Functioning model of the system of supplying material resources in operations

Keywords: functioning, model, support system, logistics, material resources, operation

Abstract

Purpose: development of a model for the functioning of the material resources supply system by determining the rational parameters of the system for its effective functioning in the performance of assigned tasks in the course of operations.

Method: methods of structural analysis and synthesis, methods of evaluation and comparison, induction and deduction, as well as comparison, formalization, abstraction and modeling based on Petri nets.

Findings: the conducted simulation modeling of the functioning of the system of providing material resources made it possible to determine a rational version of the functioning of the system with a set of rational characteristics according to the given parameters, which ensures high efficiency of the functioning of the system of providing material resources and a rational consumption of material resources for its implementation.

Theoretical implications: consists in determining an approach to modeling the functioning of the system of providing material resources, taking into account the factor of dynamism in time and changing parameters and, as a result, the probability of completing tasks as intended (full and timely provision of material resources to units in the area of task performance in operations).

Type of article: theoretical.

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2023-10-31
How to Cite
Telehin, V. (2023). Functioning model of the system of supplying material resources in operations. Social Development and Security, 13(5), 134-148. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.5.14
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Social Sciences