Advances in Production Management Systems. Sustainable by Takashi Tanizaki (auth.), Vittal Prabhu, Marco Taisch,

By Takashi Tanizaki (auth.), Vittal Prabhu, Marco Taisch, Dimitris Kiritsis (eds.)

The volumes IFIP AICT 414 and 415 represent the refereed lawsuits of the overseas IFIP WG 5.7 convention on Advances in construction administration structures, APMS 2013, held in college Park, PA, united states, in September 2013. The 133 revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the volumes. they're geared up in four components: sustainable creation, sustainable provide chains, sustainable companies, and ICT and rising technologies.

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Naval Research Logistics 55(5), 419–431 (2008) 6. : Linear contracts and the double moral-hazard. Journal of Economic Theory 82(2), 342–378 (1998) 7. : Signalling and the design of delegated management contracts for public utilities. Rand Journal of Economics 37(4), 763–782 (2006) 8. : The harmonization of legal warranties in European sales law: an economic analysis. American Journal of Comparative Law 52(2), 403–431 (2004) 9. : Contracting for Collaborative Services. Management Science 56(5), 849–863 (2010) 10.

Moreover, the restaurant industry has introduced cooking machines such as steam convection and sushi-cooking devices to improve cooking capacity at restaurant stores [14]. Recently, restaurants have started to introduce simulation systems to improve the kitchen layout [15][16]. Although the restaurant industry has introduced some systems and methodologies, Japanese cuisine restaurants have not changed traditional cooking systems. The cooking system of Japanese restaurants is similar to line production systems in manufacturing enterprises.

Journal of the American Dietetic Association 105(12), 1861–1863 (2005) 13. : Real-time process management system in a restaurant by sharing food order information. In: Proceeding of International Conference on Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition, pp. 703–706 (2009) 14. : Development of an RFID-based sushi management system: the case of a conveyor-belt sushi restaurant. International Journal of Production Economics 112(2), 630–645 (2008) 15. : Simulation of restaurant operations using the restaurant modeling studio.

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