2MGM Chains and Balancing
A significant number of researches have dealt with supply chain management (SCM) [1, 3]. Many studies have focused on the bullwhip effects and win-win strategy problems in the supply chain.
KeywordsSupply Chain Management Stock Level Bullwhip Effect Integral Optimization Supply Chain Design
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