Optimization in the Natural Sciences: 30th Euro by Alexander Plakhov, Tatiana Tchemisova, Adelaide Freitas

By Alexander Plakhov, Tatiana Tchemisova, Adelaide Freitas

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the thirtieth Euro Mini-Conference, EmC-ONS 2014, held in Aveiro, Portugal, in February 2014. The thirteen revised complete papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 70 submissions. The papers are geared up in topical sections on dynamical platforms; optimization and purposes; modeling and statistical ideas for information analysis.

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Binary decision variables are: P osixyz = 1 if item i is located in position (x, y, z), and 0 otherwise. G. Ramirez-Rios et al. Subject to x i i y z P osixyz = 1, ∀i ∈ I P osixyz ≤ 1, ∀x, y, z x y z P osixyz ≤ B P osixyz ∈ {0, 1}, ∀x, y, z, i (5) (6) (7) (8) Each rack has a subproblem associated to this mathematical model. Optimization in each rack will lead to a scenario becomes an input of the simulation model. 3 Phase 3. Generation of Results Based on Each Scenario Generated Given the results in each scenario given in Phase 1 and obtaining the optimal allocation of items in Phase 2, the discrete-event simulation model generates results that measure: (1) total occupation of the warehouse, (2) total picking distances and (3) average stock rotation.

Cruz and A. 864 Fig. 10. Retro-reflectivity ratio r(α, k) of Notched angle for several values of k. 2 Numerical Simulation The number of light beams coming through the inlet was chosen to be 1000 in all experiments. If r¯ is the estimate of the retro-reflectivity ratio in a simulation, then the standard deviation of the estimate is less than 2 %, as can be seen from the formula for the deviation of Normal distribution r¯(1 − r¯)/1000 for r¯ ∈ [0, 1]. In the case of positive β and δ there are no analytic formulas, so one needs to proceed to numerical simulation.

The goal was to reduce product handling costs by minimizing the picking process and locating the products in the correct position. Multicriteria Optimization in a Typical Multi-Isle Warehouse 4 41 Solution Approach Considering all the aspects involved in the dynamics of an industrial warehouse store, this paper presents a solution approach for the type of warehouse described above, based on simulation and optimization models. In order to solve the three objective functions, it is assuming that supplying process to the warehouse has been adjusted and improved, so data can be taken in an automatic way through Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system [39].

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