order interval

order interval

the time interval between placings of orders for new STOCK. See STOCK CONTROL.
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The National was ecstatic about the show: " Indeed, it was difficult to find anyone, young or not so young, who was not still singing merrily away as they queued to order interval refreshments.
The controlled CSTR is modelled as a fourth order interval system.
A subset A of a vector lattice E is called order bounded, if it include in an order interval in E.
Value of X is influenced by standard deviation of daily demand, order interval, and lead time.
And thirdly, we recognise that not everyone wants to go to the theatre - that, accurately or not, the whole idea conjures up images of paralysing hours in velour seats and forgetting to order interval drinks.
There's also more bar staff, cutting waiting time to a minimum, a bigger bottled beer selection including Czech Budvar and Italian Peroni Nastro Azzurro, advance order interval service and, most important of all, cask Cains in abundance.
A word of advice if you're heading for The Sage ( give yourself plenty of time to pick up tickets, order interval drinks etc.
Note that if one were to change the decision interval from one to five days but kept the receiving delay at four, then the nature of the game would have changed in an implicit and problematic way, in the sense that the receiving delay would be four times longer than the order interval in the short game but shorter than the order interval in the long one.
Ozyetkin, Robust stability analysis of fractional order interval polynomials, ISA Transactions, Vol.
In the simulation example, a third order interval plant is robustly stabilized by using TFC structure.
The main aim of this paper is to present a method of determination of robustly stabilizing PI controllers with fixed parameters for interval systems (Tan & Kaya, 2003) and to demonstrate its capabilities on an example for third order interval plant.
We order intervals in I by increasing starting points with ties broken first by increasing ending points and then by the number of the disk to which the interval belongs; let [is less than] denote this order.