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A weight-consistent model for fuzzy supplier selection and order allocation problem

  • Sirin SuprasongsinEmail author
  • Pisal Yenradee
  • Van-Nam Huynh
S.I.: MCDM 2017
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Abstract

Decision support for Supplier Selection and Order Allocation (SSOA) is an important application area of multiple criteria decision making (MCDM) problems. In Amid et al. (Int J Prod Econ 131(1):139–145, 2011) proposed and developed a weighted maximin model to ensure the weight-consistent solution for SSOA in an MCDM problem under an uncertain environment. Essentially, this model is based on a weight-consistent constraint and a maximin aggregation operator. This paper reanalyzes the weighted maximin model in terms of the weight-consistent constraint, and then proposes a general weight-consistent model for SSOA in MCDM problems under uncertainty. In this paper, two existing models are reviewed and compared with the proposed model. Three datasets with different ranges of fuzzy demand and full factorial patterns of criteria weights are used to test the performances of the related models. The results showed that the proposed model always generates a weight-consistent Pareto-optimal solution in all cases, while the other existing models do not.

Keywords

Supplier selection and order allocation Weight-consistent solution Maximin aggregation operator Uncertainty 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sirindhorn International Institute of TechnologyThammasat UniversityPathum ThaniThailand
  2. 2.Japan Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyNomiJapan

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