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Mining Process Evaluation in Discovering the Semi-Automatic Processes of the Banking Industry (the case: Bank guarantee issuance process)

Khadije Mostafaee Dolatabad; Adel Azar; Abbas Moghbel; Koorosh Parvizian

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 1-37


  Nowadays the process performance is a key success factor in the competitive environment of banking industry. Various approaches have been proposed to identify and improve processes. Process mining is a new process management approach which is supposed to discover and improve the actual process model ...  Read More

Identify and Analysis of Factors Affecting the Success of New Product Development by Using System Dynamics Approach

Tayebeh Abbasnejad; Reza Shafizadeh; Mohammad Ghafournia

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 39-57


  The companies for their growth and survival in competitive domains must develop new products; however, innovation required for this process is a risky and costly enterprise. Most of the scholars have considered the factors leading to success as static and they have not taken into account their dynamic ...  Read More

A Mathematical Model for Operating Rooms Planning Under Uncertainty (The case: Ghaem Hospital of Mashhad)
Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 59-88


  . The control and planning of operating rooms have became more and more important for hospital managers. Nowadays, the operating rooms, as key resources, often lead to a great time waste. So, appropriate scheduling of operations in order to increase the efficiency of the operating rooms, are significant ...  Read More

Presentation of the dynamic capacitated location-routing problem with considering price-sensitive demand
Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 89-124


  One of the most important problems of logistic networks is designing and analyzing of the distribution network. The design of distribution systems raises hard combinatorial optimization problems. In recent years, two main problems in the design of distribution networks that are location of distribution ...  Read More

Identify and prioritize Strategies to Reduce Plant Power Equipments Supply Chain Costs Through Value Engineering

Jalil Heidary Dahooie; Seyyed Jalal Hosseini Dehshiri

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 125-152


  Value engineering is one of the tools to create and improvement value while reduces unnecessary costs and keeps the original function, leads to increased efficiency. Today this technique used to reduce the cost in industries that are facing high costs such as the electricity industry. The evidence and ...  Read More

Designing a Green Closed-loop Supply Chain Simulation Model and Product Pricing in The Presence of a Competitor

Samira Parsaiyan; Maghsoud Amiri; Parham Azimi; Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 153-202


  The increasing concern about the deteriorating effects of supply chains related activities on the environment has led to the growing attention to develop green closed-loop supply chains in order to minimize greenhouse gases emission. This paper presents a green closed-loop supply chain model developed ...  Read More

Comparative study on the Situation Of Postgraduate Students Accepted in the Fields of management in the Allameh Tabataba'i, Tehran and Shahid Beheshti Universities

vajhollah ghorbanizadeh; Mohammad Amini; Jafar Rashidi

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 203-238


  There is a serious competition between Allameh Tabataba'i, shahid Beheshti, and Tehran Universities to attract the best students. In other side, students have considered several indicators to choose university for higher education. The aim of this research is to determine management faculties’ ...  Read More

A Multi-Objective Optimization Model For Location-Inventory-Routing Problem in a Multi-Echelon Supply Chain Network Considering Maximum Demand Coverage

Behnam Vahdani

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 239-286


  Today, intense competition in global markets has forced companies to design and manage of supply chains in a better way. Since the role of three factors: location, routing and inventory is important to continue the life of a supply chain so, integration of these three elements will create an efficient ...  Read More

A Mathematical Model for Coordinating Decisions in Periodic Review Inventory Systems and Sharing the Profit in a two-echelon Decentralized Supply Chain, by Considering Quantity Discount Contract

Mina Nouri Harzvili; Seyyed-Mahdi Hosseini-Motalgh; Mohammadreza Nematollahi

Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 287-338


  Supply chain (SC) coordination is one of the major issues which has been considered in the investigations of supply chains. In this study, a two-echelon supply chain with one retailer and one supplier is considered. Demand is stochastic and has a normal distribution and lead time is assumed deterministic. ...  Read More

Project Portfolio Selection Using a Combination of Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process and A Modified Integer Linear Programming
Volume 17, Issue 52 , April 2019, Pages 339-385


  The selection of project portfolio is the main problem in project-based organizations. In project selection, optimized decision to maximizing utilization of limited resources and achieving organizational goals by considering restrictions are important. Therefore, to facilitate project portfolio selection ...  Read More