2023 - Research.com Business and Management in France Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in France Leader Award
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Operations research, Queue, Mathematical optimization, Operations management and Production. His Operations research study deals with Management science intersecting with Optimal control, Lead time and Economic order quantity. The various areas that Yves Dallery examines in his Queue study include Supply chain, Build to stock, Queueing theory and Microeconomics.
Yves Dallery has included themes like Algorithm, Production line and Supply chain management in his Mathematical optimization study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Decomposition method and Exponential distribution in addition to Algorithm. His Operations management research incorporates themes from Control engineering, Newsvendor model and Production control.
Yves Dallery focuses on Operations research, Mathematical optimization, Supply chain, Queue and Inventory control. His Operations research research also works with subjects such as
His work on Supply chain management and Supply chain network is typically connected to Work as part of general Supply chain study, connecting several disciplines of science. His research investigates the connection with Queue and areas like Queueing theory which intersect with concerns in Distributed computing and Server. His Inventory control study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Lead time, Product, Service level and Perishability.
His main research concerns Operations research, Supply chain, Inventory control, Operations management and Order. His work in Operations research addresses subjects such as Inventory valuation, which are connected to disciplines such as Management science. His work in the fields of Supply chain, such as Supply chain management, intersects with other areas such as Work.
He interconnects Lead time, Procurement, Dynamic programming, Perishability and Product in the investigation of issues within Inventory control. His Operations management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Build to order, Build to stock and Mathematical optimization. His research on Mathematical optimization often connects related areas such as Queue.
His primary areas of study are Operations research, Operations management, Inventory control, Service and Workload. In Operations research, Yves Dallery works on issues like Supply chain, which are connected to Service level. His Operations management study combines topics in areas such as Queuing delay and Function.
His research integrates issues of Procurement, Perishability, Inventory management and Product in his study of Inventory control. His research in Service intersects with topics in Tertiary sector of the economy, Systems engineering, Supply chain network and Safety stock. His Demand forecasting study combines topics in areas such as Information quality, Dynamic programming, Dual and Inventory theory.
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Manufacturing flow line systems: a review of models and analytical results
Yves Dallery;Stanley B. Gershwin.
Including sustainability criteria into inventory models
Yann Bouchery;Asma Ghaffari;Zied Jemai;Yves Dallery.
Analysis of the impact of the RFID technology on reducing product misplacement errors at retail stores
Yacine Rekik;Evren Sahin;Yves Dallery.
Optimal Stock Allocation for a Capacitated Supply System
Francis de Véricourt;Fikri Karaesmen;Yves Dallery.
An Analytical Method for Performance Evaluation of Kanban Controlled Production Systems
Maria Di Mascolo;Yannick Frein;Yves Dallery.
Extended kanban control system: combining kanban and base stock
Yves Dallery;George Liberopoulos.
A unified framework for pull control mechanisms in multi‐stage manufacturing systems
George Liberopoulos;Yves Dallery.
On Decomposition Methods for Tandem Queueing Networks with Blocking
Yves Dallery;Yannick Frein.
Integrating advance order information in make-to-stock production systems
Fikri Karaesmen;John A. Buzacott;Yves Dallery.
Inventory inaccuracy in retail stores due to theft: An analysis of the benefits of RFID
Yacine Rekik;Evren Sahin;Yves Dallery.
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