Models For Optimal Attachment Of Consumers To Suppliers
Rosen Nikolaev () and
Tanka Milkova ()
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Rosen Nikolaev: University of Economics - Varna
Tanka Milkova: University of Economics - Varna
An Annual Book of University of Economics - Varna, 2012, vol. 84, issue 1, 133-179
The present work is devoted to the study of some possibilities for determining optimalvariants for the attachment of consumers to suppliers in the economic systems of supply of raw materials, prime materials, production, services, etc.There are presented several static models for attaching consumers to suppliers, and there arealso offered some modifications in order to adapt those to real, practical situations. There are designed a general static model for attaching consumers to suppliers and a model accounting for the carryingcapacity of available vehicles, as are done approbations of these models. There are suggested dynamic models for attaching consumers to suppliers, based on: known intensities of production and consumption for the subperiods of the entire planned period; fixed determined demand and the possibility for attachment to a single supplier; equal volume of delivery for all suppliers
Keywords: optimization; attachment of consumers to suppliers; dynamic optimization; minimum cost (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C61 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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