The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Operations research, Reverse logistics, Inventory control, Inventory theory and Operations management. His work carried out in the field of Operations research brings together such families of science as Reliability, Purchasing and Preventive maintenance. His Reverse logistics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Network planning and design, Risk analysis and Process management.
His Inventory control research includes themes of Lead time, Spare part, Production planning and Remanufacturing. His Inventory theory study combines topics in areas such as Scheduling, Mathematical optimization and Materials management. The concepts of his Operations management study are interwoven with issues in Order, Distributed computing and Online optimization.
His primary areas of study are Operations research, Mathematical optimization, Inventory control, Spare part and Operations management. He studies Operations research, namely Inventory theory. His research in the fields of Stochastic optimization and Heuristic overlaps with other disciplines such as Block and Process.
Rommert Dekker interconnects Lead time and Remanufacturing in the investigation of issues within Inventory control. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Total cost, Service level and Obsolescence. Specifically, his work in Supply chain is concerned with the study of Reverse logistics.
Rommert Dekker mainly investigates Operations research, Spare part, Mathematical optimization, Operations management and Supply chain. Rommert Dekker has included themes like Network planning and design, Flow network, Transportation planning, Decision support system and Product in his Operations research study. Rommert Dekker has researched Spare part in several fields, including Lead time, Demand forecasting, Econometrics and Inventory control.
His research integrates issues of Equivalence and Population size in his study of Mathematical optimization. His Operations management study which covers Warehouse that intersects with Time series and Linear model. His work on Supply chain management and Supply chain network as part of general Supply chain study is frequently connected to Global health, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Operations research, Spare part, Operations management, Mathematical optimization and Inventory control. Rommert Dekker integrates many fields in his works, including Operations research and Limited availability. His work focuses on many connections between Spare part and other disciplines, such as Demand forecasting, that overlap with his field of interest in Lead time, Coefficient of variation, Econometrics and Mean squared error.
His studies deal with areas such as Supply chain management and Product as well as Operations management. The Minification and Optimization problem research Rommert Dekker does as part of his general Mathematical optimization study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Initial phase and Vaccination coverage, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. In general Inventory control, his work in Inventory theory is often linked to Cost savings linking many areas of study.
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Quantitative models for reverse logistics: A review
Moritz Fleischmann;Jacqueline M. Bloemhof-Ruwaard;Rommert Dekker;Erwin van der Laan.
Applications of maintenance optimization models : a review and analysis
A characterisation of logistics networks for product recovery
Mortiz Fleischmann;Hans Ronald Krikke;Rommert Dekker;Simme Douwe P. Flapper.
Operations Research for Green Logistics – An Overview of Aspects, Issues, Contributions and Challenges
Rommert Dekker;Jacqueline M. Bloemhof;Ioannis Mallidis.
Reverse logistics : quantitative models for closed-loop supply chains
Rommert Dekker;Moritz Fleischmann;Karl Inderfurth;Luk N. Van Wassenhove.
A two-level network for recycling sand: A case study
Ana Isabel Barros;Rommert Dekker;V. Scholten.
Reverse Logistics: A Review of Case Studies
Marisa P. de Brito;Rommert Dekker;Simme Douwe P. Flapper.
A comparison of two techniques for bibliometric mapping: Multidimensional scaling and VOS
Nees Jan van Eck;Ludo Waltman;Rommert Dekker;Jan van den Berg.
Advanced methods for container stacking
Rommert Dekker;Patrick Voogd;Eelco van Asperen.
A review of multi-component maintenance models with economic dependence
Rommert Dekker;Ralph E. Wildeman;Frank A. van der Duyn Schouten.
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