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Martin Brunclík
University of Defence
Supply chainDiscrete event simulationSpare partComputer scienceOperations research
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Level of supply chain performance is highly influenced by capability of logistics infrastructure as well as created network of activities and services operating at global, national, and regional scales. Dynamic environment can significantly influence expected availability and real capability of logistics infrastructure. The article represents possible analytical approach to supply chain design and identification of factors influencing logistics performance. In addition, the paper deals with appl...
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#2Lukas VogalH-Index: 1
Last. Pavel FoltinH-Index: 2
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Success of any current military operation is strongly related to the level of its logistic support and supply of all crucial resources such as water, food, spare parts, fuel etc. Some of these resources can be obtained from the local market, some from neighboring countries or just from the homeland. Increasing computing capacity and speed of CPU allow us to develop very sophisticated software for modelling and simulation of these logistics supply chains in order to find the best possible solutio...
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#1Pavel Foltin (University of Defence)H-Index: 2
#2Martin Vlkovský (University of Defence)H-Index: 2
Last. Martin Brunclík (University of Defence)H-Index: 2
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The article deals with application of Discrete Event Simulation in professional training which focuses on analysis, planning, management and decision making support during military operations characterized by high complexity, dynamics, large number of influencing factors and utilization of advanced technologies. One of the key areas of the planning process and subsequent implementation of the logistical support to deployed units, especially during the first phase of the operation, is the Recepti...
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