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Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
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Collaborative fractal-based supply chain management based on a trust model for the automotive industry

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Title
Collaborative fractal-based supply chain management based on a trust model for the automotive industry
Author
Oh, SeungjinRyu, KwangyeolMoon, IlkyeongCho, HyunboJung, Mooyoung
Keywords
Chain management; Collaborative fractal-based supply chain management (c-fSCM); Computational loads; Goal models; Numerical values; Production Planning; Production plans; Supply chain optimization; Trust evaluation; Trust models; Trust values
Issue Date
201012
Publisher
SPRINGER
Citation
FLEXIBLE SERVICES AND MANUFACTURING JOURNAL, v.22, no.3-4, pp.183 - 213
Abstract
In the supply chain of the automotive industry, where the procurement ratio of parts from partners is very high, the trustworthiness of partners should be considered during supply chain optimization. In this paper, to deal with the trust issue related to collaboration and reduce the computational load in production planning, we develop a collaborative fractal-based supply chain management framework for the automotive industry. In our framework, the relationships between the participants of a supply chain are modeled as a fractal. Each fractal has a goal model and generates a production plan of its participants based on the goal model. The goal model of each fractal is developed from an operational perspective to consider the trust value of participants during production planning. A fuzzy trust evaluation model is used to evaluate the trust value in terms of numerical value. To validate the developed framework in the automotive industry, simulations are conducted. The results of the simulations indicate that our framework can be useful in generating precise production plans.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10696-011-9082-7
ISSN
1936-6582
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