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## A deterministic inventory model for deteriorating items with two warehouses and finite replenishment rate (1992)

Venue: | European Journal of Operational Research |

Citations: | 24 - 0 self |

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A model for an exponentially decaying inventory
- Ghare, Schrader
- 1963
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Citation Context ...on of the fashion goods at the end of prescribed shortage period. Dave and Patel [9] studied a deteriorating inventory with linear increasing demand when shortages are not allowed. Ghare and Schrader =-=[10]-=- addressed the inventory lot-sizing problem with constant demand and deterioration rate. With the help of some mathematical approximations, they developed a simple Economic Order Quantity, EOQ, model.... |

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A generalized EOQ model for items with Weibull distribution
- Philip
- 1974
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Citation Context ...lot-sizing problem with constant demand and deterioration rate. With the help of some mathematical approximations, they developed a simple Economic Order Quantity, EOQ, model. Then, Covert and Philip =-=[11]-=- and Tadikamalla [12] extended Ghare and Schrader’s work by considering variable rate of deterioration. Shah [13] provided a further generalization of all these models by allowing shortages and using ... |

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Inventory Systems
- Naddor
- 1966
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Citation Context ...onment where the demand is assumed to be constant and steady over a finite planning horizon. However, in a realistic product life cycle, demand is increasing with time during the growth phase. Naddor =-=[19]-=- assumed a demand function that increasing in linear proportion with time during the growth phase and analyzed the cost performances of three inventory policies. Mandal [20] studied a EOQ model for We... |

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T, Si) Policy inventory model for deteriorating items with time proportional demand
- Dave, Patel
- 1981
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Citation Context ...ntity, which was generalized by Wilson [7] who introduced a formula to obtain EOQ. Witin [8] considered the deterioration of the fashion goods at the end of prescribed shortage period. Dave and Patel =-=[9]-=- studied a deteriorating inventory with linear increasing demand when shortages are not allowed. Ghare and Schrader [10] addressed the inventory lot-sizing problem with constant demand and deteriorati... |

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Inventory replenishment policy for a linear trend in demand an- analytical solution.
- Donaldson
- 1977
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Citation Context ... general case of a deterministic, time varying demand pattern. The classical no-shortage inventory problem for a linear trend in demand over a finite time horizon was analytically solved by Donaldson =-=[2]-=-. However, Donaldson’s solution procedure was computationally complicated. Silver [3] derived a heuristic for the special case of positive, linear trend in demand and applied it to the problem Donalds... |

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A heuristic for selecting lot size quantities for the case of a deterministic time varying demand rate and discrete opportunities for replenishment
- Silver, Mear
- 1973
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Citation Context ...given to inventory lot-sizing models with deterioration. Inventory problems involving time variable demand patterns have received the attention of several researchers in recent years. Silver and Meal =-=[1]-=- constructed an approximate solution procedure for the general case of a deterministic, time varying demand pattern. The classical no-shortage inventory problem for a linear trend in demand over a fin... |

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A Scientific Routine for Stock Control,”
- Wilson
- 1934
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Citation Context ... the possibilities of shortages and deterioration in inventory were left out of consideration. Harris [6] developed the first inventory model, Economic Order Quantity, which was generalized by Wilson =-=[7]-=- who introduced a formula to obtain EOQ. Witin [8] considered the deterioration of the fashion goods at the end of prescribed shortage period. Dave and Patel [9] studied a deteriorating inventory with... |

18 | An inventory model for deteriorating items with seasonal products and an option of an alternative market.
- Tayal, Singh, et al.
- 2015
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Citation Context ...olding cost and with partial back logging. Hung [23] investigated an inventory model with generalized type demand, deterioration and back order rates. In this paper, we made the work of Mishra et al. =-=[24]-=- more realistic by considering time dependent demand and developed an inventory model for deteriorating items where deterioration rate and holding cost are constants. Shortages are allowed and partial... |

16 | Optimum production lot size model for a system with deteriorating inventory” - Misra - 1975 |

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The EOQ for linear increasing demand - a simple optimal solution.
- Ritchie
- 1984
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Citation Context ...onaldson’s solution procedure was computationally complicated. Silver [3] derived a heuristic for the special case of positive, linear trend in demand and applied it to the problem Donaldson. Ritchie =-=[4]-=- obtained an exact solution, having the simplicity of the EOQ formula, for Donaldson’s problem for linear, increasing demand. Mitra et al. [5] presented a simple procedure for adjusting the economic o... |

9 | A production lot size inventory model for deteriorating items, - Mak - 1982 |

8 | Analysis of Inventory Systems with Deteriorating Item, - Elsayed, Teresi - 1983 |

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An order-level lot size inventory model for deteriorating items
- Shah
- 1977
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Citation Context ..., they developed a simple Economic Order Quantity, EOQ, model. Then, Covert and Philip [11] and Tadikamalla [12] extended Ghare and Schrader’s work by considering variable rate of deterioration. Shah =-=[13]-=- provided a further generalization of all these models by allowing shortages and using a general distribution for the deterioration 86E-ISSN: 2321–9637 Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2014 International J... |

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An inventory model with generalized type demand, deterioration and backorder rates,
- Hung
- 2011
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Citation Context ... ramp-type demand, time dependent deteriorating items with salvage value and shortages and deteriorating inventory model for time dependent demand and holding cost and with partial back logging. Hung =-=[23]-=- investigated an inventory model with generalized type demand, deterioration and back order rates. In this paper, we made the work of Mishra et al. [24] more realistic by considering time dependent de... |

5 | An order-level lot size inventory model for deteriorating items with finite replenishment rate - Heng, Labban, et al. - 1991 |

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A note on deteriorating order quantities with a linear trend in demand.
- Mitra, Cox, et al.
- 1984
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Citation Context ...n demand and applied it to the problem Donaldson. Ritchie [4] obtained an exact solution, having the simplicity of the EOQ formula, for Donaldson’s problem for linear, increasing demand. Mitra et al. =-=[5]-=- presented a simple procedure for adjusting the economic order quantity model for the cases of increasing or decreasing linear trend in demand. In all these models, the possibilities of shortages and ... |

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Deteriorating inventory model for time dependent demand and holding cost with partial backlogging”,
- Mishra, Singh
- 2011
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Citation Context ...phase and analyzed the cost performances of three inventory policies. Mandal [20] studied a EOQ model for Weibull distributed deteriorating items under ramp-ype demand and shortages. Mishra and Singh =-=[21, 22]-=- constructed an inventory model for ramp-type demand, time dependent deteriorating items with salvage value and shortages and deteriorating inventory model for time dependent demand and holding cost a... |

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A Simple inventory decision rule for a linear trend in demand
- SILVER
- 1979
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Citation Context ...age inventory problem for a linear trend in demand over a finite time horizon was analytically solved by Donaldson [2]. However, Donaldson’s solution procedure was computationally complicated. Silver =-=[3]-=- derived a heuristic for the special case of positive, linear trend in demand and applied it to the problem Donaldson. Ritchie [4] obtained an exact solution, having the simplicity of the EOQ formula,... |

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An EOQ Model for Items with Gamma Distribution Deterioration.
- Tadikamalla
- 1978
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Citation Context ...th constant demand and deterioration rate. With the help of some mathematical approximations, they developed a simple Economic Order Quantity, EOQ, model. Then, Covert and Philip [11] and Tadikamalla =-=[12]-=- extended Ghare and Schrader’s work by considering variable rate of deterioration. Shah [13] provided a further generalization of all these models by allowing shortages and using a general distributio... |

2 | An inventory model for deteriorating items Computers Ind - Rafaet, Wolfe, et al. - 1991 |

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LS (2011a) Inventory model for ramp type demand, timedependent deteriorating items with salvage value and shortages
- VK, Singh
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Citation Context ...phase and analyzed the cost performances of three inventory policies. Mandal [20] studied a EOQ model for Weibull distributed deteriorating items under ramp-ype demand and shortages. Mishra and Singh =-=[21, 22]-=- constructed an inventory model for ramp-type demand, time dependent deteriorating items with salvage value and shortages and deteriorating inventory model for time dependent demand and holding cost a... |

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The theory of inventory management, 2 nd edition
- Whitin
- 1957
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Citation Context ...in inventory were left out of consideration. Harris [6] developed the first inventory model, Economic Order Quantity, which was generalized by Wilson [7] who introduced a formula to obtain EOQ. Witin =-=[8]-=- considered the deterioration of the fashion goods at the end of prescribed shortage period. Dave and Patel [9] studied a deteriorating inventory with linear increasing demand when shortages are not a... |

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An EOQ model for Weibull distributed deteriorating items under ramp type demand and shortages
- Mandal
- 2010
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Citation Context ...g the growth phase. Naddor [19] assumed a demand function that increasing in linear proportion with time during the growth phase and analyzed the cost performances of three inventory policies. Mandal =-=[20]-=- studied a EOQ model for Weibull distributed deteriorating items under ramp-ype demand and shortages. Mishra and Singh [21, 22] constructed an inventory model for ramp-type demand, time dependent dete... |