just in time

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Tam vaktinde

Tom tam vaktinde okula geldi. - Tom got to school just in time.

Tom akşam yemeği için eve tam vaktinde gelir. - Tom usually arrives home just in time for dinner.

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JIT
English - English
at the last possible moment; just before or within the assigned time
JIT, right before time is up, right before it would be too late (Internet chat slang)
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The principle of production and inventory control in which goods arrive when needed for production or use Warehousing tends to be minimal or non-existent; the container is the movable warehouse and must arrive around the time it is required
at the last possible moment; "she was saved in the nick of time"
The concept of reducing inventories by working closely with suppliers to co-ordinate delivery of materials just before their use in the manufacturing or supply process
An approach to minimizing inventory costs through identifying minimal inventory levels and arranging with suppliers to replenish stocks just in time to be used in production
freight scheduled for immediate use at its destination
Popular term to described the benefit of e-learning's accessibility As in, "Our sales force can access our online, just-in-time training whenever they have a question about a product; no longer do they have to enroll in, and wait for, a classroom training program "
In education, just-in-time instruction is available at the time a learner needs it in order to perform a task, rather than only at the time a provider wants to make it available
A strategy that concentrates on making quality products, in the quantity needed, when it is needed This strategy exposes waste and makes continuous improvement possible
(JIT)—The concept of only compiling units of code just as they are needed at runtime The JIT compiler in the CLR compiles MSIL instructions to native machine code as a NET application is executed The compilation occurs as each method is called; the JIT-compiled code is cached in memory and is never recompiled more than once during the program's execution
The principle of production and inventory control that calls for immediate movement of raw materials, component parts, and work-in-progress Goods arrive when needed (just in time) for production or use rather than becoming expensive inventory that occupies costly warehouse space
A concept where an item is delivered where and when it is needed
Of a manufacturing system in which components are delivered at the precise time required, thus minimizing inventory carrying costs
(Ticaret) (JIT) A manufacturing and inventory management philosophy that seeks to effectively manage resources and improve organizational effectiveness by identifying and eliminating sources of waste (anything that does not add to the customer's perception of value). Among other areas, it focuses on the reduction of lead times, small lot sizes, flexible production facilities and workforces, elimination of quality defects, and the reduction of inventory levels to as close to zero as possible. Inventory is seen in the JIT philosophy as not necessarily an asset, but as an unnecessary cost and potential liability that lengthens lead times, increases the chance for obsolescence and hides inefficient processes and systems. It also emphasizes group and partner involvement in design, manufacturing and logistics
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a manufacturing method based on statistical process control, setup procedures, yield quality, and preventive maintenance
In the broad sense, an approach to achieving excellence in manufacturing, based on the continuing elimination of waste (waste being considered to be anything which does not add value to the product)
A method whereby goods used for production are delivered to manufacturers immediately before they are needed This process avoids stockpiling and warehousing
Also JIT A business approach that assures the receipt of a product at a manufacturing site just in time to be used in the manufacturing process
A manufacturing philosophy based on arrival of each component of a product just in time as it is assembled It cuts nonvalue-added tasks, cuts inventory, eliminates delay, and requires near-zero defects and fast setup times, particularly for repetitive, discrete manufacturing
This system, now known as "the Toyota production system" has set the standard for world-class manufacturing The ultimate goal of JIT production is to supply each process with exactly the required items, in exactly the required quantity, at exactly the required time
–A manufacturing philosophy based on arrival of each component of a product just in time, before it is assembled It cuts non-value-added tasks, cuts inventory, eliminates delay, and requires near-zero defects and fast setup times, particularly for repetitive, discrete manufacturing
The concept of reducing inventories by working closely with one's suppliers to coordinate delivery of materials just before their use in the manufacturing process
A system for producing and delivering the right items at the right time in the right amounts The key elements of Just-in-Time are flow, pull, standard operations (with standard in-process inventories), and takt time
System that ensures that stock is delivered from suppliers only when it is required, with none being held in reserve
An approach to manufacturing and distribution that stresses the benefits of reducing/eliminating queue/travel time, excess inventory, and/or other non-value added activities in processes such that material is brought to the next operation or point-of-use precisely when it is needed
this is a system which operates on the scheduling of stocks in a precise, coordinated way, so minimising the quantity needed to be held
(n) See JIT
Characteristic of E-learning in which learners are able to access the information they need exactly when they need it
A production scheduling concept by which items (raw material, finished item, or anything in between) are produced and available exactly when needed
(see JIT)
A manufacturing and inventory management philosophy that seeks to effectively manage resources and improve organizational effectiveness by identifying and eliminating sources of waste (anything that does not add to the customer's perception of value) Among other areas, it focuses on the reduction of lead times, small lot sizes, flexible production facilities and workforces, elimination of quality defects, and the reduction of inventory levels to as close to zero as possible Inventory is seen in the JIT philosophy as not necessarily an asset, but as an unnecessary cost and potential liability that lengthens lead times, increases the chance for obsolescence and hides inefficient processes and systems It also emphasizes group and partner involvement in design, manufacturing and logistics
*: An approach whereby an item or service is delivered, just-in-time, where and when it is needed
a production scheduling concept that calls for any item needed at a production operation - whether raw material, finished item, or anything in between, to be produced and available precisely when needed, neither a moment earlier nor a moment later
An operational strategy that requires receiving materials just-in-time for the next manufacturing process Fast turnaround is essential in this effort to reduce inventories at the manufacturing site
An inventory control system that controls material flow into assembly and manufacturing plants by coordinating demand and supply to the point where desired materials arrive just in time for use
An inventory reduction strategy that feeds production lines with products delivered "just in time " Developed by the auto industry, it refers to shipping goods in smaller, more frequent lots It is a method of reducing waste in the supply chain, not a way to meet deadlines with only seconds to spare
if goods are produced or bought using a just-in-time system, they are produced or bought just before they are needed so that the company does not have to store things for a long time
A manufacturing philosophy based on arrival of each component of a product just before it is assembled It cuts non-value-added tasks, cuts inventory, eliminates delay, and requires near-zero defects and fast setup times, particularly for repetitive, discrete manufacturing
A series of measures aimed at streamlining the NIH grant application and review process In general, certain kinds of information (e g Other Support) are required at time of a grant award rather than at the time of application submission
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