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- Abbas Parchami, Mashaallah Mashinchi, Ali Reza Yavari, Hamid Reza Maleki, Shahid Bahonar
- 2006

Most of the traditional methods for assessing the capability of manufacturing processes are dealing with crisp quality. In this paper we discuss the fuzzy quality and introduce fuzzy process capability indices, where instead of precise quality we have two membership functions for specification limits. These indices are necessary when the specification… (More)

- Hamid Reza Maleki, M. Tata, Mashaallah Mashinchi
- Fuzzy Sets and Systems
- 2000

In practice, there are many problems in which all decision parameters are fuzzy numbers, and such problems are usually solved by either possibilistic programming or multiobjective programming methods. Unfortunately, all these methods have shortcomings. In this note, using the concept of comparison of fuzzy numbers, we introduce a very e ective method for… (More)

- Abbas Parchami, Mashaallah Mashinchi, Hamid Reza Maleki
- Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems
- 2006

- H. Hassanpour, Hamid Reza Maleki, M. A. Yaghoobi
- APJOR
- 2009

- H. Hassanpour, Hamid Reza Maleki, M. A. Yaghoobi
- Soft Comput.
- 2011

In this paper first, we find a canonical symmetrical trapezoidal(triangular) for the solution of the fuzzy linear system Ax̃ = b̃, where the elements in A and b̃ are crisp and arbitrary fuzzy numbers, respectively. Then, a model for fuzzy linear programming problem with fuzzy variables (FLPFV), in which, the right hand side of constraints are arbitrary… (More)

- M. R. Safi, Hamid Reza Maleki, E. Zaeimazad
- FO & DM
- 2007

- Maryam Zangiabadi, Hamid Reza Maleki
- APJOR
- 2007

In the real-world optimization problems, coefficients of the objective function are not known precisely and can be interpreted as fuzzy numbers. In this paper we define the concepts of optimality for linear programming problems with fuzzy parameters (FLP). Then by using the concept of comparison of fuzzy numbers we transform FLP problem into a… (More)

Capability indices compare the actual performance of a manufacturing process to the desired performance. In practice these indices are estimated using sample data, often with quite small sample sizes. Thus, it is of interest to obtain confidence limits for actual capability index given a sample estimate. Most of the traditional methods for assessing the… (More)