Input–Output Optimization Models for Supply Chains
Input–output models have the ability to reflect supply chain linkages in industrial networks. The vulnerability of such networks to external perturbations can also be shown within input–output framework. In this chapter, an extension of the input–output model for determining how to optimally allocate levels of production during a transient crisis is discussed. A simple didactic example is solved first, followed by a more complex case study involving climate-induced disruption. Both examples are accompanied by LINGO codes.
KeywordsSupply chain Fuzzy linear programming Simple additive weighting
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