Modelos de Inventarios con Productos Perecederos: Revisión de la Literatura

Inventory Models with Deteriorating Items: A Literature Review

  • Freddy Andres Perez Mantilla UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES
  • Jose Fidel Torres Delgado Universidad de los Andes
Palabras clave: inventory control, perishability, deteriorating items, review (en_US)
Palabras clave: control de inventario, productos perecederos, deterioro, revisión de literatura. (es_ES)

Resumen (es_ES)

En el presente artículo se lleva a cabo una revisión de las principales características estudiadas por la comunidad científica en el desarrollo de modelos matemáticos que buscan definir una política de inventario óptima para productos que se deterioran. De este modo, se referencian 390 artículos publicados a partir del año 2001 en revistas de gran impacto, teniendo en cuenta: el tipo de demanda y deterioro representado en los modelos matemáticos, el estudio de una política de precio óptima, la inclusión de faltantes y/o valor del dinero en el tiempo, el estudio de múltiples productos y/o dos o más eslabones de la cadena de suministro, y la utilización de parámetros o variables difusas. Finalmente, se identifican oportunidades de investigación que a la fecha no han sido abordadas por la comunidad científica en este campo del conocimiento.

Resumen (en_US)

This paper presents a review of the main characteristics of the mathematical models
developed by the scientific community in order to determine an optimal inventory policy
for deteriorating items. Thus, a classified bibliography of 390 articles published from
2001 to 2014 in high-impact journals is submitted while considering the type of demand
and deterioration, the integration of inventory and pricing decisions, the inclusion
of shortage and/or the time value of money, the consideration of multiple items and/or
multi-echelon systems, and the incorporation of uncertain parameters other than demand.
Finally, research questions not yet addressed by the research community in the field of
inventory control for deteriorating items are pointed out.

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Biografía del autor/a

Freddy Andres Perez Mantilla, UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES

Departamento de Ingeniería Industrial

Estudiante de doctorado

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Mantilla, F. A. P., & Delgado, J. F. T. (2014). Modelos de Inventarios con Productos Perecederos: Revisión de la Literatura. Ingeniería, 19(2). https://doi.org/10.14483/udistrital.jour.reving.2014.2.a01
Publicado: 2014-08-11