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Advances in Production Management Systems: Sustainable Production and Service Supply Chains (Part II)
Vittal Prabhu, Marco Taisch, Dimitris Kiritsis (Eds.)
Front Matter

Part III: Sustainable Services


Does the Carbon Footprint Enhance the Sustainability Food Production and Transportation Service System? Real Buying Experiment in Japan
Keiko Aoki, Kenju Akai
18-25
Facility Layout Planning of Central Kitchen in Food Service Industry: Application to the Real-Scale Problem
Nobutada Fujii, Toshiya Kaihara, Minami Uemura, Tomomi Nonaka, Takeshi Shimmura
33-40
Finding the Optimal Operating Point for Service Production Processes via Simulation
Günther Schuh, Philipp Jussen, Christian Fabry, Gerhard Gudergan
41-48
Information – The Hidden Value of Servitization
David Opresnik, Manuel Hirsch, Christian Zanetti, Marco Taisch
49-56
How Advances of ICT will Impact on Service Systems and on the Delivering of Product-Related Services
Mario Rapaccini, Isabella Porcelli
57-64
Requirements for Servitization in Manufacturing Service Ecosystems
Stefan Wiesner, Michele Sesana, Sergio Gusmeroli, Klaus-Dieter Thoben
65-72
Service Supply Chain Planning for Industrial Services – Design and Application of a Decision Support Tool
Philipp Hertz, Alexander Sproedt
73-80
Mass Customization in Supply Chain Level: Development of a Conceptual Framework to Manage and Assess Performance
Mahnoosh Zebardast, Silvia Malpezi, Marco Taisch
81-90
Development of a Training System for Lathe Operation Using a Simulator
Tatsuya Yamaguchi, Takashi Kawashimo, Toshiyuki Matsumoto, Daisuke Doyo
91-98
Using Serious Game in Sustainable Global Manufacturing Education
Borzoo Pourabdollahian Tehran, Marco Taisch, Manuel Fradinho
99-107
Simulator Based Training to Improve Tradeoffs Analysis and Decision Making in Lean Development Environment
Michal Iluz, Avraham Shtub
108-117
A Simulation Enabled Procedure for Eco-efficiency Optimization in Production Systems
Alexander Sproedt, Johannes Plehn, Philipp Hertz
118-125
Teaching Supply Chain Management: Mixed vs. Pure Strategies in Simulation Based Training
Avinoam Tzimerman, Yale Herer, Avraham Shtub
126-133
Performance Analysis of Reverse Supply Chain Systems by Using Simulation
Shigeki Umeda
134-141
Multi-level Service Approach for Flexible Support of Design Processes
Safa Hachani, Lilia Gzara, Hervé Verjus
160-169
Simulated Annealing for a Vehicle Routing Problem with Simultaneous Pickup-Delivery and Time Windows
Chao Wang, Fu Zhao, Dong Mu, John Sutherland
170-177
Development of a Decision Support System to Facilitate Multi-criteria Decision Making during Humanitarian Operation within a Project Life Cycle
Krittiya Saksrisathaporn, Aurelie Charles, Abdelaziz Bouras
178-185
Service Delivery Process Based on Service Composition Mechanisms
Thécle Alix, Bruno Vallespir
226-233

Part IV: ICT and Emerging Technologies

Technical Noncompliance Evaluation Criteria for Sustainable Production of IT Support Services in the Ministry of Work and Employment at Brazil
Nilo Serpa, Ivanir Costa, Antônio Araújo Neto
326-333
Education Mediated by Technology: Strategy to Spread High School Learning in Piauí State, Brazil
Dalton Buccelli, Herbert Espuny, Jean Cavaleiro, Pedro Oliveira Costa Neto, Reinaldo Araujo Lopes, Simone Romano
334-341
Reaching Energetic Sustainability through a Self-oriented Battery Charger, Based on Paraconsistent Annotated Evidential Logic Eτ
Álvaro Prado, Cristina Oliveira, Liliam Sakamoto, Jair Abe, Marcelo Nogueira
369-374
Program Inovar-Auto, Initiatives toward Innovation and Competitiveness in the Automotive Sector in Brazil
Renato Perrotta, Oduvaldo Vendrametto, Rodrigo Gonçalves, Adilson Rocha, Jorge Monteiro Junior
375-382
Sustainability Assessment Tools – State of Research and Gap Analysis
Marco Taisch, Vahid Sadr, Gökan May, Bojan Stahl
426-434
A Prototype Crowdsourcing Approach for Document Summarization Service
Hajime Mizuyama, Keishi Yamashita, Kenji Hitomi, Michiko Anse
435-442
On the Development of a Reference Framework for ICT for Manufacturing Skills
Ahmed Bufardi, Dimitris Kiritsis
443-451
Intelligent Products: A Spinal Column to Handle Information Exchanges in Supply Chains
Damien Trentesaux, Bernard Grabot, Yves Sallez
452-459
Linked Data Exploration in Product Life-Cycle Management
Soumaya Kadiri, Ana Milicic, Dimitris Kiritsis
460-467
Ontology-Based Dynamic Forms for Manufacturing Capability Information Collection
Yun Peng, Yan Kang
468-476
Cyber-Physical Production Management
Guenther Schuh, Till Potente, Christina Thomas, Annika Hauptvogel
477-484
Integrating Lean and MRP: A Taxonomy of the Literature
Daryl Powell, Ilker Bas, Erlend Alfnes
485-492
Supply Chain Integration for Sustainability Faces Sustaining ICT Problems
Hans Wortmann, Alex Alblas, Paul Buijs, Kristian Peters
493-500
Parameter Management in Configuration for the Design of Products Families
Coraline Deffrenne, Mathieu Bettwy, Aurélie Robert, Karine Deschinkel, Samuel Gomes
501-508
Physical Asset Management Practices in Industry: Comparisons between Greece and Other EU Countries
Christos Emmanouilidis, Kari Komonen
509-516
An Effective Policy for Recycling Parts for the Production Management of Consumable Supplies
Satoshi Ito, Tatsuya Komuro, Tomoaki Yamazaki, Toshiyuki Matsumoto
517-524
Research on Recognition Algorithm of Track Substructure Defects Based on Vehicle Dynamic Responses
Hongmei Shi
525-532
Critical Analysis of the Management System of Hazardous Solid Waste Generated in the City of Santos in the State of São Paulo
Ulysses Filho, Pedro Oliveira Costa Neto
533-539
Relevance of Kotter’s Model for Change in Successfully Implementing Lean
Shovan Mishra
540-547
Determinants of Smart Energy Demand Management: An Exploratory Analysis
Zaheer Tariq, Sergio Cavalieri, Roberto Pinto
548-555
Process Alignment for Sustainable Product Development: The Essential Role of Supplier and Customer Involvement Processes
Alex Alblas, Kristian Peters, Hans Wortmann
556-567
Global Product Development: Organization and Links with the Supply Chain
Francesca Faggioli, Riccardo Franzini, Margherita Pero, Monica Rossi, Sergio Terzi
568-575
A Study of Sustainability Adoption Trends in the Transportation Market
Marta Ventura, Christine Toh, Carlos Parra, Gul Kremer
576-583
Sustainability Adoption Trend Analysis
Simon Miller, Paolo Pecorario, Lisa Ulan
584-591
Eliciting a Mode of Transportation to Improve Product Life Cycle Performance
Paolo Pecorario
592-599

Part 1: Sustainable Production

Exploring Different Faces of Mass Customization in Manufacturing
Golboo Pourabdollahian, Marco Taisch, Gamze Tepe
13-20
State-Oriented Productivity Analysis in One-of-a-Kind-Production
Florian Tietze, Hermann Lödding
21-28
A Study on the Effect of Inspection Time on Defect Detection in Visual Inspection
Ryosuke Nakajima, Keisuke Shida, Toshiyuki Matsumoto
29-39
Toward Automated Design for Manufacturing Feedback
Wonmo Kim, Timothy Simpson
40-47
Game Theoretical Approach to Supply Chain Microfinance
Jaehun Sim, Vittaldas Prabhu
48-53
Social Sustainability Challenges for European Manufacturing Industry: Attract, Recruit and Sustain
Cecilia Berlin, Caroline Dedering, Guðbjörg Jónsdóttir, Johan Stahre
78-85
Energy-Efficiency Concept for the Manufacturing Industry
Volker Stich, Niklas Hering, Christian Starick, Ulrich Brandenburg
86-93
Attacking the Critical Parts in Product Development
Bjørnar Henriksen, Carl Røstad
94-102
A Production-State Based Approach for Energy Flow Simulation in Manufacturing Systems
Marco Taisch, Bojan Stahl, Federica Vaccari, Andrea Cataldo
227-234
Sustainability Enhancement through Environmental Impacts Evaluation
Matteo Savino, Antonio Mazza
235-242
A Queuing Approach for Energy Supply in Manufacturing Facilities
Lucio Zavanella, Ivan Ferretti, Simone Zanoni, Laura Bettoni
243-248
Efficient Energy Performance Indicators for Different Level of Production Organizations in Manufacturing Companies
Hendro Wicaksono, Tim Belzner, Jivka Ovtcharova
249-256
Energy Related Key Performance Indicators – State of the Art, Gaps and Industrial Needs
Gökan May, Marco Taisch, Vittaldas Prabhu, Ilaria Barletta
257-267

Part 2: Sustainable Supply Chains

An Information Reporting Web Service Framework for Integration of Gate-to-Gate Process-to-Energy Metrics
Lewis Mcgibbney, Mark Peng, Kincho Law
281-288
Integration of Energy Information for Product Assembly and Logistics Processes
Shaw Feng, Senthilkumaran Kumaraguru, Kincho Law, Kyeongrim Ahn
310-317
Supply Chain Interoperability Efforts Missing Key Data
Christopher Peters
318-324
A Framework for Developing Manufacturing Service Capability Information Model
Yunsu Lee, Yun Peng
325-333
A Consilience-Based Approach to Engineering Services in Global Supply Chains
Eswaran Subrahmanian, Albert Jones
334-343
Excellent Manufacturer Scouting System (EMSS) for Korean Molding Industry
Moonsoo Shin, Sangil Lee, Kwangyeol Ryu, Hyunbo Cho
352-360
Use Case Analysis for Standard Manufacturing Service Capability Model
Yunsu Lee, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Marko Vujasinovic, Nenad Ivezic
361-369
Long Term Analysis of Energy Payback Time for PV Systems
Simone Zanoni, Laura Mazzoldi
395-401
A Sequential Fast Pyrolysis Facility Location-Allocation Model
Yihua Li, Guiping Hu
409-415
Potential Woody Biomass Supply Chain Scenarios: A Conceptual Study
Evelyn Thomchick, Kusumal Ruamsook
416-424
Closed Loop Supply Chains for Sustainable Mass Customization
Kjeld Nielsen, Thomas Brunø
425-432
Determination of the Spare Parts Demand for Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Service Providers
Uwe Dombrowski, Sebastian Weckenborg
433-440
Using Cloud, Modularity, and Make-to-Upgrade Strategy for Integrating Customized-Oriented Supply Networks
Afshin Mehrsai, Hamid-Reza Karimi, Klaus-Dieter Thoben
441-449
Modeling and Simulation of Closed-Loop Supply Chains Considering Economic Efficiency
Yoshitaka Tanimizu, Yusuke Shimizu, Koji Iwamura, Nobuhiro Sugimura
461-468
Development of a Strategic Model for Freight Transportation with a Case Study of the Far East
Louis Coulet, Sungbum Jun, Jinwoo Park
469-476
Semantic Web-Based Supplier Discovery Framework
Jaehun Lee, Kiwook Jung, Bo Kim, Hyunbo Cho
477-484
Simulating the Dominant Effect of a Few Critical Sites on Supply Chains Using the Inter-industry Relations Table
Sadao Suganuma, Masaru Nakano
485-492

 

 


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