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Collaborative Supply Chain Distribution Planning under uncertainty

Abstract : The need for agility in a collaborative supply chain leads to rescheduling decisions in order to align the plans of the various SC partners throughout the planning rolling horizon. However, these decisions affect the nervousness of the system and do not necessarily change much in terms of network performance, hence the need to improve planning decision-making processes. In this work, we propose a decision support interface that will provide the decision-maker with a dual perspective for evaluating his/her planning decisions. On the one hand, the impact of rescheduling decisions on the nervousness and instability of the planning system and, on the other hand, the impact of these changes on the system's performance and risk assessment considering the uncertainties of the planning parameters. This will help the decision-maker in finding the right compromise between these two levels of assessment.
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Sanaa Tiss, Jacques Lamothe, Caroline Thierry. Collaborative Supply Chain Distribution Planning under uncertainty. ILS 2020 - 8th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, Apr 2020, Austin, United States. pp.260-267. ⟨hal-02940591⟩

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