The aim of optimization of store management is not

\r\nonly designing the situation of store management itself including its

\r\nequipment, technology and operation. In optimization of store

\r\nmanagement we need to consider also synchronizing of

\r\ntechnological, transport, store and service operations throughout the

\r\nwhole process of logistic chain in such a way that a natural flow of

\r\nmaterial from provider to consumer will be achieved the shortest

\r\npossible way, in the shortest possible time in requested quality and

\r\nquantity and with minimum costs. The paper deals with the

\r\napplication of the queuing theory for optimization of warehouse

\r\nprocesses. The first part refers to common information about the

\r\nproblematic of warehousing and using mathematical methods for

\r\nlogistics chains optimization. The second part refers to preparing a

\r\nmodel of a warehouse within queuing theory. The conclusion of the

\r\npaper includes two examples of using queuing theory in praxis.<\/p>\r\n","references":"[1] Camaj, J., Dolinayova, A., Lalinska, J., Bariak, M.: The Technological\r\nProblem of Simulation of the Logistics Centre. IN: ICLT 2015 : 17th\r\nInternational Conference on Logistics and Transportation on April, 8-9,\r\n2015 at Dubai, UAE. World Academy of Science, Engineering and\r\nTechnology, International Science Index, Economics and Management\r\nEngineering, eISSN: 1307-6892, p. 2613-2617.\r\n[2] Camaj, J., Lalinska, J., Masek, J.: Simulations of continental logistics\r\ncentre from the perspective of technologist. IN: ICIMSA 2014\r\nInternational Conference on Industrial Engineering, Management\r\nScience and Applications 2014. Proceeding book of conference. Beijing:\r\nIEEE, 2014. p. 305-308.. ISBN 978-1-4799-6541-0.\r\n[3] Camaj J, Dolinayova, A,: The organization of the wagon flows with\r\nrespect to the economic criteria of railways companies. In: LOGI 2011:\r\n12th international scientific conference, November 24th, 2011 in\r\nPardubice. Czech Republic - ISBN 978-80-263-0094-6. p. 140-148.\r\n[4] Ga\u0161parik, J., Me\u0161ko, P., Zitrick\u00fd, V.: Role of rail cargo companies in\r\nlogistic chains. In: Railway logistics and rail cargo: proceedings of the\r\n5th SoNorA University Think Tank Conference: 17th of June 2010,\r\n(Erfurt). Erfurt: Institut Verkehr und Raum der Fachhochschule Erfurt,\r\n2010. S. 19-26. ISSN 1868-8411.\r\n[5] Sztrik, J.: Basic Queueing Theory University of Debrecen, Faculty of\r\nInformatics,\r\n[6] Kendra M., Lalinska J., Camaj, J.: Optimization of transport and\r\nlogistics processes by simulation. In: ISTEC: 3rd international science,\r\ntechnology and engineering conference, December 13-14-15, 2012,\r\nDubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). - ISSN 2116-7383. - p. 886-892.\r\n[7] Klapita, V., Ma\u0161ek, J.: Processes solution in the warehouse by the\r\nqueueing theory application. In: Horizons of railway transport: scientific\r\npapers. Vol. 3, no. 1 (2012), s. 64-69. ISSN 1338-287X.\r\n[8] Ma\u0161ek, J., Zitrick\u00fd, V.: Systematic design of stores as part of the\r\nlogistics, In: LOGI 2010: 11th international scientific conference,\r\nNovember 19th, 2010, Pardubice, Czech Republic, Brno: Tribun EU,\r\n2010. ISBN 978-80-7399-205-7.\r\n[9] Sundarapandian, V. \"7. Queueing Theory\". Probability, Statistics and\r\nQueueing Theory. PHI Learning (2009). ISBN 8120338448.\r\n[10] Beasley, J. E.: Operations research - notes. Brunel University, West\r\nLondon. http:\/\/people.brunel.ac.uk\/~mastjjb\/jeb\/or\/contents.html\r\n[11] Penttinen A.: Chapter 8 \u2013 Queueing Systems, Lecture Notes: S-38.145 -\r\nIntroduction to Teletraffic Theory.\r\n[12] Harchol-Balter, M.: Scheduling: Non-Preemptive, Size-Based Policies.\r\nPerformance Modeling and Design of Computer Systems. (2012) p. 499.","publisher":"World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology","index":"Open Science Index 107, 2015"}