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2016 | 7 | nr 1 | 45--55
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Prioritizing Interdependent Production Processes Using Leontief Input-Output Model

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This paper proposes a methodology in identifying key production processes in an interdependent production system. Previous approaches on this domain have drawbacks that may potentially affect the reliability of decision-making. The proposed approach adopts the Leontief input-output model (L-IOM) which was proven successful in analyzing interdependent economic systems. The motivation behind such adoption lies in the strength of L-IOM in providing a rigorous quantitative framework in identifying key components of interdependent systems. In this proposed approach, the consumption and production flows of each process are represented respectively by the material inventory produced by the prior process and the material inventory produced by the current process, both in monetary values. A case study in a furniture production system located in central Philippines was carried out to elucidate the proposed approach. Results of the case were reported in this work. (original abstract)
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7
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45--55
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Twórcy
  • University of San Carlos, Philippines
  • University of San Carlos, Philippines
  • University of San Carlos, Philippines
  • University of San Carlos, Philippines
  • University of San Carlos, Philippines
  • University of San Carlos, Philippines
  • University of San Carlos, Philippines
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