Modelling, Measurement and Control
Series D. Production Engineering and Management, Organization, Human and Social Problems
Editors: Christian Berger Vachon
Publication Fequency: 1 volume per year
Modelling, Measurement and Control (MMC) is an annual international journal series including four journals: Series A: General Physics and Electrical Applications, Series B: Mechanics and Thermics, Series C: Chemistry, Geology, Environment and Bioengineering, and Series D: Production Engineering and Management, Organization, Human and Social Problems.
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|Yuan Duan, Juan Chen, Geng Zhang, Guoyi Hu (China )|
|The Research on Contrast between Dan System of Chinese Wushu and Belt System of Karate||Pag. 16|
|Jidong Lin (China )|
|The Analysis of the Sharing of Bicycles||Pag. 26|
|C. Feng, X. Li, J. Liang (China)|
|Optimal Policies for Deteriorating Items with Preservation and Maintenance Management When Demand is Trade Credit Sensitive||Pag. 36|
|Poonam Mishra, Azharuddin Shaikh (India )|
|Two Warehouse Inventory Model for Imperfect Quality Items with Allowable Proportionate Discount||Pag. 55|
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|Samir K. Saha, Suvanjan Bhattacharyya (India )|
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|Sudeep Samanta, Pushpak Seal, Jitendra Nath Bera (India )|
|Question Item Quality Analysis in Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS): A Case Study Based Approach||Pag. 89|
|Nilay Kr. Nag, Nabamita Majumder, Anjan Goswami (India )|
|Smart Glass for Blind People||Pag. 102|
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|Voice Input Transport Enquiry System for the Benefit of Society||Pag. 111|
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|Nita H. Shah, Mrudul Y. Jani (India)|
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|Haniyeh Amiri (Spain)|
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|Dipankar Dutta, Sanat Kumar Majumder (India)|
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|S. Bhadra, S. K. Majumder (India)|
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|J. C. Nwaru, O. R. Iheke (Nigeria)|
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|Feng, C.; Liang, J.|
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