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The Resource Logistics Engineering and Health

Logistics Engineering and Health

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Logistics Engineering and Health
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Logistics Engineering and Health
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Logistics Engineering and Health
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Logistics Engineering and Health
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  • Front Cover -- Logistics Engineering and Health -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Acronyms -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Logistics Engineering -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Logistics: origins and evolution -- 1.3. Logistics Network: definitions, characteristics and complexity -- 1.4. Logistics typology -- 1.5. Quality/logistics convergence -- 1.6. Infologistics: information systems for logistics -- 1.7. Possible resolution methods in favor of logistics -- 1.8. Conclusion -- Chapter 2 Case Studies and Contributions to the Resolution of Logistics System-related Problems -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Analogies between logistics systems -- 2.3. Transport logistics -- 2.4. Crisis management logistics -- 2.5. Warehouse logistics -- 2.6. Conclusion -- Chapter 3 Health Logistics: Toward Collaborative Approaches and Tools -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. The health sector -- 3.3. Emergence of new needs -- 3.4. Health logistics -- 3.5. Hospital emergency services -- 3.6. Hospital and healthcare information systems -- 3.7. Analogy between conventional and healthcare logistics -- 3.8. Conclusion -- Chapter 4 Collaborative Workflow for Patient Pathway Modeling at Pediatric Emergency Services -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Definition of workflow -- 4.3. Why use a "workflow approach" in health? -- 4.4. Description of a workflow diagram type -- 4.5. Health collaborative workflow -- 4.6. Inter-operability concepts for health collaborative workflows -- 4.7. Patient pathway description for PES (CHRU1 de Lille) -- 4.8. PES infrastructure -- 4.9. Collaborative workflow for modeling patient pathway in the steady state -- 4.10. Agent-oriented approach for collaborative workflow -- 4.11. Agent coalition for executing collaborative workflow -- 4.12. Negotiation protocol between agents controlling a workflow instance
  • 4.13. Global coherence and periodic behavior of collaborative workflow -- 4.14. Treatment of generated collaborative workflow decision points -- 4.15. Summary -- 4.16. Agent activities for collaborative workflow -- 4.17. Conclusion -- Chapter 5 Agent-based Architecture for Task Scheduling and Dynamic Orchestration Support -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Mathematical formulation of the scheduling problem at PES -- 5.3. Multiple competence task -- 5.4. Agent-based modeling -- 5.5. Descrption of a SA's behavior -- 5.6. Dynamic aggregative approach for evaluating fitness function -- 5.7. Workflow orchestration -- 5.8. Simulation and results -- 5.9. Simulation and scheduling results: the SA's behavior -- 5.10. Conclusion -- General Conclusion and Perspectives -- Bibliography -- List of Authors -- Index -- Back Cover
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