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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (74.547 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

International Journal of Production Management and Engineering

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  1. Integrated production-distribution planning optimization models: A review in collaborative networks context

    Andrés Navarro, Beatriz; Sanchis Gisbert, Raquel; Lamothe, Jaques; Saari, Leila; Hauser, Frederic
    Researchers in the area of collaborative networks are more and more aware of proposing collaborative approaches to address planning processes, due to the advantages associated when enterprises perform integrated planning models. Collaborative production-distribution planning, among the supply network actors, is considered a proper mechanism to support enterprises on dealing with uncertainties and dynamicity associated to the current markets. Enterprises, and especially SMEs, should be able to overcome the continuous changes of the market by increasing their agility. Carrying out collaborative planning allows enterprises to enhance their readiness and agility for facing the market turbulences. However, SMEs have limited access when...
    - 19-abr-2017

  2. Appropriate criteria set for personnel promotion across organizational levels using analytic hierarchy process (AHP)

    Castillo, Charles Noven; Degamo, France Kevin; Gitgano, Faith Therese; Loo, Louie Alfred; Pacaanas, Shaira Mae; Toroy, Nika; Ocampo, Lanndon; Sia, Leahlizbeth; Ocampo, Christine Omela
    Currently, there has been limited established specific set of criteria for personnel promotion to each level of the organization. This study is conducted in order to develop a personnel promotion strategy by identifying specific sets of criteria for each level of the organization. The complexity of identifying the criteria set along with the subjectivity of these criteria require the use of multi-criteria decision-making approach particularly the analytic hierarchy process (AHP). Results show different sets of criteria for each management level which are consistent with several frameworks in literature. These criteria sets would help avoid mismatch of employee skills and competencies...
    - 19-abr-2017

  3. An Effective Branch-and-cut algorithm in Order to Solve the Mixed Integer Bi-level Programming

    Rahmani, Arsalan; Yousefikhoshbakht, Majid
    In this paper, a new branch-and-cut algorithm for mixed integer bi-level programming is proposed. For achieving this purpose, a historical perspective of the development of enumeration methods in the field of bi-level linear programming is considered. Then, we present some obstacles for using branch and bound method based on them, and an algorithm is developed to solve for mixed integer bi-level problem. Finally, we use a preference function to determine the choice of branching and specialized cuts in a branch and cut tree. Computational results are reported and compared favorably to those of previous methods and then implications discussed. The...
    - 19-abr-2017

  4. Adapting transport modes to supply chains classified by the uncertainty supply chain model: A case study at Manaus Industrial Pole

    Oliveira, Fabiana Lucena; Oliveira Junior, Aristides da Rocha; Bessa Rebelo, Luiza M.
    This paper discusses transport modes supporting Uncertainty Supply Chain Model (USCM) in the case of Manaus Industrial Pole (PIM), an industrial cluster in the Brazilian Amazon that hosts six hundred factories with diverse logistics and supply chain managerial strategies. USCM (Lee, 2002; Fisher, 1997)develops a dot matrix classification of the supply chains considering several attributes (e.g., agility, cost, security, responsiveness) and argues that emergent economies industrial clusters, in the effort to keep attractiveness for technological frontier firms, need to adapt supply chain strategies according to USCM attributes. The paper takes a further step, discussing which transport modes are suitable to...
    - 19-abr-2017

  5. A hybrid algorithm for flexible job-shop scheduling problem with setup times

    Azzouz, Ameni; Ennigrou, Meriem; Ben Said, Lamjed
    Job-shop scheduling problem is one of the most important fields in manufacturing optimization where a set of n jobs must be processed on a set of m specified machines. Each job consists of a specific set of operations, which have to be processed according to a given order. The Flexible Job Shop problem (FJSP) is a generalization of the above-mentioned problem, where each operation can be processed by a set of resources and has a processing time depending on the resource used. The FJSP problems cover two difficulties, namely, machine assignment problem and operation sequencing problem. This paper addresses the...
    - 19-abr-2017

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