Julien Boissière

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This paper presents the application of the multiagent system for modelling supply chains involving Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the mechatronic industry. This work is a combination of two research scopes. The first one deals with the identification of the different concepts able to model the particular manufacturing systems and production context(More)
To tackle the complexity and heterogeneity of the networks that integrate Mechatronic SMEs, this paper describes a modelling and simulation solution based on multiagent system and ArchMDE (Architecture Model Drive Engineering) methodology for supply chain agentification. This research work outlines two main results: conceptualisation and modelling. The(More)
We present in this paper the application of multiagent system (MAS) for modelling and simulation of the dynamic structure and behaviour of the supply chain in SMEs mechatronic context in Savoie. First, a short literature overview describes the context and the contribution of multiagent modelling for SMEs integration. In the rest of the paper, the supply(More)
Nowadays, in order to meet the demands of the global dynamic market and eliminate its disturbances, the supply chain and its integration across different organizations has become a competitive business advantage along the production processes. In particular, the mechatronic industry is very sensitive to these requirements. Our research deals with modelling(More)
Evaluating the performances of a Supply Chain is a hard task due to its decentralized structure and when one tries to take into account sustainable development issues. As a first step towards a realistic evaluation tool, in this paper, we provide a two-echelon supply chain model - a manufacturer and a 3PL provider - inspired from Jung, Chen & Jeong(More)
This paper aims at developing efficient solving methods for an original service network design problem imbued with sustainable issues. Indeed the network has to be designed for short and local supply chain and for fresh food products. The original features of the problem are the seasonality of supply, the limitation of transshipments for a product and no(More)
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