Hesam Shidpour
Hesam Shidpour
Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering, University of Hormozgan, Iran
Verified email at hormozgan.ac.ir
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Group multi-criteria design concept evaluation using combined rough set theory and fuzzy set theory
H Shidpour, C Da Cunha, A Bernard
Expert Systems with Applications 64, 633-644, 2016
632016
A multi-objective programming approach, integrated into the TOPSIS method, in order to optimize product design; in three-dimensional concurrent engineering
H Shidpour, M Shahrokhi, A Bernard
Computers & Industrial Engineering 64 (4), 875-885, 2013
582013
Analyzing single and multiple customer order decoupling point positioning based on customer value: A multi-objective approach
H Shidpour, C Da Cunha, A Bernard
Procedia Cirp 17, 669-674, 2014
202014
A group decision-making method based on intuitionistic fuzzy set in the three dimensional concurrent engineering environment: a multi-objective programming approach
H Shidpour, B Alain, M Shahrokhi
92013
An integrated method using intuitionistic fuzzy set and linear programming for supplier selection problem
M Shahrokhi, A Bernard, H Shidpour
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 44 (1), 6391-6395, 2011
72011
A hybrid method to select best process and suppliers, in the concurrent engineering environment
M Shahrokhi, A Bernard, H Shidpour
IFAC Proceedings Volumes 44 (1), 6402-6406, 2011
52011
A New Intuitionistic Fuzzy Goal Programming Approach to Develop a New Product
H Shidpour, M Shahrokhi
Advances in Industrial Engineering 51 (3), 339-349, 2017
2017
Multi-objective optimization of product variety in a mass customization process with considering three-dimensional concurrent engineering approach
H Shidpour
2015
A new design concept evaluation approach based on rough set and fuzzy AHP
H Shidpour, C da Cunha, A Bernard
2014
A new multi-criteria product design concept evaluation with consideration of product architecture, process and supply chain design
H Shidpour, M Shidpour
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