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A humorous little book that contains anecdotes and quotes of computer illiteracy. Rather than guiding the reader through steps on how to do something on the computer, this book takes a more sarcastic approach of telling them what not to do in order to avoid annoying the people around them, or more specifically, computer nerds like myself. If you were looking for an actual guide to using a computer, this isn't the book for you. Although, there are some small tips contained within the pages of this book. All in all, this book is meant to be a bit of fun, so please do not take it too seriously, or even take offence if you feel that the anecdotes and quotes are describing similar activities that you yourself have carried out.
Parts are commonly used in making, repairing or maintaining consumer or industry products. Parts could be purchased or manufactured by a business enterprise. Advance models were applied to parts operations for manufacturers of transport refrigeration equipment and high-pressure positive displacement plunger pumps. Both companies have an established network of dealers for sales and service of equipment and parts. A number of areas in the parts business operation were researched which show the potential for improved operational efficiency and customer service that increase market share when advanced process models were used to integrate the supply chain. This book covers the subject of parts management through: (1) an introduction to areas of parts business operation with potential for substantial improvements and overview of various models proposed in Chapter 1; (2) quantitative effects on customer service level of inventory miscount and lead time variability and methods to reduce these factors in Chapter 2; (3) optimal division of items based on economics within a two-level distribution system; which items should be serviced through dealers and which items directly by the company to end-customers in Chapters; (4) optimal ordering procedures for a multi-item common supplier system with either constant or random demand rates for various items in Chapter 4; Vll viii Parts Management Models and Applications (5) attribute based classification scheme to promote standardization of design and manufacturing techniques for expediting product development and control design proliferation in Chapters 5 and 6; (6) knowledge base management to enhance manufacturing operations effectiveness in Chapter 7;
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