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Receding Horizon Control on Large Scale Supply Chain
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Author(s)
Mohammad Miranbeigi, Aliakbar Jalali
KEYWORDS
supply chain, supply chain management system, suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers , control system, demand, receding horizon controller.
ABSTRACT
Supply chain management system is a network of facilities and distribution entities: suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers. The control system aims at operating the supply chain at the optimal point despite the influence of demand changes. In this paper, a centralized constrained receding horizon controller applying to a supply chain management system consist of two product, one plant, two distribution centers and three retailers.
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