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|Title:||Decision support for build-to-order supply chain management through multiobjective optimization|
|Keywords:||Supply chain management;Build-to-order;Decision support;Multiobjective optimization;Pareto-optimal front|
|Abstract:||This paper aims to identify the gaps in decision-making support based on multiobjective optimization for build-to-order supply chain management (BTOSCM). To this end, it reviews the literature available on modelling build-to-order supply chains (BTO-SC) with the focus on adopting multiobjective optimization (MOO) techniques as a decision support tool. The literature has been classified based on the nature of the decisions in different part of the supply chain, and the key decision areas across a typical BTO-SC are discussed in detail. Available software packages suitable for supporting decision making in BTO supply chains are also identified and their related solutions are outlined. The gap between the modelling and optimization techniques developed in the literature and the decision support needed in practice are highlighted and future research directions to better exploit the decision support capabilities of MOO are proposed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business and Management|
Brunel Business School Research Papers
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