The equation is not so much mathematical as it is relational. It shouldn’t be used simply to numerically rate each alternative as much as to compare the intuitive magnitudes of difference. Since AS/R systems are the subject of this series of articles, we’ll use one as an example.
Assume that we are to build a warehouse. Most warehouses are equipped with racks and a device to move loads from an input position to a storage position where they stay until requested. Then, the device that stores the load into the warehouse will be used to retrieve it from the warehouse on demand.
Chris is a Sr. Logistics Consultant with Bastian’s Software team based in Louisville, KY. He has a BSME from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and a MSME from Purdue University. Since starting with Bastian in 2005 Chris has developed and maintained strong relationships with his clients; designing solutions and working through implementations. He has also helped develop Bastian’s ExactaBEV WES suite, focused on wine & spirits distribution.
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