International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Software Engineering | India | Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015


Simulation for Optimizing Repository of COTS

P. K. Suri | Karambir [2]


Abstract: Sufficient warehousing management is critical for procurement, storage and delivery of software component. Therefore it is important to find and implement the optimized warehousing system. In Component based software Engineering, it is considered a two-level multi product warehousing control system which controls the requirement of user and fast development of system in the age of hard competition of days. For delivering the software, it is assumed that the client and the developer want their product by minimizing the total cost in mind by reducing the cost of reorder, holding and losses of customer from unavailability of the software in time. The demand of customer for the particular service or component as well as the time of delivering the software component from the vendor are random values with known probability of distribution. Multi location warehousing models are one of the most widely faced real time problem in mathematical warehousing theory, but the analytically models suffer from various restrictive assumptions and solutions. In the given paper, a simulation model of the above warehousing assumptions is proposed so that developer may not accumulate the extra and large heaps of components and also may not have shortage of the software for the developer or client.


Keywords: Warehousing, Component Delivery Time, Client Request Time, Simulation Methods, Component Based Software


Edition: Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015,


Pages: 855 - 859


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