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Custom table statistics contain tables created by user within the AnyLogic environment.

Constraints Statistics

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the trip limitations.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle ID - the identification number of the vehicle.
    • Distance - the distance the vehicle covered within the trip.
    • Max Distance - the maximum distance a vehicle can travel within a trip. It is user-defined value in the Max Path Distance column of the Vehicle Types table.
    • Distance Unit - the distance measurement unit.
    • Time - the time during which the vehicle was covering the Distance.
    • Max Time - the driver's shift duration (defined in the Max driver working time parameter).
    • Time Unit - the time measurement unit used for statistics.
    • Capacity Utilization - the vehicle's utilization during the trip.

Demand Fulfillment

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on demand within the supply chain during the specified period of time.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Customer - the customer the products are shipped to.
    • Product - the product used within the flow.
    • Demand Min - (varies if Select demand variation type parameter of NO experiment is not set to Exact demand) the minimum demand level that triggers the Under Cost penalty if violated.
    • Demand Max - (varies if Select demand variation type parameter of NO experiment is not set to Exact demand) the maximum demand level that triggers the Over Cost penalty if violated.
    • Satisfied - the amount of satisfied demand (in units specified in the Products table).
    • Percentage - the amount of satisfied demand in percentage.
      If 100%- 105% is specified in the Select demand variation type parameter, the fully satisfied amount (100%) will be equal to the max deviation value, i.e., 105%.
    • Revenue per Item - revenue received per product item.
    • Revenue Total - the total revenue received for all products shipped within this time period.
    • Under Cost - penalty for violating the Demand Min parameter.
    • Over Cost - penalty for violating the Demand Max parameter.
    • Penalty - the total penalties paid within this time period for violating the min and max demand parameters.

Demand Coverage by Distance

[Used within GFA and GFA with Roads experiments only] Shows detailed statistics on the demand to satisfy within a certain distance per site created by the GFA experiment.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Site - sites created by the GFA experiment.
    • Distance to Site, km - the distance covered.
    • Demand, % - demand to satisfy (expressed in percentage) within the corresponding covered distance.
    • Demand, m3 - demand to satisfy (expressed in units) within the corresponding covered distance.

Distance Coverage by Demand

[Used within GFA and GFA with Roads experiments only] Shows detailed statistics on the distance to cover to satisfy a certain percentage of the demand.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Site - sites created by the GFA experiment.
    • Demand, % - demand to satisfy (expressed in percentage).
    • Demand, m3 - demand to satisfy (expressed in units).
    • Distance to Site, km - the distance to cover to satisfy the corresponding amount of demand.

Events Table

[Used within all the Simulation-based experiments, but the Safety Stock estimation experiment] Shows detailed statistics on the events that took place. The table does not necessarily contain all the defined events. If an event did not take place due to the specified probability (in the Events table), it will not be present in this table.
The data is:

  • Updated each time an event occurs.
  • Collected per:
    • Replication - the ordinal number of replication in which the event took place.
    • Event - name of the event that took place.
    • Date - the exact date and time when the event took place.
    • Day # - the ordinal number of the day when the event took place. The first day is the simulation launch day.

Fleet Utilization

Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the number of vehicles used and their load per trip.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicles Used - the number of times this type of vehicle left the site to deliver the products.
    • Average Distance - The average distance that was covered within this trip.
    • Max Distance - the maximum distance a vehicle can travel within a trip. It is user-defined value in the Max Path Distance column of the Vehicle Types table.
    • Distance Unit - the distance measurement unit.
    • Average Time - the average time a vehicle was on the move within the trip.
    • Max Time - the driver's shift duration (defined in the Max driver working time parameter).
    • Time Unit - the time measurement unit used for statistics.

Generated Paths

[Used within TO and Capacitated TO experiments only] Shows detailed statistics on the routes that were generated by the TO experiment.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Site - the initial point of the route the vehicle sets off from.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products on this route.
    • Destinations - the customers the vehicle visited.
    • Cost, units - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment only] the cost of transportation (from Site to the last specified Destination).
    • Distance, units - the covered distance in the distance measurement units.
    • Shipment - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment only] the period within which the shipment was made.
    • Solution Type - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment only] the type of solution offered.

Generated Path Segments

[Used within TO and Capacitated TO experiments only] Shows detailed statistics on the segments of the generated routes that were created by the experiment.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Origin - the initial point of the route the vehicle sets off from.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products within this segment.
    • Destination - the customers the vehicle will visit.
    • Distance, measurement unit - the distance between the two points (Site and Destination).
    • Cost, currency - the cost of transportation between the two points (Site and Destination).
    • Arrival time - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment if Use time windows is enabled] shows the time when the shipment was delivered.
    • Amount - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment only] - the amount of product(s) the vehicle carried on this segment.
    • Capacity - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment only] - the units of measurement of the specified vehicle type's capacity.
    • Shipment - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment only] the period within which the shipment was made.

Generated Trips

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the trips that were generated by the experiment.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle ID - the identification number of the vehicle.
    • Destination - a succession of destinations in the order, in which they were visited during the trip. The list may contain the site the vehicle sets off from (if the vehicle visits it during the trip) and the duplicates of the destinations (if a destination is visited several times during the trip).
    • Cost - expenses on this trip. The costs are taken from the Paths table (includes the road back to the site).
    • Profit - the received profit (revenue less cost)
    • Finances Unit - the monetary unit used for statistics.
    • Start Time - the time when the vehicle set off from the specified site.
    • Distance - the distance the vehicle covered within the trip.
    • Distance Unit - the distance measurement unit.
    • Status - the type of solution offered.

Iteration seeds

[Used within Simulation-based experiments, except the Simulation experiment] Shows the seed of each run a multi-run experiment performs. This seed can further be used in the Random seed parameter of the Simulation experiment to reproduce the result.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Replication - the ordinal number of replication.
    • Seed - the seed used in this replication.

Named Expressions

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the user-defined expressions within the supply chain. Here belong the items, defined in the CO2 from Facilities, CO2 from Processing, Custom constraints, Facility Expenses, Paths, Product flows, Product storages, Production and Tariffs tables.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Expression Name - the name of the user-defined expression.
    • Value - the value of the user-defined expression.

New Site Locations

[Used within GFA and GFA with Roads experiments only] Shows information on all the new sites created by the experiment.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Name - the name of the new site, created by the GFA experiment.
    • Latitude - the latitude coordinate of the site's location.
    • Longitude - the longitude coordinate of the site's location.

Objective Members

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows results of expressions, defined in the Objective Members table.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it shows value of the objective member for the numbered found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Objective member - the name of the objective member defined in the Objective Members table.
    • Value - the value of the corresponding objective member defined in the Objective Members table.

Operating Sites

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on costs of the working facilities (the ones with the Open status).
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Site - the site that is considered within the statistics.
    • Status - the status of the considered site.
    • Initial Cost - the cost of opening a site if it is initially closed.
    • Closing Cost - the cost of closing a site if it is initially open.
    • Other cost, per period
    • Total cost - total amount of expenses on the considered site within the specified period of time.

Order Statistics

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the delivered orders.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Destination - the location to which the vehicle is heading to.
    • Product - the product that the vehicle is delivering.
    • Quantity - the amount of transported product.
    • Quantity Unit - the product measurement unit.
    • Order Creation Date - the date when the customer placed order.
    • Order Due Date - the date by which the order is expected to be delivered.
    • Revenue - the price of the transported amount of product (defined in the Selling Price column of the Products table).
    • Revenue Unit - the monetary unit used for statistics.
    • Source Processing Start - the date when the processing starts at the source object (the site, from which the vehicle sets off).
    • Source Processing Finish - the date when the processing finishes at the source object (the site, from which the vehicle sets off).
    • Destination Processing Start - the date when the processing starts at the destination object (the customer expecting the order).
    • Destination Processing Finish - the date when the processing finishes at the destination object (the customer expecting the order).

Other Costs

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on all the other costs incurred within the specified period of time.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Site - the site that is considered within this statistic.
    • Other Cost, per month - other monthly site expenses (defined in the Expense Type column of the Facility expenses table).
    • Other Cost, per period - other site expenses incurred per period (defined in the Expense Type column of the Facility expenses table).

Overall Stats

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on all the incurred expenses that are deducted from the received revenue within the specified period of time.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Initial Cost - the total cost of opening facilities.
    • Outbound Processing Cost - the total cost of processing the outgoing products.
    • Penalties - the total penalties paid.
    • Supply Cost - the cost that we will pay the supplier.
    • Inbound Processing Cost - the total cost of processing the incoming products.
    • Other Cost - the expenses that are not dependent on the level of goods or services produced by the business.
    • CO2 Emission - the total amount of CO2 emissions.
    • Transportation Cost - the total transportation cost.
    • Carrying Cost - the total cost of storing products.
    • Revenue - the total revenue received.
    • Production Cost - the cost associated with the production of goods.
    • Closing Cost - the total cost of closing facilities.
    • Objective - the amount of costs that are considered. Takes from Objective Members tab

Product Flows

[Used within GFA and GFA with Roads experiments only] Shows detailed statistics on the flows within the supply chain with the GFA offered sites.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • From - the source of the flow.
    • To - the destination of the flow.
    • Product - the product used within the flow.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Flow, m3 - the amount of products (in units specified in the Products table).
    • Distance, km - the distance between the source and the destination of the product.
    • Flow Cost Estimation, m3 * km - the estimated cost of the product flow.

Product Flows

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the flows of the supply chain within the specified period of time.
This and the Vehicle flows statistics are used to calculate the transportation cost.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • From - the source of the flow.
    • To - the destination of the flow.
    • Arrival Period - the period within which the product was delivered.
    • Product - the product used within the flow.
    • Flow - the amount of products (in units specified in the Products table).
    • Unit - the product measurement unit.
    • Flow Min - the flow Min Throughput constraint specified in the Product Flows table.
    • Flow Max - the flow Max Throughput constraint specified in the Product Flows table.
    • Percentage - shows the deviation from the specified throughputs. If the Flow Max value is 0 (the Max Throughput constraint is not defined), the value in this column will be -1.0 since we cannot divide by zero.
    • Flow Under Cost - penalty for violating the Min Throughput flow constraint.
    • Flow Over Cost - penalty for violating the Min Throughput level flow constraint.
    • Distance - the distance covered within the specified period from source to destination points.
    • Vehicle type - the type of the vehicle used to deliver the products.
    • Travel Time - the time it took to deliver the product.
    • Out Processing Cost, per item - the cost of processing every outgoing product item.
    • Out Processing Cost, total - the total cost of processing all outgoing products of this flow.
    • Transportation Cost, per item - the cost of transportation one product item.
    • Transportation Cost, total - the total cost of transportation all products of this flow.
    • Tariff, per item - the estimated tax per product item.
    • Tariff, total - the total tax paid for the products transported within the simulation period. It is calculated as Flow multiplied by Tariff, per item.
    • In Processing Cost, per item - the cost of processing every incoming product item.
    • In Processing Cost, total - the total cost of processing all incoming products of this flow.
    • Flow Cost, per item - the resulting expenses incurred per product item within this flow.
    • Penalty - the penalties paid for violating the throughputs.
    • Flow Cost, total - The total expenses incurred within this flow for the specified period.

Product Flows Table

[Used within SIM experiment only] Shows statistics on the objects the products are shipped from, the products that were shipped, the shipped amount of products and the list of destinations the products were shipped to.
The data is:

  • Updated each time a product leaves a site.
  • Collected per:
    • Object - the source of the product.
    • Product - the products used within the flow.
    • Destination - the destination of the flow the products are shipped to.
    • Period - the period during which the product flows are analyzed.
    • Amount - the amount of products (in units specified in the Products table).

Production Cost

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on costs incurred during the production process.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Facility - the facility producing products.
    • BOM - the BOM used at this facility to produce the product.
    • End Product - the product that is produced by the facility using the BOM.
    • Amount - the amount of products produced within the specified period of time.
    • Production Cost - the expenses on producing the total amount of produced products.
    • Min Throughput - the Min Throughput constraint specified in the Production table.
    • Max Throughput - the Max Throughput constraint specified in the Production table.
    • Production Penalty - the penalty for violating Min and Max throughputs, specified in the Production table.
    • Total cost - total amount of expenses on production of products at the considered site within the specified period of time.

Production Flows

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the flows involved in the production process.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Facility - the facility producing products.
    • BOM - the BOM used at this facility to produce the product.
    • Product - The column contains:
      • the list of products that are consumed in the process of production of the end product of the BOM.
      • the end product of the BOM.
    • Consumed - refers only to the materials consumed in the process of production of the end product of the BOM. Shows the amount of the consumed materials within the specified period.
    • Produced - refers only to the end product of the BOM. Shows the amount of the produced end products within the specified period of time.

Recovery Time

[Used within the Risk Analysis only] Shows detailed statistics on the time the supply chain was running below the Failure service level.
The data is:

  • Updated each time the service level drops below the Failure Service Level.
  • Collected per:
    • Replication - the ordinal number of replication in which the drop of service level occurred.
    • Product - the product the data is collected on.
    • Start day - the ordinal number of the day the service level dropped below the specified Failure service level. The first day is the simulation launch day.
    • End day - the ordinal number of the day the service level reached the Recovery service level. The first day is the simulation launch day.
    • Duration(days) - the length of the recovery period in days.

Site State

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the cost of opening/closing a site.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Site - the site that is considered within this statistic.
    • Initial State - the state of the site at the beginning of the experiment.
    • New State - the new state of the site if set to change.
    • Initial Cost - the cost of opening a site if it is initially closed.
    • Closing Cost - the cost of closing a site if it is initially open.

Shared Flow Constraints

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on flow constraints (available if at least one of the "Expanded..." columns is disabled in the Product Flows table). The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • From - the source of the flow.
    • To - the destination of the flow.
    • Products - the products used within the flow.
    • Flow, volume - the amount of products (in units specified in the Products table).
    • Flow min, volume - the flow Min Throughput constraint specified in the Product Flows table.
    • Flow max, volume - the flow Max Throughput constraint specified in the Product Flows table.
    • Flow Under Cost - penalty for violating the Min Throughput flow constraint.
    • Flow Over Cost - penalty for violating the Min Throughput level flow constraint.
    • Penalty - the penalties paid for violating the throughputs.

Shared Storages Constraints

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on storage constraints (available if at least one of the "Expanded..." columns is disabled in the Product Storages table). The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Facilities - the facilities processing products.
    • Products - the products used within the flow.
    • Storage - the amount of products stored in the facility at the end of the period.
    • Storage Min - the Min Stock constraint specified in the Product Storages table.
    • Storage Max - the Max Stock constraint specified in the Product Storages table.
    • Understock Penalty - penalty for violating the Min Stock constraint.
    • Overstock Penalty - penalty for violating the Max Stock constraint.
    • Penalty - the penalties paid for violating the Min and Max storage constraints.

Shipment Schedule Table

[Used within Simulation-based experiments, except the Safety Stock experiment] Shows detailed statistics on all shipments made within the supply chain.
The data is:

  • Updated with each new shipment made.
  • Collected per:
    • Shipment ID - the identification number of the shipment.
    • Original Shipper - the origin of the product. Its initial location.
    • Vehicle type - the type of the vehicle used to deliver the shipment.
    • Vehicles amount - the number of vehicles that was required to make the shipment.
    • Previous locations - the location the vehicle set off from.
    • Current location - the location, at which the vehicle currently performs action
    • Next location - the location, to which the vehicle will set off from the Current location.
    • Action - the action the vehicles performed at this object (Loading, Departure, Arrival, Unloading).
    • Date - the date, on which the action (see Action column) was performed.
    • Product - the products, with which the action (see Action column) was performed within this shipment.
    • Quantity - the number/amount of products of this type in this shipment.
    • Unit - the product measurement unit.

Shipments Table

[Used within Simulation-based experiments, except the Safety Stock experiment] Shows total statistics on all shipments made within the supply chain.
The data is:

  • Updated with each new shipment made.
  • Collected per:
    • Shipment ID - the identification number of the shipment.
    • Shipper - the site the product is shipped from.
    • Destinations - the object, to which the vehicle is heading to.
    • Vehicle type - the type of the vehicle used to deliver the shipment.
    • Vehicles amount - the number of vehicles that was required to make the shipment.
    • Departure date - the date, on which the vehicle set off from the Shipper.
    • Departure period - the period of time, during which the vehicle set off from the Shipper.
    • Departure day - the ordinal number of day, on which the vehicle set off from the Shipper.
    • Amount - the amount of products of delivered by this shipment.
    • Unit - the product measurement unit.
    • Output processing cost - the total cost of processing the Amount of products at the Shipper object.
    • Transportation cost - the total transportation cost of this shipment.
    • Input processing cost - the total cost of processing the Amount of products at the Destination object.
    • Tariff - the total tax paid for the products transported within this shipment.
    • Total cost - the total amount of expenses incurred within this shipment.
    • Revenue - the received revenue.
    • Cost unit - the monetary unit used for statistics

Skipped Customers

[Used within TO and Capacitated experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the customers that could not be reached, because no paths were found leading to them within the required shipment period.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Site - the site that services the customer.
    • Expected Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that was expected to deliver the products to this customer.
    • Shipment - [Available in Capacitated TO experiment only] - the period within which the shipment was made.
    • Skipped Customers - the customers that were not included in any of the routes.

Skipped Orders

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the skipped orders. The orders can be skipped for the following reasons:

  • Customer can't be reached:
    • Time limit reached (defined in the Max driver working time parameter).
    • Distance limit reached (defined in the Max Path Distance column of the Vehicle Type table).
    • There is no path to this customer.
  • Experiment's objective is profit and calculations show that the delivery expenses are higher than the expected profit.

The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Destination - The customer who placed the order.
    • Product - the product that the customer is expecting.
    • Quantity - the amount of demanded product.
    • Quantity Unit - the product measurement unit.
    • Order Creation Date - the date when the customer placed order.
    • Order Due Date - the date by which the order is expected to be delivered.
    • Revenue - the price of the transported amount of product (defined in the Selling Price column of the Products table).
    • Revenue Unit - the monetary unit used for statistics.

Storage by Product

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on costs for storing products at a facility within the specified period of time.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Facility - the facility used for storing products.
    • Product - the product used within the flow.
    • In Flow - the incoming flow of products to the facility.
    • Initial Storage - the initial amount of products stored in the facility.
    • Storage - the amount of products stored in the facility at the end of the period.
    • Percentage - shows the difference between the initial amount and the amount at the end of the period.
    • Out Flow - the outgoing flow of products to the facility.
    • Carrying Cost, per m3 - the cost of storing one cubic meter of products.
    • Total Carrying Cost - the total cost of storing the whole amount of products. It is calculated as:

      Storage cost * |Storage - Initial Storage| / 2

    • Storage min - the Min Stock constraint specified in the Product Storages table.
    • Storage max - the Max Stock constraint specified in the Product Storages table.
    • Understock Penalty - penalty for violating the Min Stock constraint.
    • Overstock Penalty - penalty for violating the Max Stock constraint.
    • Storage Penalty - the penalties paid for violating the Min and Max storage constraints.
    • Total Cost - total amount of expenses on storing products at the considered site within the specified period of time.

Total Demand Coverage by Distance

[Used within GFA and GFA with roads experiments only] Shows detailed statistics on the total demand to satisfy within a certain distance.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Distance to Site, km - the distance covered.
    • Demand, % - demand to satisfy (expressed in percentage) within the corresponding covered distance.
    • Demand, m3 - demand to satisfy (expressed in units) within the corresponding covered distance.

Total Statistics

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows total statistics on all the trips.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Facility - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Cost - the total expenses on all trips. The costs are taken from the Paths table (includes the road back to the site).
    • Revenue - the total revenue.
    • Profit - the total received profit (revenue less cost).
    • Finances Unit - the monetary unit used for statistics.
    • Orders Amount - total number of orders delivered.
    • Performers Amount - total amount of trips.
    • Utilization - the ratio of the total products delivered (in the vehicle capacity measurement units) to total capacity of vehicles used (each trip counts, i.e., if a vehicle set off several times, then its capacity will be considered several times).
    • Driving Time - the total time spent on delivering orders.
    • Working Time - the total processing time (defined in the Processing Time table).
    • Waiting Time - the total time spent in queue.
    • Total Time - the total time spent on all trips (Driving Time + Working Time + Waiting Time).
    • Time Unit - the time unit used for statistics.
    • Start Time - the time when the first vehicle set off from the positioning site.
    • Stop Time - the time when the last vehicle returned to the positioning site.
    • Distance - the total distance covered.
    • Distance Unit - the distance unit used for statistics.

Trip Details

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows detail statistics per trip.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle ID - the identification number of the vehicle.
    • Cost - expenses on this trip. The costs are taken from the Paths table (includes the road back to the site).
    • Revenue - the received revenue.
    • Profit - the received profit (revenue less cost)
    • Finances Unit - the monetary unit used for statistics.
    • Orders Amount - number of orders delivered within this trip.
    • Performers Amount - number of times a vehicle had to leave the site.
    • Utilization - the ratio of the total products delivered (in the vehicle capacity measurement units) to total capacity of vehicles used (each trip counts, i.e., if a vehicle set off several times, then its capacity will be considered several times).

      This value can be greater than 1 if e.g.a fully loaded truck set off several times.

    • Driving Time - the time spent on delivering orders within this trip.
    • Working Time - the total processing time (defined in the Processing Time table) within this trip.
    • Waiting Time - the total time spent in queue within this trip.
    • Total Time - the total time spent on this trip (Driving Time + Working Time + Waiting Time).
    • Time Unit - the time unit used for statistics.
    • Start Time - the first time vehicle set off from the positioning site.
    • Stop Time - the time when the vehicle finally returned to the positioning site.
    • Distance - the total distance covered within this trip.
    • Distance Unit - the distance unit used for statistics.

Trip Actions

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows succession of actions and detailed statistics per each action within the trip.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle ID - the identification number of the vehicle.
    • Job Location - the location where the job (specified in the Job Type column) is done.
    • Job Type - the type of job a vehicle is doing. If a customer is expecting more than 1 order, the table will show a job for each order.
    • Destination - the location to which the vehicle is heading to.
    • Product - the product that the vehicle is delivering.
    • Quantity - the amount of transported product.
    • Quantity Unit - the product measurement unit.
    • Order Creation Date - the date when the customer placed order.
    • Order Due Date - the date by which the order is expected to be delivered.
    • Revenue - the price of the transported amount of product (defined in the Selling Price column of the Products table).
    • Revenue Unit - the monetary unit used for statistics.

Trip Locations

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on vehicle movement.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle ID - the identification number of the vehicle.
    • Location - the location where the action (specified in the Action column) is taking place.
    • Orders - the list of customers the vehicle is heading to (in the visiting order) and the amount of products it carries for each customer.
    • Action - what the truck is doing at the current location (see the Location column).
    • Driving Time - the time spent on delivering orders within this trip.
    • Working Time - the time spent on action (see Action column).
    • Waiting Time - the time spent in queue.
    • Total Time - the total time spent on this delivery (Driving Time + Working Time + Waiting Time).
    • Time Unit - the time unit used for statistics.
    • Start Time - shows when the Woring Time started.
    • Stop Time - shows the delivery time (Start Time + Working Time).
    • Distance - the distance covered within this delivery.
    • Distance Unit - the distance unit used for statistics.
    • Processed Orders - the number or processed orders.
    • Processed Capacity - the number of processed orders in vehicle capacity measurement units.
    • Capacity Unit - the vehicle capacity measurement unit.
    • Current Orders - the number of orders left to deliver.
    • Current Capacity - the number of orders left to deliver in vehicle capacity measurement units.
    • Capacity Unit - the vehicle capacity measurement unit.

Trip Max Load

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows data on the highest vehicle load within each trip.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle ID - the identification number of the vehicle.
    • Orders Carried - the number of orders a vehicle carried.
    • Carried Capacity - the number of orders a vehicle carried in vehicle capacity measurement units.
    • Capacity Unit - the vehicle capacity measurement unit.

Trip Total Load

[Used within Advanced TO experiment only] Shows data on the total number of orders delivered per trip.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of the experiment run.
  • Collected per:
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off from.
    • Trip ID - the identification number of the trip.
    • Vehicle Type - the type of the vehicle that is used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle ID - the identification number of the vehicle.
    • Orders Carried - the number of orders a vehicle carried.
    • Carried Capacity - the number of orders a vehicle carried in vehicle capacity measurement units.
    • Capacity Unit - the vehicle capacity measurement unit.

Vehicle Flows

[Used within NO experiment only] Shows detailed statistics on the vehicles types used to deliver goods within the supply chain. Statistics is gathered only for the vehicles that are using Paths with FTL transportation policy.
This and the Product flows statistics are used to calculate the transportation cost.
The data is:

  • Updated at the end of every iteration.
  • Collected per:
    • Iteration - refers to the specified number of best solutions. In other words, it enumerates the found solutions.
      e.g. 1 - first solution, 2 - second solution and so on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.
    • Source - the site the vehicle sets off with the products to deliver.
    • Destination - the customer the carried products are delivered to.
    • Vehicle type - the type of the vehicle used to deliver the products.
    • Vehicle trips - the number of trips made by the corresponding vehicle type.
    • Cost - the sum of transportation costs for all vehicle trips.
    • Total products flow - the overall amount of products delivered within the current flow.
    • Unit - the product measurement unit.
    • Vehicle capacity - the capacity of a single vehicle of this type.
    • Min load - the min load of the vehicle within the flow.
    • Actual load - the actual load of the vehicle within the flow.

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