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### IE 410 Syllabus

 Catalog Data Analysis and design of production and inventory control systems, deterministic and stochastic inventory models, single period and multi-period production planning models, two-stage supply chain model Prerequisite IE 312, STAT 324 Co requisite IE 321 Level 8 Textbook Production Planning, Control, and Integration, by  D. Sipper and R. Bulfin (1997) Learning Objectives To introduce students to the managerial concepts and quantitative techniques required in the areas of inventory control and production planning. To enable students to take efficient inventory and production decisions in practice. Topics (classes) 1. Review of calculus and probability 4 classes 2. Deterministic lot sizing models with constant demand 4 classes 3. Two-stage  supply chain model 3 classes 4. Discount analysis 3 classes 5. Dynamic lot sizing techniques 4 classes 6. Constrained lot sizing models 3 classes 7. Single period stochastic inventory model 4 classes 8. Continuous and Periodic Review models 4 classes 9. Theory and application of  Production Planning 4 classes 10. Linear programming applications in production planning 6 classes 11. Transportation model in production planning 2 classes 12. Multiple product products and processes models 2 classes 13. Disaggregating plans 2 classes Project work Two projects based on long case studies Computer Usage Usage of Excel Worksheets Learning outcomes 1. Distinguish between deterministic and stochastic inventory models [a, b] 2. Formulate deterministic inventory models under several assumptions [c, e, h,k] 3. Solve stochastic inventory models over a single period [c, e, h, k] 4. Solve continuous review models under different demand distributions [c, e, h, k] 5. Solve periodic review models under different demand distributions [c, e, h, k] 6. Define a supply chain and solve a basic two stage model [c, e, h, k] 7. Formulate aggregate production planning models [c, e, h, k] 8. Use linear programming and transportation techniques to prepare production plans [c, e, h, k] 9. Work in teams and communicate effectively through class discussions and presentations [d, f] Estimated Category Content Engineering Science: 2 credit hours Engineering Design:  1 credit hour Grades Two mid-term exams (40%) Final exam (50%) Project works (10%)

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