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Time

Statistics related to this group provide detailed information on the overall experiment running time, the amount of time spent on processing tasks as well as time spent in the idle state.

Lead Time

Shows statistics on delivery time of every ordered product item. The best way to analyze the obtained data is to visualize it via histogram or Best-Mean-Worst Line type of charts.
The data is:

  • Updated each time a shipment with the order is delivered (all delivered orders are considered no matter if they are in time or delayed).
  • Collected per:
    • Type - the type of object the data is collected on (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier).
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.
    • Product - the products the data is collected on.
    • Source - the source that supplied the object with the requested product.
    • Period - the period, for which the data is calculated.

Max Lead Time

Shows statistics on the max delivery time. The data is:

  • Collected per:
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.
    • Product - the products the data is collected on.
    • Source - the source that supplied the object with the requested product.
    • Period - the period, for which the data is calculated.
  • Updated each time a shipment with the order is delivered (all delivered orders are considered no matter if they are in time or delayed).

Mean Lead Time

Shows statistics on the mean delivery time. The data is:

  • Collected per:
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.
    • Product - the products the data is collected on.
    • Source - the source that supplied the object with the requested product.
    • Period - the period, for which the data is calculated.
  • Updated each time a shipment with the order is delivered (all delivered orders are considered no matter if they are in time or delayed).

Production Line Busy Time

Shows statistics on the amount of time the production line is busy processing tasks. The data is:

  • Updated each time a task is received.
  • Collected per:
    • Type - the type of object the data is collected on (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier).
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.
    • Product - the products the data is collected on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.

Production Line Idle Time

Shows statistics on the amount of time the production line is idle with no work to do. The data is:

  • Updated each time a task is finished.
  • Collected per:
    • Type - the type of object the data is collected on (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier).
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.
    • Product - the products the data is collected on.
    • Period - the period during which the data is collected.

Staff Busy Time (DC with Staff)

Shows statistics on the amount of time the available staff is busy processing tasks. The data is:

  • Updated each time a task is received.
  • Collected per:
    • Type - the type of object the data is collected on (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier).
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.

Staff Idle Time (DC with Staff)

Shows statistics on the amount of time the available staff is idle with no work to do. The data is:

  • Updated each time a task is finished.
  • Collected per:
    • Type - the type of object the data is collected on (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier).
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.

Total Time to Recover

[Used within Risk Analysis experiment only] Shows statistics on the total amount of time the supply chain was running below the specified Failure service level.

The data is:

  • Updated on daily basis.
  • Collected per:
    • Product - the product the data is collected on.
    • Replication - the ordinal number of replication in which the event took place.
    • Value - the total amount of time the supply chain was running below the specified Failure service level.
    • Unit - the time measurement unit.

Vehicle Loading Time

Shows statistics on the amount of time spent on loading a vehicle type at the gates. The data is:

  • Updated on daily basis.
  • Collected per:
    • Type - the type of object the data is collected on (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier).
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.
    • Vehicle type - the vehicle type used to perform delivery
    • Period - the period, for which the data is calculated.

Vehicle Unloading Time

Shows statistics on the amount of time spent on unloading a vehicle type at the gates. The data is:

  • Updated on daily basis.
  • Collected per:
    • Type - the type of object the data is collected on (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier).
    • Object - the name of the object (Customer, DC, Factory, Supplier) the data is collected on.
    • Vehicle type - the vehicle type used to perform delivery.
    • Period - the period, for which the data is calculated.
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