Steffen C. Eickemeyer

Publications

4 Information Fusion as a Means of Forecasting Expenditures for Regenerating Complex Investment Goods

Authors: Peter Nyhuis, Steffen C. Eickemeyer, Tim Borcherding, Hannover

Abstract:

Planning capacities when regenerating complex investment goods involves particular challenges in that the planning is subject to a large degree of uncertainty regarding load information. Using information fusion – by applying Bayesian Networks – a method is being developed for forecasting the anticipated expenditures (human labor, tool and machinery utilization, time etc.) for regenerating a good. The generated forecasts then later serve as a tool for planning capacities and ensure a greater stability in the planning processes.

Keywords: Forecasting, capacity planning, Information Fusion, Regeneration, Bayesian networks, complex investment goods, damages library

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3 Dynamically Monitoring Production Methods for Identifying Structural Changes relevant to Logistics

Authors: Peter Nyhuis, Marco Kennemann, Steffen C. Eickemeyer

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Due to the growing dynamic and complexity within the market environment production enterprises in particular are faced with new logistic challenges. Moreover, it is here in this dynamic environment that the Logistic Operating Curve Theory also reaches its limits as a method for describing the correlations between the logistic objectives. In order to convert this theory into a method for dynamically monitoring productions this paper will introduce methods for reliably and quickly identifying structural changes relevant to logistics.

Keywords: Dynamics, Production Planning and Control, Logistic Operating Curves, Production Logistics

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2 Dynamics In Production Processes

Authors: Peter Nyhuis, Marco Kennemann, Steffen C. Eickemeyer

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An increasingly dynamic and complex environment poses huge challenges to production enterprises, especially with regards to logistics. The Logistic Operating Curve Theory, developed at the Institute of Production Systems and Logistics (IFA) of the Leibniz University of Hanover, is a recognized approach to describing logistic interactions, nevertheless, it reaches its limits when it comes to the dynamic aspects. In order to facilitate a timely and optimal Logistic Positioning a method is developed for quickly and reliably identifying dynamic processing states.

Keywords: Dynamics, Production Planning and Control, Production Logistics, Logistic Operating Curves

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1 Efficient Supplies to Assembly Areas from Storage Stages

Authors: Matthias Schmidt, Steffen C. Eickemeyer, Prof. Peter Nyhuis

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Guaranteeing the availability of the required parts at the scheduled time represents a key logistical challenge. This is especially important when several parts are required together. This article describes a tool that supports the positioning in the area of conflict between low stock costs and a high service level for a consumer.

Keywords: Manufacturing Systems, Systems Modeling, Simulation & Control, logistics and supply chain management

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