2.3 VEHICLE ROUTING PROBLEM A vehicle routing problem can be described as the problem of designing least cost routes from one depot (dumpsite) to a set of geographically scattered points (garbage collection points). The routes must be designed in such a way that each point is visited only once by exactly one vehicle, all routes start and end at the depot, and the total garbage collected at all collection points on one particular route must not exceed the capacity of the collection vehicle. The vehicle routing problem with time windows is a generalization of the standard vehicle routing problem involving the added complexity that every garbage collection point should be collected within a given time window. Genetic algorithms are best suited
For example, we cannot determine whether the company have good or bad employers and employees by looking at the accounts book or statement of financial positions. (b) (a) Dual aspect concept Short notes: Dual aspect is the fundamental or basic principle of accounting. It provides the very basis to record the business transactions into the account books. This concept states that every business transactions has a dual or two-fold effect. Therefore, the business transactions should be recorded at both sides.
It would be able to add and remove conferences while the conferences is ongoing without a restart. In order to attain this the conference servers should be registered in the CM beforehand, which is already implemented in the MCONF. If the conference is registered the CM would be able to communicate with the conference which will be needed for the next functions that is needed for the CM. Cascade Manager We identify that Cascade Manager will require the following functions cascade creation, cascade discovery, conference joining the cascade, conference leaving the cascade ( termination). In addition, the cascade manager makes sure that there is no conflict in the conference control between conferences that in cascade.
2. Direct labour cost is combined with manufacturing overhead in a single account. Actual conversion cost are accumulated by debiting a temporary account with a title such as conversion cost (see entry (b)). Additional details maybe recorded by first entering these amounts in various departmental labour and overhead accounts, and then closing these temporary accounts to be conversion costs account. 3.When goods are finished, this triggers the release of direct material costs from the RIP account to the finished
(Jokar & Seifbarghy, 2008) considered one central warehouse and arbitrary number of retailers controlled by the continuous inventory policy (R, Q). The model has Poisson distribution of demands, assumed constant transport time for all retailers and constant lead time for
In existing Artigence system,the functionality is classified into two categories and it performs in a distributed manner. So the functionalities are, • Scheduling • Message Transmission Scheduling: Scheduling is the process of deciding how to allot resources among varieties of workable tasks. Time can be specified or floating as part of a sequence of events. Based on the definition of scheduling this phase is dealing with the following task alone. • Receiving a request from the user or the customer in the syntax of “passenger”without space “area name” to the number.
It is designed, programmed and communicated with two goals in mind: operational efficiency and customer satisfaction. A typical categorization of the services based on who performs the action within the services cape can be: 1. Self-service (customer only)- ATM, Movie Theatre 2. Interpersonal services-banks, restaurants 3. Remote services (employee only) – telephone mail order desk.
The organisation needs to clearly communicate this amongst their staff to avoid bad customer experiences. Once an employee was present at customer service they told the customer to go wait in the line at the tills if they need customer service. This is not effective internal branding being displayed as there was a designated area for customer service which was misleading in this case as the customer was told to go elsewhere. Above all the customer was inconvenienced further by having to wait in an unnecessary queue where she shouldn’t have had to wait at all. If the brand advertises or displays something then they should adhere to what they promise otherwise the integrity of the brand is put at