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Analysis the enablers of flexible manufacturing system, using interpretive structural modelling and Interpretive ranking process

Hamid Reza Talaie; Akbar Alem Tabrz; Hasan Farsijani

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, Pages 1-26


  The volatile condition of today’s market is forcing the manufacturing managers to adapt the flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) to meet the challenges imposed by international competition, ever changing customer demands, rapid delivery to market and advancement in technology. Despite various barriers ...  Read More

Designing Mathematical Model for Examinations Timetable in Universities and its Solutions Analysis

Hossein Shams Shemirani1; Mahdi Bashiri; Mohammad Modarres

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, Pages 27-50


  In this research, optimization of examinations' timetable for university courses, based on a real problem in one of the universities in Iran is studied. The objective function defined for this problem is more practical and realistic than the other objective functions that have been utilized by previous ...  Read More

Using Gray Relation Analysis and Entropy Methods in Ranking Corporates’ Social Responsibility: Evidence from Iranian Pharmaceutical Companies

Nasser Sanoubar; Saeid Bazmohammadi

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, Pages 51-74


  Analyzing corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a multi-criteria problem. This paper firstly introduces gray relation and entropy weighting methods in order to find a solution to analyze and rank corporations from this point of view. The proposed technique that conducted through combining these two ...  Read More

The combination of Delphi method and Shannon entropy to deal with administrative corruption, using Fuzzy Inference System

Hamed Rahmani; Morteza Moosakhani; Gholamreza Memarzade Tehran; Karamollah Daneshfard; Abolfazl Kazemi

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, Pages 75-116


  Referring to a variety of media and news headlines, we can figure out the increase in the phenomenon of corruption in the country. One of the applied mechanisms by international organizations like international transparency and global bank is applying Governance Model to combat against Corruption. There ...  Read More

Evaluation of system and subsystem of Tehran’s subway trains ventilation using three-stage fuzzy relational data envelopment analysis

Seyed Alireza Mir Mohammad Sadeghi*,; Mahdi Moghan; Mahdi Keshavarz; Mehrnoosh Keshavarz; Fatemeh Khaje Nori

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, Pages 117-157


  Subway network extension, growing expansion an inherent management complexities, made it necessary to use scientific approach, modern technology and global experiences about maintenance. Many equipments and trains of subway network, consist of repairable items which consume considerable human and financial ...  Read More

Solving ATM Locating Problem Using Fuzzy Multi-Objective programming

Hamid Shahbandarzadeh; Mohammad Hossein Kabgani

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, Pages 159-185


  This paper focused on locating ATMs problem. At first, this paper aims to identify effective factors in selecting ATMs appropriate locations. After selecting potential locations, optimal locations are determined through mathematical modeling. In this paper, effective factors to determine potential locations ...  Read More

A Multi-product model considering holding and purchasing Costs as an increasing function of order cycle time

Mahnaz Afrasiyabi; Ahmad Sadeghi

Volume 15, Issue 44 , April 2017, Pages 187-208


  In this paper classical inventory models, EOQ and EPQ, are developed considering holding and purchasing costs as an increasing continuous function of the ordering cycle time. Two models are presented: first one is economic order quantity and the second one is economic production quantity. Both models ...  Read More