On-Line Monitoring of Random Stocks of Divisible Productions in Interrelated Warehouses


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In the given work two stochastic continuous mathematical models for determining the random volumes of current stock are constructed and investigated. This stochastic models describe the dynamics of current stock of divisible homogeneous (the first model) and heterogeneous (the second model) productions at several interconnected warehouses.



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S. E. Guseynov "On-Line Monitoring of Random Stocks of Divisible Productions in Interrelated Warehouses", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 222, pp. 333-336, 2011

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April 2011




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