24] on the smaller instance with merged periods, underlined figures are closing inventory levels of the optimal pol- icy

"... In PAGE 21: ...1 when in the given partial solution no decision variable has been assigned to a value. The re- duced domains are shown in Table7 . From the reduced domains in Table... ..."

### Table 4: In uence of capacity on optimal vanilla con gurations and inventory.

1998

"... In PAGE 17: ... (2) In order to understand the e ect of capacity, we varied it in steps. We observe the following stages as capacity is increased ( Table4 is a typical example): (a) the inventory of the vanilla boxes increase, but the con guration does not change; (b) the con guration changes, with the vanilla box typically having less number of components; (c) the inventory level reduces but the con guration does not change. Our intuition is as follows.... ..."

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### Table II. Note that q is the reorder quantity while r is the reorder point. From the table, it is clear that a reorder point of 2 and a reorder quantity of 18 are optimal. This means we do not reorder until the inventory position (inventory level at the retail store plus the quantity already ordered) goes lower than 2 and when that happens, we place a replenishment order for a quantity of 18. This is a fairly counter-intuitive result, which shows the complex nature of interactions that govern the dynamics of the system.

### Table 4: Target inventory level, 2 = 25:1, b = 9. upper limit

in The Effects of Load Smoothing on Inventory Levels in a Capacitated Production and Inventory System

"... In PAGE 28: ... We calculated the optimal target levels for the same combinations of mean and variance of demand, upper and lower production limits given in the previous section, with a holding cost h = 1 and backorder cost b = f9; 99g. Table4 gives target inventory levels for the case when the variance of demand 2 = 25:1 and the backorder cost b = 9. Observe that as the upper production limit is increased, corresponding to greater production capacity, the target inventory level decreases.... ..."

### Table 3: Inventory at the Base Level

"... In PAGE 4: ... Once a failed aircraft completes the systems check, the model performs an inventory check for the failed parts associated with that aircraft. Inventory levels at the bases and at the depot are modeled using two sepa- rate matrices, similar to those shown in Table3 and Table 4. These matrices will be referred to as the base inventory matrix and the depot inventory matrix, respectively.... In PAGE 4: ... These matrices will be referred to as the base inventory matrix and the depot inventory matrix, respectively. The number in each cell of Table3 and Table 4 repre- sents the number of spare parts of a given SRU type that Table 3: Inventory at the Base Level ... ..."

### Table 3: An Inventory with Higher-Level Modules

1996

"... In PAGE 6: ...4x105 106 108 109 8 104 8316 3.6x105 107 108 109 The inventory could consist of limbs, or higher-level modules, instead of individual modules, see Table3 . The design space for an inventory using higher level Table 3: An Inventory with Higher-Level Modules... ..."

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### Table 1: We follow the notation established so far: h = (h1; h2; h3) denotes the vector of inventory costs for the products 1; 2; 3, respectively, = ( 1; 2; 3) are the desirable service levels for the stockout probabilities, = ( (1); (2); (3)) denotes the optimal priority ordering as derived by the procedure in Section 9, and w = (w (1); w (2); w (3)) is the hedging point required to maintain the service levels (given by Eq. (34)). To obtain the asymptotic constants aj (cf. Eq. (35)), required to calculate and w, we used the approximation for E[Lj] reported in Section 8.

"... In PAGE 21: ... We rst want to examine the accuracy of the procedure we proposed in Section 9 to select the priority policy which minimizes the expected inventory cost and satis es the service level constraints. Table1 presents some numerical results. In all cases reported, the optimal ordering given in the table is identical to the one obtained by comparing simulated values for the expected inventory costs when the hedging point is xed to the value w given in the table.... ..."