This technical note provides the structure of a policy minimizing a long term, average, expected, backlog/inventory cost for a fluid model, single machine, single product manufacturing system subject to a failure/repair Markov process, where the failure rate is a piecewise constant function of the production rate. This policy generalizes previous results and confirms several conjectures reported in the literature, providing an interesting insight into the problem.

Martinelli, F. (2010). Manufacturing systems with a production dependent failure rate: Structure of optimality. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL, 55(10), 2401-2406 [10.1109/TAC.2010.2054790].

Manufacturing systems with a production dependent failure rate: Structure of optimality

MARTINELLI, FRANCESCO
2010

Abstract

This technical note provides the structure of a policy minimizing a long term, average, expected, backlog/inventory cost for a fluid model, single machine, single product manufacturing system subject to a failure/repair Markov process, where the failure rate is a piecewise constant function of the production rate. This policy generalizes previous results and confirms several conjectures reported in the literature, providing an interesting insight into the problem.
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Settore ING-INF/04 - Automatica
English
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Markov processes, production dependent failure rates, threshold policies, unreliable systems.
Martinelli, F. (2010). Manufacturing systems with a production dependent failure rate: Structure of optimality. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATIC CONTROL, 55(10), 2401-2406 [10.1109/TAC.2010.2054790].
Martinelli, F
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