Thursday, April 19, 2012

Natural Language, Tracking and Supply Chain Management With Drools

I often spend time trawling through google scholar and citeseer, always lots of gems to be found there. Here are three recent papers I thought worth highlighting that utlised Drools in an applied way.

A New Algorithm for the Acquisition of Knowledge from Scientific Literature in Specific Fields Based on Natural Language Comprehension
http://www.scirp.org/fileOperation/downLoad.aspx?path=IJIS20110200002_46860321.pdf&type=journal

PeerTrack: A Platform for Tracking and Tracing Objects in Large-Scaoe Traceability Networks
http://www.edbt.org/Proceedings/2012-Berlin/papers/edbt/a54-wu.pdf

Introducing a Rule-Based Architecture For WorkFlow Systems in Retail Supply Chain Management
http://bada.hb.se/bitstream/2320/10632/1/2011MAGI24.pdf

4 comments:

  1. Garett SmithenMonday, July 23, 2012

    Thank you for sharing these sources! I'm quite impressed with the information you've found in these materials. I have used a different EDI software and supply chain management system for our business before. And it did help me in monitoring every single operation and product in our company.

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  2. I think, goodwill is the main factor. Building good relationships with your suppliers can lead to mutual benefits such as better terms at the negotiation table and improved production and delivery schedules. Try to treat your suppliers as partners, and look for ways that encourage them to view you in the same light. You can do this by paying them on time, cutting some slack on one-off mistakes and being flexible. thanks!~ •Martha Berry

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  3. Hello, I just add to be sure to set clear expectations in regards to your anticipated annual buying scale and schedule. To do this, you’ll need a good handle on your sales forecasting. If you are sourcing goods overseas, shipping those goods will take time, so you need to have a good picture of current demands for your inventory and how these are forecasted to shift in the future. Cheers:) @Beth Brant

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