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Circular Variable Work In Process

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This work is focused on identifying a circular pull production control system (PPCS) and make emphasis on the presence of a stability attribute. It is an introductory paper to an extended study of macroeconomic financial stability in a physically open but systemic closed system. Previous work has been focused on achieving a balance between system failures and work in process inventory levels, under a particular risk allowance and a particular environmental scenario. This work establishes a thesis stating that a metaheuristics approach to PPCS will harvest benefits not possibly considered when optimizing a local process.

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  • Luis Vildosola, 2002. "Circular Variable Work In Process," Macroeconomics 0203004, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpma:0203004 Note: Type of Document - MS-WORD; prepared on IBM PC; to print on ANY; pages: 9; figures: included. This is a lightly modified edition to the original EJOR submission for review(not accepted for being out of their expertise)
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    1. Luis Vildosola, 1998. "Economia sintetica," GE, Growth, Math methods 9805002, EconWPA.
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    Metaheuristics; Global optimization; Kanban; Conwip; Base Stock;

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