Sajjad Jalali

Sajjad Jalali
Qazvin Islamic Azad University | QIAU · Department of Industrial Engineering

Master of Science

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In the modern era, information technology-based solution providers are encountering a growing request for satisfying the versatile requirements of their customers in terms of software applications. To this end, specific approaches have been designed to streamline the way of accomplishing software projects in an efficient manner, i.e., agile-oriente...
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The COVID-19 pandemic crisis has fundamentally changed the way we live and work forever. The business sector is forecasting and formulating different scenarios associated with the impact of the pandemic on its employees, customers, and suppliers. Various business retrieval models are under construction to cope with life after the COVID-19 Pandemic...
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Purpose Enterprise resource planning (ERP) offers a streamlined system architecture to feed businesses with beneficial information in the current intense global competition. The primary concern of ERP is how to integrate different functional units to facilitate a unified flow of information. This paper aims at providing a non-trivial practice of in...
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The growing concern over the supply chain's facilities' exposure to the intentional disruptions has been studied by incorporating the game theory into the traditional location-transportation problem. To contribute further, we add the inventory-based decisions to the former problem to minimize the maximum mean-risk damages of an optimizing interdict...
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The facility location problem and its related financial issues have a significant impact on the configuration of a supply chain structure (SCS). Although affording the setup cost of facilities requires a huge financial investment, a meticulous planning to recoup it has been neglected by an overwhelming majority of previous studies. To fill this gap...
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The rising disruptions of interdictors force supply chains' designers to embody the protection decisions when locating the facilities. In the presence of variability in the intensity of disruptions, a risk measure is incorporated into the decision-making. The designer-interdictor bi-level problem, therefore, optimizes the joint location and protect...
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This paper considers a continuum approximation to deal with a joint inventory reliable capacitated facility location problem within a two-echelon supply chain structure, whereas the majority of related studies assume facilities with infinite capacity and neglect inventory cost. The scope of the supply chain is restricted to distribution-centers (DC...
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The stochastic process is one the most important tools to overcome uncertainties of supply chain problems. Being a lack of studies on constrained reliable facility location problems (RFLP) with multiple capacity levels, this paper develops a bi-objective RFLP with multiple capacity levels in a three echelon supply chain management while there is a...
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Recently studies in area of supply chain network (SCN) have focused on the disruption issues in distribution systems. Also this paper extends the previous literature by providing a new biobjective model for cost minimization of designing a three echelon SCN across normal and failure scenarios with considering multi capacity option for manufacturers...
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This paper provides a framework in order to incorporate reliability issue as a sign of disruption in distribution systems and partial covering theory as a response to limitation in coverage radios and economical preferences, simultaneously into the traditional literatures of capacitated facility location problems. As a result we develop a bi-object...

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