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Conference Interdisciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic (4th : 2019 : Dortmund, Germany)
Title Advances in production, logistics and traffic : proceedings of the 4th Interdisciplinary Conference on Production Logistics and Traffic 2019 / Uwe Clausen, Sven Langkau, Felix Kreuz, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, [2019]

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Conference Interdisciplinary Conference on Production, Logistics and Traffic (4th : 2019 : Dortmund, Germany)
Series Lecture notes in logistics.
Lecture notes in logistics.
Subject Business logistics -- Congresses.
Physical distribution of goods -- Management -- Congresses.
Production engineering -- Congresses.
Alt Name Clausen, Uwe.
Langkau, Sven, 1980-
Kreuz, Felix.
Description 1 online resource.
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Summary The series of Interdisciplinary Conferences on Production, Logistics and Traffic (ICPLT) address the research community as well as practitioners in these fields with special attention to links and interfaces between the three disciplines. The fourth ICPLT in particular deals with technology from intralogistics to automated trucking driving as well as the societal aspects of commercial transport. To contribute to a high-level and beneficial exchange between authorities in politics and municipalities with researchers and practitioners in production and logistics management the ICPLT has asked for contributions from the three disciplines to better understand innovative technologies, best practises and latest results. These contributions have been evaluated and selected based on a double-blind review process to become part of this book. It comprises 21 contributions examining trends and challenges for commercial transport as the essential link for production, logistics and society. Therefore, innovative technologies and strategies are presented and discussed to better understand the interdependencies, conflicts of interest and to develop feasible solutions. Topics Simulation & Optimization in Production and Logistics Freight Transport Demand Modelling Intralogistics & Logistics Facilities Policy & Human Factors Production & Maintenance Supply Chain Management Sustainable Logistics & Energy Target Groups Representatives of public authorities, municipalities & politics Actors of sectoral, transport & spatial planning Actors of production & logistics Researchers in the disciplines production, logistics, transport & spatial planning.
Note Includes author index.
Print version record.
Contents Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Scientific Committee of 4th ICPLT 2019; Organization Committee of 4th ICPLT 2019; Chair of 4th ICPLT 2019; Contents; Simulation of an Optimized Last-Mile Parcel Delivery Network Involving Delivery Robots; 1 Introduction; 2 Literature Review; 2.1 Simulation of Urban Delivery; 2.2 Optimization; 3 Problem Description; 4 Optimization; 4.1 Truck Delivery Tour; 4.2 Robot Parcel Tour; 5 Simulation Model; 5.1 Functional Requirements; 5.2 Implementation; 6 Experimentation and Results; 7 Conclusion and Outlook; References
Stack Shuffling Optimization of Steel Bars by Using Genetic AlgorithmsAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Method for Reducing the Number of Necessary Reshuffles Using Genetic Algorithm; 2.1 Heuristics for Selection of Reachable SSBs and Suitable Empty Slots; 2.1.1 Heuristics for SSB Selection; 2.1.2 Selection of an Empty Slot Heuristics; 2.2 The Genetic Algorithm; 3 Results; 4 Conclusions; References; Decoupling the Modeling of Actions in Logistics Networks from the Underlying Simulation Data Model; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Related Work; 2.1 Logistics Networks; 2.2 Data in Logistics Networks
2.3 Database Systems2.4 Logistics Assistance Systems; 2.5 Logistics Assistance System for Wholesale Logistics Networks; 3 Decoupling Actions from the Underlying Data Model; 4 Implementation and Results; 4.1 Nomenclature and Structure of the Enterprise-Specific Data Model; 4.2 Extensibility and Interchangeability of the Underlying Simulation Data Model; 5 Conclusion and Outlook; References; Agent-Based Simulation in Logistics and Supply Chain Research: Literature Review and Analysis; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Agent-Based Simulation; 3 Methodology; 3.1 Classification Framework
3.1.1 Problem Description3.1.2 Modeling Approach; 3.1.3 Maturity; 4 Results; 4.1 Distribution Among the Categories; 5 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Acceptance of Technology Implementation in Industrial Intralogistics; 1 Introduction; 2 Acceptance; 2.1 On the Concept of Acceptance; 2.2 Core Elements of Acceptance; 2.3 Dimensions of Acceptance; 2.4 Models and Systematics for Acceptance; 2.5 Factors Influencing the Formation of (in- )Acceptance; 3 Concept and Method of the Research; 4 Empirical Findings; 4.1 Inform; 4.2 Include; 4.3 Intermingle; 5 Outlook; References
Premises for Truck Sharing in General Cargo Cooperatives -- An Exploratory Case Study ResearchAbstract; 1 Motivation; 1.1 Road Freight Transportation -- An Industry Under Pressure; 1.2 Road Freight Transportation -- An Industry that Could Benefit of Sharing Economy Showcases; 1.3 Truck Sharing -- Providing the Industry a Versatile Range of Advantages; 2 A Short Review of Relevant Literature Leading to the Research Gap; 3 Methodology; 4 Analysis; 4.1 Mindset of Sharing Resources; 4.2 Data Security; 4.3 Legal Liability; 4.4 Financial Contribution System; 4.5 Reputation of the Sharing Platform
ISBN 9783030135355 (electronic bk.)
3030135357 (electronic bk.)
9783030135362 (print)
9783030135379 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-13535-5
OCLC # 1089006902
Additional Format Print version: 3030135349 9783030135348 (OCoLC)1082964139.

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