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An Integrated Production-Inventory Model with Single-Vendor and Multi-Buyer Considering Shortage and Unequal Batch Sizes

Mehdi Seifbarghy; Maryam Mohajeri

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 1-28


  This paper investigates a joint economic lot sizing model for a two echelon supply chain consisting of a single-vendor and multiple buyers. Recent studies have focused on the problem with equal batch sizes while this study proposed a mixed integer nonlinear programming model considering unequal batch ...  Read More

Optimizing Penalties of Total Lateness and Energy Costs for Heterogeneous Parallel Machines Scheduling Using Memetic Algorithm

Javad Behnamian; Amir Afsar

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 29-57


  In general, numerous studies have paid a special attention to machine planning, job allocating and job sequencing in scheduling problems to optimize makespan. Due to the relation among economy, energy and environmental concerns, energy use is one of the most important issues in different systems planning. ...  Read More

A Two-Dimensional Model for Supplier Development’ Criteria Using Meta-Synthesis Method

Laya Olfat; Maghsood Amiri; Iman Raeesi Vanani; Mansour Esmaeilzadeh

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 59-104


  Today, it is difficult for organizations to survive without improving supplier performance and supplier relationships or gain competitive advantage. Therefore, suppliers must be managed and developed to meet the needs of the producer company. On the other hand, the supplier's development requires the ...  Read More

A Multi-Objective Model for Location-Routing Problem Considering Minimal Risk and Maximal Demand Covering

alireza alinezhad; Abolfazl kazemi; Marzieh Karimi

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 105-138


  Location, routing and allocation decisions in supply chain management philosophy is undoubtedly one of the most important issues have very effect on the supply chain cost reduction and customer satisfaction. This paper presents an integrated approach to the distribution network. The objective functions ...  Read More

Identification and Ranking the Risks of Green Building Projects Using the Hybrid SWARA-COPRAS Approach: (The Case: Amol County)

Masoud Fazli; Ahmad GafarZadeh Afshari; Mostafa Hajiaghaei-Keshteli

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 139-192


  Green building has attracted widespread attention in recent years. Increasing building projects in Iran has had significant environmental impacts and green building implementation is an appropriate approach to reduce the environmental risks. Green building projects facing with risks unwittingly which, ...  Read More

The Efficiency Improvement of Decision Making Units Using the Intersection of Supporting Hyperplanes of the Production Possibility Set in Data Envelopment Analysis

Akbar Moradi; Alireza Amirteimoori; Sohrab Kordrostami; Mohsen Vaez-Ghasemi

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 193-214


  Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is an estimator. This estimator tries to assess a relationship between multiple inputs and multiple outputs, and an identified technology. In traditional DEA models, firms are classified into two divisions, efficient and inefficient. Efficient firms are considered as a ...  Read More

Solving a Location-Routing-Inventory Problem of Hazardeous Waste Collection Network Considering Domestic and Foreign Transportation Fleets

Neda Manavizadeh; soroush aghamohamadi-bosjin; Parisa Karimi-Ashtiani

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 215-245


  This paper proposes a bi-objective model for the waste collection problem and considers the location, routing and inventory of the system simultaneously. Considering the reverse flow of the system is another feature of the current study. In the proposed model, the total costs of the system are minimized. ...  Read More

Making the Strategies of the Islamic Azad University (Tabriz Branch) Using System Dynamics Approach

Ebrahim Alimohammadi As; Alireza Bafandeh Zendeh; Houshang Taghizadeh

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 247-278


  The study aims to simulate the strategies of Islamic Azad University (Tabriz branch) during 2019- 2034 period through system dynamics approach. Based on research literature, student trend, physical resources, educational quality, human resources, research and publication and financial operation were ...  Read More

Integration and Performance Improvement of Green Supply Chain Management Using Green Human Resource Management

Seyed Mohammad Hasheminejad; Eehsan Mhammadian Amiri

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 279-306


  Nowadays, managers in the public and private sectors consider having knowledge of green laws and issues are essential in surviving of their organizations. Although researchers have promoted each issue of green human resource management and green supply chain management separately, but there has been ...  Read More

Meta-Heuristic Algorithms for Two-Stage Assembly Flow Shop Scheduling Problem with Considering Setup Times of Machines

Mehdi Yazdani

Volume 18, Issue 58 , October 2020, Pages 307-335


  This paper deals with the problem of two-stage assembly flow shop scheduling with considering sequence-independent setup times .The objective is to minimize totalcompletion times of all orders. In this problem, there are several orders for one type of product. Each ordered product is formed of several ...  Read More