ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
An approximation algorithm and FPTAS for Tardy/Lost minimization with common due dates on a single machine
This paper addresses the Tardy/Lost penalty minimization with common due dates on a single machine. According to this performance measure, if the tardiness of a job exceeds a predefined value, the job will be lost and penalized by a fixed value. Initially, we present a 2-approximation algorithm and examine its worst case ratio bound. Then, a pseudo-polynomial dynamic programming algorithm is developed. We show how to transform the dynamic programming algorithm to an FPTAS using the technique of "structuring the execution of an algorithm" and examine the time complexity of our FPTAS.
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Single machine scheduling
Tardy/Lost penalty
Common due date
Approximation algorithm
FPTAS
Kamran
Kianfar
k.kianfar@in.iut.ac.ir
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Faculty of Engineering, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran.
Faculty of Engineering, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran.
Faculty of Engineering, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran.
AUTHOR
Ghasem
Moslehi
moslehi@cc.iut.ac.ir
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Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Ali
Nookabadi
ali-nook@cc.iut.ac.ir
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Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Bayesian Estimation of Change Point in Phase One Risk Adjusted Control Charts
Use of risk adjusted control charts for monitoring patients’ surgical outcomes is now popular.These charts are developed based on considering the patient’s pre-operation risks. Change point detection is a crucial problem in statistical process control (SPC).It helpsthe managers toanalyzeroot causes of out-of-control conditions more effectively. Since the control chart signals do not necessarily indicate the real change point of the process, in this researcha Bayesian estimation methodis applied to find the time and the size of a change in patients’ post-surgery death or survival outcome. The process is monitored in phase Iusing Risk Adjusted Log-likelihood Ratio Test (RALRT) chart,in whichthe logistic regression model is applied to take into accountpre-operation individual risks. Markov Chain Monte Carlo method is applied to obtain the posterior distribution of the change pointmodel including time and size of the change in the Bayesian framework and also to obtain the corresponding credible intervals. Performance evaluations of the Bayesian estimator in comparison with the maximum likelihood estimator (MLE) are conducted by means of different simulation studies. When the magnitude of the change is small, simulation results indicate superiority of the Bayesian estimator over MLE, especially when a more accurate estimation of the change point is of interest.
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Risk Adjusted Control Charts
Change point
Bayesian Estimation
Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC)
Reza
Ghasemi
rghasemi@mail.kntu.ac.ir
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Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran.
LEAD_AUTHOR
Yasser
Samimi
y_samimi@kntu.ac.ir
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Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Hamid
Shahriari
hshahriari@kntu.ac.ir
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Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, K.N Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Alemi, F. and Sullivan,T. (2001).Tutorial on Risk Adjusted X-Bar Chart: Application to Measurement of Diabetes Control. Quality Management in Healthcare, 9, 57-63.
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Amiri, A., &Allahyari, S. (2012). Change Point Estimation Methods for Control Chart PostsignalDiagnostics: ALiterature Review. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 28(7), 673-685.
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Assareh, H . Smith, I. and Mengersen, K. (2011a). Bayesian Estimation of the Time of a Linear Trend in Risk Adjusted Control Charts. IAENG International Journal of Computer Science, 38, 409-417.
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Assareh, H . Smith, I. and Mengersen, K. (2011b). Bayesian Change Point Detection in Monitoring Cardiac Surgery Outcomes .Quality Management In Healthcare, 20, 207-222.
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Assareh, H . Smith, I.andMengersen, K. (2011c). Change Point Detection in Risk Adjusted Control Charts. Statistical Methods in Medical Research, 0, 1-22.
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Assareh, H. and Mengersen, K. (2011b). Bayesian Estimation of the Time of a Decrease in Risk Adjusted Survival Time Control Charts. International Journal of Applied Mathematics, 41, 360-366.
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Matheny, M.E. Machado, L.O. and Resnic, F.S. (2007).Risk-Adjusted Sequential Probability Ratio Test Control Chart Methods for Monitoring Operator and Institutional Mortality Rates in Interventional Cardiology.American Heart Journal. 155, 114-120.
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Matheny, M.E. Normand, S.L.T. Gross, T.P. Dabic, D.M. Berrios, N.L. Vidi,V.D. Donnely, S. and Resnic, F.S. (2011).Evaluation of an Automated Safety Surveillance System Using Risk-Adjusted Sequential Probability Ratio Testing. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. 11,1-8.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
An Insight into the Model Structures Applied in DEA-Based Bank Branch Efficiency Measurements
In this paper, we focus on the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)-based model structures have been used in assessing bank branch efficiency. Probing the methodologies of 75 published studies at the branch level since 1985 to early 2015, we found that these models can be divided into four categories: standard basic DEA models, single level and multi-level models, enriched (hybrid) models and special models. Also, summary statistics for DEA applications in bank branches from the perspectives of different measurement approaches adopted by researchers and the frequency of appearing the models of each category in the literature of discussion are derived and presented. The illustrated statistical comparisons show that the popularity of multi-level models than the single level models are on the rise. Furthermore, as a result, we can conclude that from the perspective of performance measurement approaches applied to bank branches, the production approach is more widely used than the others.
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Bank branch
Data Envelopment Analysis
Efficiency
model structures
Fatemeh
Rakhshan
rakhshan@mathdep.iust.ac.ir
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Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran.
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran.
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mohammad
Alirezaee
mralirez@iust.ac.ir
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Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Maryam
Modirii
m.modirii@gmail.com
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Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Iran University of Science & Technology, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Majid
Iranmanesh
iranmanesh.majid@gmail.com
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Department of Mathematics, Semnan University, Tehran, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Semnan University, Tehran, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Semnan University, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Ahn, H. & Le, M. H., (2014). An insight into the specification of the input-output set for DEA-based bank branch efficiency measurement. Management Review Quarterly, 64, 3-37.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Impact of queuing theory and alternative process routings on machine busy time in a dynamic cellular manufacturing system
A new mathematical model based on the alternative process routings in presence of a queuing system in a dynamic cellular manufacturing system has been proposed in this paper.This model integrates two problems of cell formation and inter-cell layout and also an efficiency factor which is defined for minimizing the cell load variation through the maximizing the busy time for all machine types. In order to evaluate the performance of proposed model, some numerical examples are generated randomly and solved using GAMS optimization software suitable for MIP and MINLP models. The Baron solver which is capable of solving both linear and nonlinear model is implemented. Experimental results verify the applicability of proposed model in every industrial plant which implements a CMS. Moreover, based on the sensitivity analysis, the queue system has significant impact on overall system efficiency. In other words by increasing the part arrival rate the machine busy time is increased strictly.
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Queuing Theory
cellular manufacturing system
machine breakdown
Reliability
Saeed
Sadeghi
saeedsadeghi900@gmail.com
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Department of Industrial Engineering, IlamBranch, Islamic Azad university,Ilam, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, IlamBranch, Islamic Azad university,Ilam, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, IlamBranch, Islamic Azad university,Ilam, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Masoud
Seidi
seidi.masoud@gmail.com
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2
Faculty of Engineering, Ilam university, Ilam, Iran
Faculty of Engineering, Ilam university, Ilam, Iran
Faculty of Engineering, Ilam university, Ilam, Iran
AUTHOR
Ehsan
Shahbazi
e_shahbazi286@yahoo.com
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3
Department of Industrial Engineering, Ilam Branch, Islamic Azad university,Ilam, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, Ilam Branch, Islamic Azad university,Ilam, Iran
Department of Industrial Engineering, Ilam Branch, Islamic Azad university,Ilam, Iran
AUTHOR
Arani, S. D., & Mehrabad, M. S. (2014). A two stage model for Cell Formation Problem (CFP) considering the inter-cellular movements by AGVs. Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering, 7(1), 43-55.
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Arkat, J., Farahani, M. H., & Hosseini, L. (2012). Integrating cell formation with cellular layout and operations scheduling. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 61(5-8), 637-647.
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Bagheri, M., & Bashiri, M. (2014a). A hybrid genetic and imperialist competitive algorithm approach to dynamic cellular manufacturing system. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 228(3), 458-470.
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Bagheri, M., & Bashiri, M. (2014b). A new mathematical model towards the integration of cell formation with operator assignment and inter-cell layout problems in a dynamic environment. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 38(4), 1237-1254.
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Bashiri, M., & Bagheri, M. (2013). A Two Stage Heuristic Solution Approach for Resource Assignment during a Cell Formation Problem. International Journal of Engineering-Transactions C: Aspects, 26(9), 943.
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Chung, S.-H., Wu, T.-H., & Chang, C.-C. (2011). An efficient tabu search algorithm to the cell formation problem with alternative routings and machine reliability considerations. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 60(1), 7-15.
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Dalfard, V. M. (2013). New mathematical model for problem of dynamic cell formation based on number and average length of intra and intercellular movements. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 37(4), 1884-1896.
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Defersha, F. M., & Chen, M. (2006). A comprehensive mathematical model for the design of cellular manufacturing systems. International Journal of Production Economics, 103(2), 767-783.
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Elbenani, B., Ferland, J. A., & Bellemare, J. (2012). Genetic algorithm and large neighbourhood search to solve the cell formation problem. Expert Systems with Applications, 39(3), 2408-2414.
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Ghezavati, V., & Saidi-Mehrabad, M. (2011). An efficient hybrid self-learning method for stochastic cellular manufacturing problem: A queuing-based analysis. Expert Systems with Applications, 38(3), 1326-1335.
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Ilić, O. R. (2014). An e-Learning tool considering similarity measures for manufacturing cell formation. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 25(3), 617-628.
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Saraç, T., & Ozcelik, F. (2012). A genetic algorithm with proper parameters for manufacturing cell formation problems. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 23(4), 1047-1061.
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Niakan, F., Baboli, A., Moyaux, T., & Botta-Genoulaz, V. (2015). A new multi-objective mathematical model for dynamic cell formation under demand and cost uncertainty considering social criteria. Applied Mathematical Modelling. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apm.2015.09.047
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Tavakkoli-Moghaddam, R., Javadian, N., Javadi, B., & Safaei, N. (2007). Design of a facility layout problem in cellular manufacturing systems with stochastic demands. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 184(2), 721-728.
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Tavakkoli-Moghaddam, R., Minaeian, S., & Rabbani, S. (2008). A new multi-objective model for dynamic cell formation problem with fuzzy parameters. International Journal of Engineering—Transactions A: Basic, 21(2), 159-172.
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Tavakkoli-Moghaddam, R., Ranjbar-Bourani, M., Amin, G. R., & Siadat, A. (2012). A cell formation problem considering machine utilization and alternative process routes by scatter search. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 23(4), 1127-1139.
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Tavakoli-Moghadam, R., Javadi, B., Jolai, F., & Mirgorbani, S. (2006). An efficient algorithm to inter and intra-cell layout problems in cellular manufacturing systems with stochastic demands. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING-MATERIALS AND ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER-, 19(1), 67.
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Wu, X., Chu, C.-H., Wang, Y., & Yue, D. (2007). Genetic algorithms for integrating cell formation with machine layout and scheduling. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 53(2), 277-289.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
A New Optimization Model for Designing Acceptance Sampling Plan Based on Run Length of Conforming Items
The purpose of this article is to present an optimization model for designing an acceptance sampling plan based on cumulative sum of run length of conforming items. The objective is to minimize the total loss including both the producer and consumer losses. The concept of minimum angle method is applied to consider producer and consumer risks in the optimization model. Also the average number of inspection is considered in the constraint of the model.A practical case study is solved and a sensitivity analysis is performed for elaborating the effect of some important parameters on the objective function. The results of sensitivity analysis showed that the proposed model performance is logical, reliable in all the cases and also has better performance in comparison with classical method in most of the cases. A computational experiment is done to compare the different sampling schemes. The results of computational experiment showed that the proposed model has better performance due to smaller ANI value in all cases.
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Quality Control
Conforming run length
Acceptance Sampling Plan
Minimum angle method
Taguchi loss function
Mohammad
Fallahnezhad
fallahnezhad@yazd.ac.ir
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1
Department of Industrial Engineering, yazd university
Department of Industrial Engineering, yazd university
Department of Industrial Engineering, yazd university
LEAD_AUTHOR
Ahmad
Yazdi
ahmad_ahmadi_yazdi@yahoo.com
true
2
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan University of Technology
AUTHOR
AhmadiYazdi A.,Fallahnezhad M.S. (2014),An optimization model for designing Acceptance Sampling Plan Based on Cumulative Count of Conforming Run Length Using Minimum Angle Method;Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics 44(5); 1271-1281.
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AmirhosseinAmiri, RamezanKhosravi. (2012),Estimating the change point of the cumulative count of a conforming control chart under a drift;ScientiaIranica 19 (3); 856–861.
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Aslam M, Fallahnezhad MS, Azam M. (2013),Decision Procedure for the Weibull Distribution based on Run Lengths of Conforming Items;Journal of Testing and Evaluation 41(5); 826-832.
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Bourke P.D. (2002),A continuous sampling plan using CUSUMs;Journal of Applied Statistics29(8); 1121-1133.
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Bourke P.D. (2003),A continuous sampling plan using sums of conforming run-lengths;Quality and Reliability Engineering International 19(1);53–66.
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Bowling, S.R.,Khasawneh, M.T.,Kaewkuekool, S.,Cho B.R. (2004),A Markovian approach to determining optimum process target levels for a multi-stage serial production system, European Journal of Operational Research 159(3); 636-650.
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Chen J.T. (2013),Design of cumulative count of conforming charts for high yield processes based on average number of items inspected;International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management 30(9);942 – 957.
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Elsayed E. A., Chen A. (1994),An economic design of control chart using quadratic loss function; International Journal of Production Research 32(4); 873-887.
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Fallahnezhad MS, Niaki STA, Abooie MH. (2011),A New Acceptance Sampling Plan Based on Cumulative Sums of Conforming Run-Lengths;Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering 4(4); 256-264.
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Fallahnezhad MS, HosseiniNasab H. (2011),Designing a Single Stage Acceptance Sampling Plan based on the control Threshold policy;International Journal of Industrial Engineering & Production Research 22(3); 143-150.
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Fallahnezhad MS. (2012), A new Markov Chain Based Acceptance Sampling Policy via the Minimum Angle Method; Iranian Journal of Operations Research 3(1); 104-111.
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Fallahnezhad MS, HosseiniNasab H. (2012),A New Bayesian Acceptance Sampling Plan with Considering Inspection Errors;ScientiaIranica 19(6); 1865-1869.
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Fallahnezhad M.S.,Fakhrzad M.B. (2012),Determining an Economically Optimal (n,c) Design Via Using Loss Functions,International Journal of Engineering 25(3); 197-201.
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Fallahnezhad MS, Niaki STA, VahdatZad MA. (2012),A New Acceptance Sampling Design Using Bayesian Modeling and Backwards Induction, International Journal of Engineering 25(1); 45-54.
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Fallahnezhad M.S., AslamM. (2013),A New Economical Design of Acceptance Sampling Models Using Bayesian Inference;Accreditation and Quality Assurance 18(3); 187-195.
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Fallahnezhad M.S.,Niaki STA. (2013),A New Acceptance Sampling Policy Based on Number of Successive Conforming Items;Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods 42(8); 1542-1552.
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Fallahnezhad MS, AhmadiYazdi A. (2015), Comparison between count of cumulative conforming sampling plans and Dodge-Romig single sampling plan; Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods,In press.
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Fallahnezhad MS, A. AhmadiYazdi. (2015),Economic design of Acceptance Sampling Plans based on Conforming Run Lengths using Loss Functions;Journal of Testing and Evaluation 44(1); 1-8,
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Three New Heuristic Algorithms For The Fleet Size And Mix Green Vehicle Routing Problem
In recent years, great efforts have been made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by vehicles. Petroleum products produces greenhouse gas emissions, therefore reducing the use of these products can make a major contribution to reducing pollution. The Fleet Size and Mix Vehicle Routing Problem is one of the most widely used routing branches. In this problem, there are vehicle with different capacities and there is the possibility of choosing vehicles of different types. In this paper, Fleet Size and Mix Vehicle Routing Problem is death considering the reduction of fuel consumption. Since this problem is NP-hard, three novel heuristic methods entitled GROS-I,GROS-II, GGT are presented for the problem. In order to evaluate the proposed heuristics a number of small, medium and large problems are solved. The results show that proposed algorithms have good performance.
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Mix vehicle routing
Reduction of fuel consumption
heuristics
Green Vehicle Routing Problem
Mahdi
Alinaghian
alinaghian@cc.iut.ac.ir
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Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mohsen
Zamani
m.zamani9978@gmail.com
true
2
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
AUTHOR
Clarke, G.u., and Wright, J.W. (1964). Scheduling of vehicles from a central depot to a number of delivery points. Operations research 12, 568-581.
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Fagerholt, K., Laporte, G., and Norstad, I. (2010). Reducing fuel emissions by optimizing speed on shipping routes. Journal of the Operational Research Society 61, 523-529.
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Faulin, J., Juan, A., Lera, F., and Grasman, S. (2011). Solving the capacitated vehicle routing problem with environmental criteria based on real estimations in road transportation: a case study. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 20, 323-334.
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Felipe, Á., Ortuño, M.T., Righini, G., and Tirado, G. (2014). A heuristic approach for the green vehicle routing problem with multiple technologies and partial recharges. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 71, 111-128.
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Figliozzi, M.A. (2011). The impacts of congestion on time-definitive urban freight distribution networks CO2 emission levels: Results from a case study in Portland, Oregon. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 19, 766-778.
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Kara, İ., Kara, B., and Yetis, M.K. (2007). Energy Minimizing Vehicle Routing Problem. In Combinatorial Optimization and Applications, A. Dress, Y. Xu, and B. Zhu, eds. (Springer Berlin Heidelberg), pp. 62-71.
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Kucukoglu, I., Ene, S., Aksoy, A., and Ozturk, N. (2013). a green capacitated vehicle routing problem with fuel consumption optimization model International Journal of Computational Engineering Research 3, 16-23.
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Kwon, Y.-J., Choi, Y.-J., and Lee, D.-H. (2013). Heterogeneous fixed fleet vehicle routing considering carbon emission. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 23, 81-89.
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Lin, C., Choy, K.L., Ho, G.T., Chung, S., and Lam, H. (2014). Survey of green vehicle routing problem: Past and future trends. Expert Systems with Applications 41, 1118-1138.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Competitive Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows and Stochastic Demands
The competitive vehicle routing problem is one of the important issues in transportation area. In this paper a new method for competitive VRP with time windows and stochastic demand is introduced. In the presented method a three time bounds are given and the probability of arrival time between each time bound is assumed to be uniform. The demands of each customer are different in each time window. Therefore, revenue given in each time window is different. In this paper a project with two companies in a city with eight customers is considered and the best routing with maximum revenue is obtained.
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Competitive VRP
Time window
stochastic demand
mathematical model
Amir
Shojaie
amir@ashojaie.com
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1
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mohammad
Shariatmadaria
m.shariat.62@gmail.com
true
2
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Mojtaba
Moradia
moradi6465@yahoo.com
true
3
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
School of Industrial Engineering, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Bent R, Van Hentenryck P (2004) Scenario-based planning for partially dynamic vehicle routing with stochastic customers. Operations Research 52(6):977–987
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