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|ÿþIn addition, we determine the cost of the globally hats men optimal policy, without assuming static CLs, using dynamic programming, and compare the performance of our policy to the globally optimal policy and two alternative, more naive, policies. We also compare the robustness of both the CL and the globally optimal policy and establish for the first time that the CL policy is typically more robust to changes in lead time variability than the globally optimal policy. In fact, the OCL policy determined under exponential lead times may even outperform the globally optimal policy determined under exponential lead times when they are utilized in situations with non-exponential lead times. Even though our evaluation procedure avoids many matrix inversions, some are unavoidable to precisely evaluate the performance of each S and c.
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