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chapitre d'ouvrage


chapitre d'ouvrage


A defined chapter or section of a book, usually with a separate title or number. [Source: http://purl.org/spar/fabio/BookChapter]

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capítulo de libro
Teil eines Buches
book part
chapitre d'ouvrage
capitolo di libro

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book chapter
chapter in book
capitulo de libro
parte de libro
chapitre de livre
partie d'ouvrage

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Broad Match: http://purl.org/eprint/type/Book
Exact Match: http://purl.org/spar/fabio/BookChapter
Exact Match: http://purl.org/eprint/type/BookItem

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  • PublicationRestreint
    Framework for value chain optimization of forest networks in the emerging canadian bioeconomy
    (CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016-09-01) Carle, Marc-André; D'Amours, Sophie; Gunn, Eldon A.; Pulkki, R. E.
  • PublicationRestreint
    Chaînes de création de valeur
    (Éditions MultiMondes, 2009-01-01) Martel, Alain; Frayret, Jean-Marc; Gaudreault, Jonathan; D'Amours, Sophie; LeBel, Luc
  • PublicationRestreint
    Methodology for assessing collaboration strategies and incentives in the pulp and paper industry
    (Springer, 2011) Lehoux, Nadia; D'Amours, Sophie; Langevin, André
    Under current economic conditions, several companies have decided to implement collaborations with their suppliers, distributors, and retailers, in order to share products and information efficiently as well as reduce their operational costs. Even traditional industries such as the forest industry are now seeking for new business relationships to outperform the competition. In this article, we propose a case study of collaboration between a pulp and paper producer and a wholesaler. In particular, we describe a methodology used to compare different collaborative approaches. We show that this methodology is useful to take multiple operational parameters and constraints into account, as well as to update planning decisions over time. We also discuss the different results obtained for the case study. We demonstrate that collaborative approaches such as CPFR and VMI may reduce network costs, but the savings obtained with these strategies must be distributed fairly. Furthermore, we analyze the use of several incentives to increase the value and strength of the collaboration.
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    Generic mechanisms for coordinating operations and sharing financial benefits in collaborative logistics
    (Springer, 2010-01-01) Rönnqvist, Mikael; Lehoux, Nadia; Audy, Jean-François.; D'Amours, Sophie
    Collaborative logistics is increasingly emerging as a new opportunity for cost reduction through internal and cross chains coordination. This paper presents different coordination mechanisms to support collaborative logistics. These mechanisms are differentiated by their planning function, their sharing approach and the information, decision and financial flows. Often, the logistics planning is run first, and secondly, the sharing is set on the basis of the plan. However, recently, new approaches have been proposed where both the logistics plan and the sharing are optimized simultaneously. Constraints on the financial flows also introduce specificities to the coordination mechanisms and these are described and discussed. Finally, the proposed coordination mechanisms are used to describe a series of research and applied projects in which collaborative logistics has been implemented.
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    Integrated forest biorefinery supply chain network design using mathematical programming approach
    (CRC Press, 2012-12-10) Feng, Yan; Nour El Fath, Mustapha; D'Amours, Sophie; LeBel, Luc
  • PublicationRestreint
    Motivations for multi behavior agents in supply chain planning
    (Édition Tec & doc-Lavoisier, 2008-01-01) Frayret, Jean-Marc; Gaudreault, Jonathan; Forget, Pascal; D'Amours, Sophie
    In today’ industrial context competitiveness is closely associated to supply chain performance. Coordiantion between production partners is essential in supply chains to deliver products on time to final clients. As perturbations occur all the time, production centers have to react quickly correct deviances and create new plans, while coordinating changes with partners. Agent-based technology provides a natural approach to model supply chain networks and describe specialized planning agents. To coordinate and optimize their production plan, agents ue specify the heuristic parameters a priori, at the time of their design and prior to their use. The solution proposed here is to give agents the opportunity to change these parameters, modifying their planning behaviors following the environmental conditions met. Using simulation, agents can identify optimal team behaviors for the supply chain in different situations. This paper explains the methodology followed to experiment multi-behavior agents and presents results from an application to the lumber supply chain.
  • PublicationRestreint
    A distributed framework for collaborative supply network integration
    (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001) Cloutier, Louis; Frayret, Jean-Marc; Montreuil, Benoit; D'Amours, Sophie
    This paper presents the latest developments of the Net Man generic framework for the design and operation of distributed manufacturing and supply networks. This framework enables the implementation of specific collaborative strategies, as well as the integration of distributed business processes into a seamless value creation process. This approach, described as a collaborative integration of the business-to-business (B-to-B) interactions, allows the distributed units of a network to exchange information in a coordinated manner and to collaboratively plan, control and manage day-to-day operations and contingencies in a dynamic environment.
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    Synchronized production-distribution planning in the pulp and paper industry
    (Springer, 2005-01-01) Martel, Alain; Bouchriha, Hanen; D'Amours, Sophie; Rizk, Nafee
    This chapter examines the short term production, transportation and inventory planning problems encountered in the fine-paper industry. After positioning the problems in the context of a general supply chain planning system for the pulp and paper industry, a comprehensive synchronized production-distribution model is gradually developed. First, a model for the dynamic lot-sizing of intermediate products on a single paper machine with a predetermined production cycle is proposed. The model also plans the production and inventory of finished products. Then, we consider the lot-sizing of intermediate products on multiple parallel paper machines with a predetermined production sequence. Finally, simultaneous production and distribution planning for a single mill multiple distribution centers network is studied by considering different transportation modes between the mill and its Distribution Centers (DCs).
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    Decisions and methodology for planning the wood fibre flow in the forest supply chain
    (Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration, 2008) Carlsson, Dick; Martel, Alain; Rönnqvist, Mikael; D'Amours, Sophie
    The wood fibre based product industry is one of the most important for countries such as Sweden, Finland, Russia and Canada.
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    Collaborative event management in supply chains : an agent-based approach
    (Springer, 2006-01-01) Frayret, Jean-Marc; Forget, Pascal; D'Amours, Sophie
    The development of integrated supply chains and the use of inter-organizational information systems have increased business interdependencies. Thus, the ability to deal quickly and seamlessly with everyday unplanned events is critical to maintain the overall performance of the supply chain. In order to develop tools to promote the collaborative management of such events, agent-based technology takes advantage of agents' ability to make autonomous decisions in a distributed context. Collaborative Event Management (CEM) is an approach designed to improve agility in a context where planning decisions are supported by a distributed advanced planning system (d-APS). This paper proposes an agent model geared with tools to collaboratively plan operations to deal with unplanned events.