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supply chain management
Developing the LARG-Effective Supply Chain Model Using a System Dynamics Approach

fateme khanzadi; Reza Radfar; nazanini pilevari salmasi

Volume 21, Issue 68 , May 2023, , Pages 153-196


  Nowdays, supply chain specialists are looking for the integrated development of the supply chain model in order to increase the competitiveness, effectiveness and reduce the problems in the supply chain. They always seek to identify and develop this process so that they can cover more aspects of the ...  Read More

production and operations management
A multi-product multi-objective optimization model for aggregate production planning considering production preferences: A case study

Majid Shakhsi-Niaei; Fateme Ghayoor

Volume 19, Issue 63 , January 2022, , Pages 163-192


  Aggregate production planning is a multi-objective problem which is influenced by managerial preferences which is rarely considered with these preferences in many researches. In this paper, a multi-product multi-objective aggregate-production-planning model has been proposed and implemented in an industrial ...  Read More

production and operations management
-Planning Multi-Stage Rework Production System Considering Energy Consumption

Hadi Mokhtari; Hossein Shirani

Volume 19, Issue 62 , September 2021, , Pages 225-257


  Today, in order to maximize the productivity, sales and profits of factories, variousfactors must be considered. One of these factors is energy saving, which leads tosuccess in any businesses. Another important factor is rework in the productionprocess, which reduces waste and optimal use of resources. ...  Read More

Developing and Solving a New Bi-Objective Model to Assign Human Resource And Equipment to Parallel Workstations in a Product ion Line Using Optimization Via Simulation Technique

Mohammad saeed Company; Parham Azimi

Volume 15, Issue 46 , October 2017, , Pages 57-71


  In this study, the use of simulation technique in bi-objective optimization of assembly line balancing problem has been studied. The aim of this paper is to determine optimal allocation of human resource and equipment to parallel workstations in order to minimize the cost of adding equipment and manpower ...  Read More

Binary Integer Programming for University Timetabling (The Case: Faculty of Administrative Sciences and Economics of Esfahan University)

Majid Esmaelian; Sayedeh Maryam Abdollahi

Volume 14, Issue 41 , July 2016, , Pages 163-187


  Course timetabling is an important branch of the general scheduling problem. The course timetabling problem as a step in the course planning process in universities is one of the challenges faced by managers in the field of education. The problem is defined as assigning university courses to specific ...  Read More

Solving two dimensional non-guillotine cutting problem Using Particle Swarm Optimization

Faezeh Asadian Ardakani; Ali Morovati Sharifabadi

Volume 10, Issue 26 , January 2012, , Pages 75-94

  One of the solutions for solving cutting stock problem in differentindustries, such as sheet metal, lumber, glass, paper and textile, isapplying ,Particle Swarm Optimization to minimize the waste ofrawmaterials. This article is intended to solve two-dimensional cuttingproblem. In these problems, larger ...  Read More