||Taiwan’s manufacturing industry has got success in the world by effective management and good cost control. The production type is from the way to produce in a large amount (MTS: Made to Stock) change into the various producing in batches small of small quantity. In the field of industrial management, the production system we call this a "small amount of diversity" mode of production. "A small amount of diversity" is mode of production design and production of multiple orders for engineer to match product demand.|
In this study, we want to know the relocation of Taiwan’’s production line and leaving the company in Taiwan in response to the transformation of enterprises from the production plant into a research and development company. This process for the company is needed change and focused on changes in the probability of under trial run batch of production. As is often produced when the probability is not learned, how to go on in such cases put into lot size for trial run to achieve the purpose of verification process and reduce the cost of loss. To explore this process, using existing simulation software-ARENA as a research assistant tool to construct models for system simulation, simulation of changes in the probability of a different range, lot size, and further obtain the optimal lot size.
Expectations by such a study can have another way to have different thinking besides the probability at a fixed volume of the best outside of the other path. After all, the probability is non-stationary, while the production can only try to maintain at a high level of the interval. When it is non-fixed, how will the operation of the lot size working that is an interesting subject.
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