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The Mathematical Model for Describing the Principles of Enterprise Management “Just in Time, Design to Cost, Risks Management”

  • Igor LutoshkinEmail author
  • Svetlana Lipatova
  • Yuriy Polyanskov
  • Nailya Yamaltdinova
  • Margarita Yardaeva
Conference paper
Part of the Studies in Systems, Decision and Control book series (SSDC, volume 199)

Abstract

The formalization of the principles “just in time”, “design to cost” and “risks management” is described in the form of a mathematical model. These principles are chosen on the basis of the analysis of the management methodologies used in the practice of industrial enterprises. The model is recommended to be used in the design of information systems to support management decisions. The model can be built on the basis of different methods: stochastic, parametric, heuristic, etc. The proposed approach allows to use heterogeneous submodels for the assessment and management task based on one or more specific criteria: just in time, design to cost and risks management.

The proposed mathematical model is a model of the upper level of abstraction, in practical use it is required to take into account the task being solved, selected criteria and available limitations. Practical implementation of the proposed model and its introduction into digital production presuppose the implementation and monitoring with the help of an information system. The use of such a methodology is advisable at large enterprises, in particular machine building and aviation.

Keywords

Assessment of the company’s activities A comprehensive model for assessing the activities of the enterprise The methodology for assessing the activities of the enterprise Just in time Design to cost Risks management 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Work carried out in the framework of the state task 2.1816.2017/PCH Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ulyanovsk State UniversityUlyanovskRussia

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