InventoryModel Package allows the determination of the optimal policy in terms of the number of orders to apply in the most common inventory problems. Moreover, the allocations proposed in the literature can be obtained from the determination of the cost associated games.
This package incorporates the functions
EOQcoo which computes the
optimal policy in a EOQ model. For studying the optimal orders and costs in a EPQ model, functions
EPQcoo can be used. The package includes the function
SOC for the SOC allocation rule. For inventory transportation system (STI), the functions
reglalineacoalitional implement the associated games to these situations and their allocation rule (line rule). The function
mfoc calculates the optimal order and its associated cost to model with fixed order cost (MFOC). Shapley value can be obtained for these class of games with the function
shapley\_mfoc. The basic EOQ system without holding costs and with transportation cost (MCT) can be studied with the functions
twolines (allocation rule). This package includes the function
mwhc for models without holding costs (MWHC) and the function
mwhc2c when two suppliers are considered with differents costs of the product.
Maintainer: Alejandro Saavedra-Nieves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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