Supply Chain Network Optimization Based on Fuzzy Multiobjective Centralized Decision-Making Model

  • Fu X
  • Chen T
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Abstract

Supply chain cooperation strategy believes that the integration of the operation process can produce value for customers, optimize the supply chain of the connection between the vertical nodes, and constantly strengthen the performance of the advantages, so as to achieve mutual benefit and win-win results. Under fuzzy uncertain environment and centralized decision-making mode, we study multiobjective decision-making optimization, which focuses on equilibrium and compensation of multiobjective problems; that is to say, the proper adjustment of the individual goal satisfaction level will make other goals’ satisfaction levels change greatly. Through coordination among the multiobjectives, supply chain system will achieve global optimum. Finally, a simulation experiment from Shaoxing textile case is used to verify its efficiency and effectiveness.

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Fu, X., & Chen, T. (2017). Supply Chain Network Optimization Based on Fuzzy Multiobjective Centralized Decision-Making Model. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2017, 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/5825912

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