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Hossein Sayyadi Tooranloo, Mohammad Hossein Azadi, Ali Sayahpoor,
Volume 28, Issue 2 (IJIEPR 2017)
Abstract

Nowadays, with a growing body of features and technologies, supply chain management is being widely used to coordinate and optimize key processes such as increasing customer satisfaction, facilitating the processes, and enhancing product quality. In recent years, the emergence of IT and new business environments has led to the development of electronic supply chains. In order to use and benefit from the privileges of e-supply chains, organizations must identify the key factors in the implementation of e-supply chain management so that they can monitor the organization's current and future activities and take action to identify and modify and fix any bugs. The present study aimed at identifying these factors. Based on the available theoretical foundations and expert opinions, the factors affecting the implementation of electronic supply chain management were identified in seven factors with 31 indicators. To determine the weight of the identified factors considering the lack of independence between them, an integrated type-2 fuzzy AHP and type-2 fuzzy DEMATEL approach was used. Results showed that computer-based technology, infrastructure, inter-organizational relationships, and information are the most important factors.


Hassan Rashidi, Fereshteh Azadi Parand,
Volume 30, Issue 3 (IJIEPR 2019)
Abstract

One of the modern paradigms to develop a system is object oriented analysis and design. In this paradigm, there are several objects and each object plays some specific roles. There is a sequence of activities to develop an analysis model. In the first step, we work in developing an initial use case model. Then in the second step, they identify a number of concepts and build a glossary of participating objects.  Identifying attributes of objects (and classes) is one of the most important steps in the object-oriented paradigm. This paper proposes a method to identify attributes of objects and verify them. The method is also concerned itself with classifying and eliminating the incorrect attributes of objects. Then the method is evaluated in a large application, a Control Command Police System. After that, several guidelines on attributes of objects, based on the practical experience obtained from the evaluation, are provided.

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