Medición del efecto látigo en redes de suministro
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Romero Rodríguez D, Aguirre Acosta R, Polo Obregón S, Sierra Altamiranda Álvaro, Daza-Escorcia J. Medición del efecto látigo en redes de suministro. ingeniare [Internet]. 1dic.2016 [citado 25nov.2020];(20):13-2. Available from: https://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/ingeniare/article/view/406

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La variabilidad de la demanda que se origina de un agente a otro en la cadena de suministro, aumenta o amplifica a medida que la señal se aleja del punto de origen; estas distorsiones se denominan Efecto Látigo. En este artículo se aborda una red de suministros multieslabón, que estima los intervalos de medición de la distorsión de la demanda de la red, de acuerdo a comportamientos extremos en el sistema que permiten diagnosticar su desempeño en términos de la amplificación de demanda. Para la investigación se aplican mediciones estáticas locales y globales del efecto látigo, en cada nivel de la red de suministros del juego de la cerveza de cuatro eta-pas; cada etapa o eslabón tiene múltiples nodos. Tradicionalmente, esta medición se ha realizado en un nodo a la vez, o en el caso de mediciones globales se asume un solo nodo en cada eslabón del sistema. La medición en este estudio se realiza a una red de sumi-nistro no lineal, en la que, a diferencia de casos anteriores, se tienen dos o más nodos por cada eslabón, lo que representa un avance en la medición del efecto látigo en sistemas de mayor complejidad. 

https://doi.org/10.18041/1909-2458/ingeniare.20.406
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