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Knowledge Consistency Maintenance Architecture for Bullwhip Effect in Global SCM

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3 Author(s)
Hsieh Ching-Shun ; Dept. of Commercial Technol. & Manage., Ling Tung Univ., Taichung ; Hung Jui-Wen ; Lo Kuo-Yen

With e-business and enterprise global layout trend, SCM efficiency is a key of improving competitions. In global transnational enterprise, widely area duplicates inconsistency issues became seriously in the SCM as a result of using caching, middleware and database replication technologies to improve bullwhip effect problem. We proposed novel global knowledge message consistency model - DHWSRP (distributed heterogeneous Web service routing based portal) that can ripple propagate updating SCM copy that existed in internal heterogeneity of enterprise database with specified OKMS (original knowledge message source) partially dependency relationships. The thesis also proposed a new scalable replica routing policies dynamic reconfiguration distributed forwarding data path in hierarchical enterprises knowledge database. On the basis of the ubiquitous data consistency framework, many active updating flows can be pushed by AI agents using real time, periodic, reservation, and queuing with priority/degradation/preemption etc. methods. Apply scenario can eliminate in GSCM (global SCM).

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Artificial Intelligence, 2008. MICAI '08. Seventh Mexican International Conference on

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27-31 Oct. 2008