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The Distribution Game is made by Peter L. Jackson, John A. Muckstadt of the School of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, Cornell University.
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The Distribution Game is a simulation game of a two level distribution system. The player controls shipments from a supplier and from a central warehouse. The goal is to cost effectively manage the flow of goods to satisfy random customer demands at multiple locations.
It is an excellent lead-in to the mathematical models of inventory control.
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