I Am a Jedi by Qui-Gon Jinn

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8 from operation point B to A by decreasing the loading percentage at the thirteenth period (see Fig. 9), the mean inventory falls immediately and reaches the new inventory level after four or five periods. Games with a Single Decision Maker Part Two 40 --TRf\JN - f 1. 47 4n 9 -- IFO lJn i tf,mnoucr SheuLatlon EvaLuation End Hel n ... 8 [SCDl II .! 9 1 5 8 1Z 19 15 period zz Zf, Z9 33 go on I Figure 9. Development of inventory and lead time caused by the reduction of inventory The lead time does not react until after the fifteenth period and the new lead time level is reached after a further four or five periods.

The mean value and the variance of the order lateness turns out smaller too. The next training step shows that different operation points lead to a varying process reliability. Operation point A has better process reliability than operation point B, because of higher scheduling performance. However, there is a considerably smaller utilization of machines at operation point A. So the trainee concludes that there is not such thing as an "optimum operation point" but only an appropriate operation point corresponding to the set of objectives.

Subsequently the trainee has to choose the proper diagrams for the evaluation of work centers to analyze the results. The general training process for this item is shown in Fig. 8. Various fixed loading percentages lead to different operation points. With the step by step increase of the inventory level the mean output of the work center grows and at the same time the corresponding lead time. The measured operation points can be connected to form logistic operating curves. In Fig. 8 the operation points A and B are identified on the curves.

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