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K. Shahanaghi, V.r. Ghezavati,
Volume 19, Issue 4 (IJIE 2008)
Abstract

  In this paper, we present the stochastic version of Maximal Covering Location Problem which optimizes both location and allocation decisions, concurrently. It’s assumed that traveling time between customers and distribution centers (DCs) is uncertain and described by normal distribution function and if this time is less than coverage time, the customer can be allocated to DC. In classical models, traveling time between customers and facilities is assumed to be in a deterministic way and a customer is assumed to be covered completely if located within the critical coverage of the facility and not covered at all outside of the critical coverage. Indeed, solutions obtained are so sensitive to the determined traveling time. Therefore, we consider covering or not covering for customers in a probabilistic way and not certain which yields more flexibility and practicability for results and model. Considering this assumption, we maximize the total expected demand which is covered. To solve such a stochastic nonlinear model efficiently, simulation and genetic algorithm are integrated to produce a hybrid intelligent algorithm. Finally, some numerical examples are presented to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm.


Kamran Shahanaghi, Hamid Babaei , Arash Bakhsha,
Volume 20, Issue 1 (IJIEPR 2009)
Abstract

In this paper we focus on a continuously deteriorating two units series equipment which its failure can not be measured by cost criterion. For these types of systems avoiding failure during the actual operation of the system is extremely important. In this paper we determine inspection periods and maintenance policy in such a way that failure probability is limited to a pre-specified value and then optimum policy and inspection period are obtained to minimize long-run cost per time unit. The inspection periods and maintenance policy are found in two phases. Failure probability is limited to a pre-specified value In the first phase, and in the second phase optimum maintenance thresholds and inspection periods are obtained in such a way that minimize long-run expected.
Seyed Erfan Mohammadi, Emran Mohammadi, Ahmad Makui, Kamran Shahanaghi,
Volume 34, Issue 4 (IJIEPR 2023)
Abstract

Since 1952, when the mean-variance model of Markowitz introduced as a basic framework for modern portfolio theory, some researchers have been trying to add new dimensions to this model. However, most of them have neglected the nature of decision making in such situations and have focused only on adding non-fundamental and thematic dimensions such as considering social responsibilities and green industries. Due to the nature of stock market, the decisions made in this sector are influenced by two different parameters: (1) analyzing past trends and (2) predicting future developments. The former is derived objectively based on historical data that is available to everyone while the latter is achieved subjectively based on inside-information that is only available to the investor. Naturally, due to differences in the origin of their creation the bridge between these two types of analysis in order to optimize the portfolio will be a phenomenon called "ambiguity". Hence, in this paper, we revisited Markowitz's model and proposed a modification that allow incorporating not only return and risk but also incorporate ambiguity into the investment decision making process. Finally, in order to demonstrate how the proposed model can be applied in practice, it is implemented in Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE) and the experimental results are examined. From the experimental results, we can extract that the proposed model is more comprehensive than Markowitz's model and has greater ability to cover the conditions of the stock market.

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