Authors: Cezary Mańkowski
Title: LOGISTICS IMPLICATIONS OF CHAOS THEORY
Keywords: chaos, logistics
The aim of this article is identification of the chaos main forms and their logistics implications (examples, sources, instruments). Bifurcation, intermittency and strange attractors are recognized within economics and management sciences with their logistics examples as logistics function, bull-whip effect, innovations and changes of logistics parameters. The inside and outside environment of logistics system is regarded both as a source of chaos in logistics and a source of methods for counteracting. They include management methods and tools generally accepted, especially integration and coordination.
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|MLA||Mańkowski, Cezary. "Logistics implications of chaos theory." Logforum 5.4 (2009): 4.|
|APA||Cezary Mańkowski (2009). Logistics implications of chaos theory. Logforum 5 (4), 4.|
|ISO 690||MAńKOWSKI, Cezary. Logistics implications of chaos theory. Logforum, 2009, 5.4: 4.|