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Volume 20, Issue 1 (IJIEPR 2009)
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  The problem of lot sizing, sequencing and scheduling multiple products in flow line production systems has been studied by several authors. Almost all of the researches in this area assumed that setup times and costs are sequence –independent even though sequence dependent setups are common in practice. In this paper we present a new mixed integer non linear program (MINLP) and a heuristic method to solve the problem in sequence dependent case. Furthermore, a genetic algorithm has been developed which applies this constructive heuristic to generate initial population. These two proposed solution methods are compared on randomly generated problems. Computational results show a clear superiority of our proposed GA for majority of the test problems.


Mohammad Mahdi Nasiri, Nafiseh Shamsi Gamchi, Seyed Ali Torabi,
Volume 27, Issue 4 (IJIEPR 2016)
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Hubs are critical elements of transportation networks. Location of hubs and allocation of demands to them are of high importance in the network design. The most important purpose of these models is to minimize the cost, but path reliability is also another important factor which can influence the location of hubs. In this paper, we propose a P-center hub location model with full interconnection among hubs while there are different paths between origins and destinations. The purpose of the model is to determine the reliable path with lower cost. Unlike the prior studies, the number of hubs in the path is not limited to two hubs. The presented model in this paper is bi-objective and includes cost and reliability to determine the best locations for hubs, allocation of the demands to hubs and the best path. In order to illustrate our model, a numerical example is presented and solved using the Cuckoo Optimization Algorithm.


- S. Ali Torabi, - Abtin Boostani,
Volume 29, Issue 1 (IJIEPR 2018)
Abstract

This paper addresses supplier selection and order allocation problem while considering the losses arising from the risk of sanction in Iran’s Oil & Gas Drilling Industry. In the proposed study, two general classes of items and two different classes of suppliers are considered. AHP is first used to rank the potential suppliers. Then, a multi-objective linear programming model is proposed to determine the best suppliers and their allocated orders. A numerical example is presented to demonstrate the applicability of the proposed model.



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