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International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
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2008-5621
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Evaluation and ranking of suppliers with fuzzy DEA and PROMETHEE approach
R.
Radfar
F.
Salahi
Supplier selection is a multi-Criteria problem. This study proposes a hybrid model for supporting the suppliers’ selection and ranking. This research is a two-stage model designed to fully rank the suppliers where each supplier has multiple Inputs and Outputs. First, the supplier evaluation problem is formulated by Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), since the regarded decision deals with uncertainly and ambiguity of data as well as experts and manager linguistic judgment the proposed model is equipped with Fuzzy approach, then in this research we use of Fuzzy DEA for first stage. In the second stage, efficient suppliers are ranked with Preference Ranking Organization Method for Enrichment Evaluation (PROMETHEE) model. Fuzzy DEA PROMETHEE ranking does not replace the DEA classification model; rather it furthers the analysis by providing full ranking in DEA context for efficient suppliers.
supplier selection
Data Envelopment Analysis
Fuzzy
Efficient
multi-criteria
Preference Ranking Organization Method for Enrichment Evaluation
2014
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197
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2546_707a8bbbd49d8a68b815e57739477372.pdf
International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
2008-5621
2008-5621
2014
6
3
Magnetic fluid lubrication of porous pivoted slider bearing with slip and squeeze velocity
Rajesh C.
Shah
Dilip B.
Patel
In this paper the problem on “Magnetic fluid lubrication of porous-pivoted slider bearing with slip velocity by N Ahmad et.al.[7]” has been recapitulated using Jenkin’s model [4] with the additional effect of squeeze velocity of the above plate. It is found that while discussing the above problem, [7] has stated but ignored the term , where +, in their study (Refer equation(2.2)). This paper reconsiders the above neglected term with , where . Since is the corotational derivative of magnetization vector, so it has an impact on the performance of the problem [9]. With the addition of the above term and under an oblique magnetic field, it is found that the dimensionless load carrying capacity can be improved substantially with and without squeeze effect. The paper also studied in detail about the effects of squeeze velocity and sliding velocity. It is observed that dimensionless load carrying capacity increases when squeeze velocity increases and sliding velocity decreases.
Magnetic fluid
Slider bearing
Slip velocity
Squeeze velocity
Jenkin’s model
2014
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206
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2547_a4097efb6dfd2cad69af16939cfc1ec3.pdf
International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
2008-5621
2008-5621
2014
6
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Variational iteration method for solving nth-order fuzzy integro-differential equations
O.
Sedaghatfar
S.
Moloudzadeh
P.
Darabi
In this paper, the variational iteration method for solving nth-order fuzzy integro differential equations (nth-FIDE) is proposed. In fact the problem is changed to the system of ordinary fuzzy integro-differential equations and then fuzzy solution of nth-FIDE is obtained. Some examples show the efficiency of the proposed method.
Variational iteration method
nth-order fuzzy integro-differential equations (nth-FIDE)
The system of ordinary fuzzy integro-differential equations
2014
05
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207
214
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2620_9f2d84f511e3c4f0d0952631927d9821.pdf
International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
2008-5621
2008-5621
2014
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A multi-product vehicle routing scheduling model with time window constraints for cross docking system under uncertainty: A fuzzy possibilistic-stochastic programming
B.
Vahdani
SH.
Sadigh Behzadi
Mathematical modeling of supply chain operations has proven to be one of the most complex tasks in the field of operations management and operations research. Despite the abundance of several modeling proposals in the literature; for vast majority of them, no effective universal application is conceived. This issue renders the proposed mathematical models inapplicable due largely to the fact that real-life supply chain problems are set forth in restrained terms or represented less strikingly than they would bear out. This paper is triggered to bridge this gap by proposing a universal mixed integer linear programming (MILP) framework which to large extent simulates many realistic considerations in vehicle routing scheduling problems in cross-docking systems which might have separately been attempted by other researchers. The developed model is pioneer in excogitating the vehicle routing scheduling problem with the following assumptions: a) multiple products are transported between pick-up and delivery nodes, b) delivery time-intervals are imposed on each delivery node, c) multiple types of vehicles operate in the system, d) capacity constraints exists for each vehicle type, and finally e) vehicles arrives simultaneously at cross-docking location. Moreover, to solve the model a hybrid solution methodology is presented by combining fuzzy possibilistic programming and stochastic programming. Finally, in order to demonstrate the accuracy and efficiency of the proposed model, an extensive sensitivity analysis is performed to scrutinize its parameters’ demeanors.
Cross docking
Vehicle routing scheduling
Fuzzy possibilistic programming
stochastic programming
2014
05
01
215
228
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2522_341f5ac5e5f23dd6408619a6dbe6a5e8.pdf
International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
2008-5621
2008-5621
2014
6
3
The embedding method to obtain the solution of fuzzy linear systems
T.
Allahviranloo
A.
Hashemi
In this paper, we investigate the general fuzzy linear system of equations. The main aim of this paper is based on the embedding approach. We ﬁnd the necessary and sufﬁcient conditions for the existence of fuzzy solution of the mentioned systems. Finally, Numerical examples are presented to more illustration of the proposed model.
Fuzzy linear system
Embedding method
Fuzzy numbers
2014
05
01
229
233
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2200_e7e24ca27ec0917ff692d41493cdc752.pdf
International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
2008-5621
2008-5621
2014
6
3
The Ritz-Galerkin method for MHD Couette flow of non-Newtonian fluid
Z.
Barikbin
R.
Ellahi
S.
Abbasbandy
In this paper, the Ritz-Galerkin method in Bernstein polynomial basis is applied for solving the nonlinear problem of the magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flow of third grade fluid between the two plates. The properties of the Bernstein polynomials together with the Ritz-Galerkin method are used to reduce the solution of the MHD Couette flow of non-Newtonian fluid in a porous medium to the solution of algebraic equations.
Ritz-Galerkin method
Bernstein polynomials
Satisfier function
MHD
2014
05
01
235
243
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2548_4edf3361e482491a3224b917728bf7cd.pdf
International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
2008-5621
2008-5621
2014
6
3
An improved approach for ranking the candidates in a voting system based on efficiency intervals
A. A.
Foroughi
This paper proposes improvements and revisions to a recent approach in a voting system, and provides an effective approach with a stronger discriminate power. For this purpose, the advantage of a linear transformation is utilized to redene a previously used concept of virtual worst candidate, by incorporating the existing weight restrictions. Then, the best score of this virtual candidate is used as a lower bound for the scores of the candidates in the models. It is shown that the proposed approach overcomes some drawbacks in the existing models. The approach determines interval eciencies which can be used in ranking the candidates. Numerical examples illustrate some advantages of the proposed approach.
Data Envelopment Analysis
Voting
Ranking
Interval efficiency
The least relative total
score
2014
05
01
245
254
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2800_b56e20e73e21bab284dd11d72d416f3a.pdf
International Journal of Industrial Mathematics
2008-5621
2008-5621
2014
6
3
The study of the effective factors on investment in private sector in Iran “With emphasis on uncertainty”
Z.
Rozeei
T.
Akhondzadeh
G.
Sameei
Making capital and investment is the main driving forces of economic development. Based on the investment sensitivity to the changes of some of macro-economic variables and risk and uncertainty, the present study evaluated the effective factors on investment in private sector in Iran during 1980-2007. At first, the uncertainty variables of real informal exchange rate, nominal interest rate and inflation rate were calculated by GARCH model. Then, by ARDL model, the effect of calculated uncertainty indices besides the main values of the variables and some of the other control variables on investment in private sector in Iran was investigated. The estimation results showed the negative uncertainty effect of the real exchange rate, inflation rate and nominal interest rate on investment in private sector in short-term and long-term. Also, the gross domestic production and inflation rate had significant and positive and negative effect, respectively on investment in private sector in Iran. In this model, there was no relationship between the size of civil expenditures of the government and real exchange rate with the private sector investment in our country. The error correction term coefficient showed that moderation to balance is done during more than 3 years.
Investment in private sector
Uncertainty of real exchange rate
Uncertainty of nominal interest rate
uncertainty of inflation rate
GARCH
ARDL
2014
05
01
255
264
http://ijim.srbiau.ac.ir/article_2605_3c5734aee9ef07ad9e77a01eac482bb8.pdf