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Designing a hybrid sourcing model in the supply chain by using ANP, VIKOR and multi-objective model in fuzzy environment of The Case: Alborz Cable Company

Adel Azar; Mahdi Abedini Naeini; Amir Afsar; Mohammad Sabet Motlagh

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, Pages 1-30

  Supplier selection and quota allocation is an important decision in supplychains. This decision can be considered as a complex multi-criteria groupdecision making problem. This decision in many practical situations is verydifficult for vague and uncertain environment. This vagueness and uncertaintycan ...  Read More

Presentation and Solution of Critical Chain Project Scheduling Problem (CCPSP) model with consideration of feeding buffer

Akdar Alemtabriz; Ashkan Ayough; Mahdie Baniasadi

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, Pages 31-59


  During the recent years, extensive research has been done on the field ofproject scheduling. There is always uncertainty in the area of projectscheduling that causes a deviation in the real plan from the scheduled plan.One of the solutions to deal with this uncertainty is using the critical chainmethod ...  Read More

An integrated project portfolio selection and resource investment problem to maximize net present value using genetic algorithm

Hamidreza Shahabifard; Behrouz Afshar-nadjafi

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, Pages 61-121


  In this paper, a mathematical model is proposed for project portfolioselection and resource availability cost problem to scheduling activities inorder to maximize net present value of the selected projects preservingprecedence and resource constraints. Since the developed model belongs toNP-hard problems ...  Read More

Proposed a Hybrid Multi-Objective competitive Algorithm for solving the redundancy allocation reliability problem

Roozbeh . Azizmohammadi; Maghsoud .Amiri; Reza Tavakkoli- Moghadam; Hamid Reza. Mashatzadegan

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, Pages 103-121

  A redundancy allocation problem is a well-known NP-hard problem thatinvolves the selection of elements and redundancy levels to maximize thesystem reliability under various system-level constraints. In many practicaldesign situations, reliability apportionment is complicated because of thepresence of ...  Read More

A Fuzzy Multi-Objective Multi-Period Common Weight Network DEA Model to Measure the Environmental Efficiency of Iran's Oil Refineries

Amineh Hosseini; Kaveh Khalili-Damghani; Ali Emami Meibodi

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, Pages 123-167

  In this paper, a methodology is proposed to measure the efficiency ofnational energy sector in IRAN. The technical and environmentalperformance of the oil refineries in IRAN as a major producer of energy andfuel are evaluated based on data from years 2010 to 2013. In this study, afuzzy multi-objective ...  Read More

Project Supply Chain Risk Management in Gas Transfer Pipeline: Grounded Theory Approach

Ali Mohamadi; Payam Shojaei; Hamid Reza Yazdani; Mohammad Reza Sadeghi Moghaddam

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, Pages 169-197


  Regarding to the increasing importance of supply chain risk in the lastdecade in general and projects especially, in this research the dimensions andelements of supply chain risk of projects have been determined. Therefore,Fars Gas Transfer Pipeline projects were considered to discover codes andthemes ...  Read More

Improved Effective Management of the Uncertainty in Army Decision Making using Cognitive Agents, Classification based on Fuzzy Association Rules and Genetic Rule Selection

Mojtaba Heravi; Tabassom Azimi galeh; Hessam Zandhessami

Volume 14, Issue 42 , October 2016, Pages 199-237


  Decision making (DM) is an important problem in most of the armyoperations. One of the challenging issues in this area is uncertainty in warswith uncertain information which causes many destructive effects on theresults of strategies in battlefields. In the Heravi et al. article’s, published inthe ...  Read More