Volume 21 (2023)
Volume 20 (2022)
Volume 19 (2021)
Volume 18 (2020)
Volume 17 (2019)
Volume 16 (2018)
Volume 15 (2017)
Volume 14 (2016)
Volume 13 (2015)
Volume 12 (2015)
Volume 11 (2014)
Volume 9 (2012)
Volume 10 (2012)
Volume 8 (2010)
Volume 6 (2007)
Volume 5 (2006)
Volume 4 (2006)
Volume 3 (2005)
Volume 2 (2004)
Volume 1 (2003)

Developing an integrated model for evaluation Risk in Supply Chain using ANN (Case Study: Iran Alloy Steel Company)

Seyed Habib Allah Mirghafoori; Ali Morovati Sharifabadi; Faezeh Asadian Ardakani

Volume 11, Issue 30 , October 2014, , Pages 1-21

  In the last few years, supply chain management becomes more important,because of the globalization of business. By increasing complexity, levelof uncertainty and risk in the chain goes up. Hence supply chain risk managementhas become a major issue in the organization. One of the risksexisting in the ...  Read More

Analyzing barriers to the implementation of Improvement Programs in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) Case Study: Yazd Selected Industrial Parks

Seid Heydar Mirfakhraddini; Seid Ali Mohammad Banifateme

Volume 11, Issue 31 , January 2014, , Pages 1-17

  production in most countries. Based on uncertain changes in the world, such industries should choose the most appropriate improvement programs for confirmation with such conditions. Because there are a lot of barriers to implementation of these programs, the purpose of this research is identifying and ...  Read More

Supply Risk Management in Automotive Industry Supply Chain: A Grounded Theory

masuod simkhah; kamran Feizi

Volume 12, Issue 33 , July 2015, , Pages 1-25

  This paper provides a process model for supply risk management in the automotive supply chain. Process model describes why the automobile manufacturer's entry into the supply risk management process and how automobile manufacturer manages supply risk. Rely on grounded theory and based on 13 qualitative ...  Read More

Problem with Objectives of Minimizing Resource Costs and Minimizing Project Completion Time

amir abas najafii; faramarz shamsnatari; mohammad najafi

Volume 11, Issue 29 , July 2013, , Pages 1-20

    A Resource Investment Problem is a project scheduling problem recently considered. In this issue, in contrast with other project scheduling, the project availability of needed resources level is considered decision variable and the goal is to find a schedule and resource requirement level. Researches ...  Read More

Analysing Iranian Industry Behavior By Using dynamic Systems Modeling

ali mohaghar; yunes Jabbarzadeh; hannan amoozad mahdiraji; nima mokhtarzadeh

Volume 11, Issue 28 , April 2013, , Pages 1-19

  The Customs Tariff is based on the World Customs Organization's (WCO) Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS) and its impact of industry competitiveness is known for everyone. In this paper, by considering IRAN I.R. industries,the impact of change in custom tariff on domestic industries ...  Read More

Identifying Performance Dimensions of Industrial Clusters Using Consensus Cluster Analysis

Seyed hadi Mirghaderi; Akbar Alam Tabriz; Hassan Farsigani,; Farhad Farzad

Volume 13, Issue 38 , October 2015, , Pages 1-25

  Industrial clusters are one of the new approaches in industrial development of developing countries which has recently attracted the attention of many researchers and policy makers.Clustering has positive economic effects on the region and also increase the competitiveness of the small and medium enterprises ...  Read More

An evolutionary method for credit scoring; Preference Disaggregation approach

Amir Daneshvar; Mostafa Zandieh; Jamshid Nazemi

Volume 13, Issue 39 , January 2016, , Pages 1-34

  Outranking based models as one of the most important multicriteria decision methods need the definition of large amount of preferential information called “parameters” from decision maker. Because of the multiplicity of parameters, their confusing interpretation in problem context and the ...  Read More

Impact of Supply chain integration on competitive capabilities in Food and Beverages Industries

Shamsodin Nazemi; Fatemeh Kharidar

Volume 9, Issue 25 , July 2012, , Pages 1-26

  This study examines the impact of supply chain integration (SCI)dimensions on competitive capabilities. For this purpose, therelationship between dimensions of SCI (internal integration andexternal integration including supplier integration and customerintegration) and competitive capabilities (cost, ...  Read More

Prediction of passenger movement indexes using Holt Winters Markov chain model

Fatemeh haghighat; Fariborz Golai

Volume 14, Issue 40 , April 2016, , Pages 1-24


  In order to predict the values of passengers movement indexes which enjoy seasonal changes, this research uses Holt Winters Markov chain model, which is a combination of Markov chain and Holt Winters models. In this regard, Data on the number of moved passengers and the number of made trips indexes are ...  Read More

Design of Bi-Level Programming Model for a Decentralized Production-Distribution Supply Chain with Cooperative Advertising

Omid Amirtaheri; Mostafa Zandieh; Behrouz Dorri

Volume 14, Issue 41 , July 2016, , Pages 1-38


  In this paper, we investigate a decentralized manufacturer-distributer supply chain. In addition to global advertisement, the manufacturer participates in the local advertising expenditures of distributer. Bi-level programming approach is applied to model the relationship between the manufacturer and ...  Read More

Determining and Measuring Service Quality Factors

Seyyed Mohammad Aarabi; Shahram Estandiari

Volume 1, Issue 2 , October 2003, , Pages 1-19

  The main characteristic of these days business environment is competition and customer satisfaction is key factor to survive and improve competitive advantages. Organizations have to pay attention to their customers as a benefit resource. Understanding the customer expectations as the quality standard ...  Read More

Performance Appraisal & Analysis of Industrial Productivity of Iran, during 1359-1379

M.R. Mehregan; M. Rahmani

Volume 1, Issue 3 , January 2003, , Pages 1-30

  The paper investigates excesses and deficits in Iranian industrial productivity for the years by combining data envelopment analysis with other management science approaches such as analytical hierarchy process. The application also identifies factors that affect the productivity of Iranian industry ...  Read More

Selecting an appropriate method for technology forecasting: GIS technology case study

S. H. Tabatabaian; A. Nodeh

Volume 2, Issue 4 , March 2004, , Pages 1-20

  Today technological changes have accelerated to a great deal and future planning needs a deep understanding of these changes. This understanding incorporates precise study of introduction of new and vital technologies. Planning is one of the main applications of forecasting. Technology forecasting lets ...  Read More

Proposing the Combinational Model of Service Quality and Analytic Network for Ranking Service Provider Enterprises: Case Study of Insurance Enterprises of Central Insurance

A. Jafar Nejad; H. Rahimi

Volume 2, Issue 5 , June 2004, , Pages 1-26

  This research introduces an integrated method for ranking different service providing institutions based on their service quality level. In this way the suitable criteria for assessing the service quality have been identified. In order to recognize the differences and gap analysis several hypotheses ...  Read More

Determining the Relative Efficiency of Management Faculties Using Data Envelopment Analysis

A. Azar; K. Ghorbani

Volume 2, Issue 6 , September 2004, , Pages 1-26

  This article introduces the data envelopment analysis model that used for efficiency analysis of management faculties of Tehran allame tabatabaee and shahid beheshti university. The inputs selected for the model are number of full time undergraduate and postgraduate students, number of scientific board ...  Read More

Determination of Reorder Point in Fuzzy Sense

Jafar Rezaei; Seyyed Mohammad Taghi Fatemi Ghomi

Volume 2, Issue 7 , December 2004, , Pages 1-13

  One of the most important issues in inventory control is determination of the recorder point. Are usually in forms of crisp or probability. In this article the parameters are considered as fuzzy numbers because of ambiguities in the real world. Then reorder point value is calculated using α-cut ...  Read More

Application of Operations Research in Health System of Iran

Kourosh Eshghi; Maryam Rastegar

Volume 3, Issue 8 , March 2005, , Pages 1-28

  In this paper first a brief literature survey on applications of operations research in health care systems is presented. Then two problems the optimal allocation of ambulances and the scheduling of nursing personnel are discussed in details. Finally these two models will be applied on two real cases ...  Read More

Determining Key Factors for the Deployment of Information Technology in the Health Sector

Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard; Isaq Saeidi Robat

Volume 3, Issue 9 , June 2005, , Pages 1-27

  This   research   paper   has   focused   on  the  deployment    of  Information Technology  (IT) in the health  sector.  The  main goal is to determine  the key factors  for  the  implementation  ...  Read More

A Performance Measurement Framework for Knowledge Management Systems

Yaser Samimi; Abdollah Aghaie

Volume 3, Issue 10 , September 2005, , Pages 1-23

  In order to evaluate and estimate the success of knowledge management systems it is necessary to define performance measurement indices. Considering this importance area a research has been done to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of knowledge management systems. In addition the issue of how ...  Read More

Oil Price Forecasting, Using Trend Impact Analysis (TIA) Technique

Mohammad Reza Taghva; Yasser Alizadeh

Volume 3, Issue 11 , December 2005, , Pages 1-35

  Trend    impact   analysis   (TIA)   gives   a   pattern   to use   the chronological,     quantitative    data   and   qualitative    techniques, ...  Read More

Proposing a method to achieve the weights in Fuzzy-MCDM problems: a case study due to select a type of tickicide

Maghsood Amiri; Mostafa Jafarian; Sara Hatami

Volume 4, Issue 12 , March 2006, , Pages 1-43

  This paper extends a kind of evaluation process based on fuzzy TOPS IS approach. By focusing on determining the importance and weights of criteria which are effective on decision making , then selecting by lean on Anthropy and eigenvector methods in which comparison between criteria are linguistic and ...  Read More

Assessing the degree of readiness for the implementation of TPM (Case study conducted at SHASI SAZ IRAN Co.)

Akbar Alam Tabriz; Maryam Bahrami

Volume 4, Issue 13 , June 2006, , Pages 1-18

  The concept of this research is, assessing the level of readiness for the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance in the SHASI SAZ IRAN Co. In order to satisfy the main goal of this research, “assessing the level of readiness for the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance in the ...  Read More

The mechanisms of Aligning Personal and Organizational goals in Practical and operational way

Shamsollah Jafarinia; Mehdi Kheirandish; Reza Najari

Volume 5, Issue 14 , December 2006, , Pages 1-27

  This article deals with the alignment of personal and organizational goals in practical and operational way. The main research question includes "which is the suitable measuring model of personal and organizational goals alignment?" "Which are the most important personal and organizational goals in Statistical ...  Read More

The comparison between Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) in prioritizing of key decision making indicators for buying and selling

Safar Fazli; Saleh Mansouri

Volume 6, Issue 15 , March 2007, , Pages 1-24

  Decision making is the essence of management and the manager is the one who can decide any time. Nowadays, the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) are considered as the most eminent tactics of decision making. The aim of this study is to compare the techniques of DEA ...  Read More

Determining the kinds of dominant decision making for purchasing in different kinds of VALS life style (high resource)

Sayed Ali Akbar Afjeh; Kobra Bakhshizadeh Borj

Volume 6, Issue 16 , June 2007, , Pages 1-28

  The important factors affecting the information search process and following it the decision making for buying, have been widely under survey that the result of this survey shows that this ingredient includes: market specialty, product specialty, consumer specialty and situational condition. In case ...  Read More