Mathematics

By Ernst Dieterich and Lars Lindberg

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16 1 Supply Chain Management and Advanced Planning Systems Background processing is done by speciﬁcally conﬁgured ABAPTM programs. 0 it is possible to perform a BOM explosion by setting a check mark in the location and network heuristics, which allows planning the components of the ﬁnal product at the according locations. Since the network heuristics in combination with this mark oﬀers the same function as the multi-level heuristics in interactive planning, multilevel heuristics are not oﬀered in background processing.

A partially satisﬁed demand will be considered fulﬁlled. As a result of CTM planning the user receives the assignment of sources and scheduling of demands as well as the appropriate secondary demands within a mid-term demand and distribution plan which also considers partial shipments. From the rules-based approach just described CTM derives its “locality”: it works one demand at a time ﬁxing all orders originating from demands already processed until the end of the planning run. Co-production from fulﬁlling “earlier” demands are of course available further down in the list of demands.

Following the principals of classical mechanics the key idea was to reduce all phenomena to the movement of small particles. Nowadays, in physics and other mathematical sciences one will talk about models if • one, for reasons of simpliﬁcations, restricts oneself to certain aspects of the problem (example: if we consider the movement of the planets, in a ﬁrst approximation the planets are treated as point masses), • one, for reasons of didactic presentation, develops a simpliﬁed picture for the more complicated reality (example: the planetary model is used to explain the situation inside the atoms), • one uses the properties in one area to study the situation in an analogue problem.