Estimate of the efficiency for logistics communication systems
Keywords:logistics system, information, macro analysis.
For efficiency estimation of logistics communication systems (LCS) proposed the method, which is based on the macroscopic approach and takes into account a lot of random factors describing their transformation into a regular process. The conformity of the basic parameters of LCS to their performance was identified. Rate constants of growth and loss of information were determined. The efficiency assessment method for LCS was examined, taking the balance state into account. Obtained results enable to predict efficacy in the development, and for maintenance of LCS.
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