A credibility-constrained programming for reliable forward–reverse logistics network design under uncertainty and facility disruptions

@article{Hatefi2015ACP,
  title={A credibility-constrained programming for reliable forward–reverse logistics network design under uncertainty and facility disruptions},
  author={Seyed Morteza Hatefi and Fariborz Jolai and S. Ali Torabi and Reza Tavakkoli-Moghaddam},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing},
  year={2015},
  volume={28},
  pages={664 - 678}
}
This paper offers a credibility-constrained programming model for reliable design of an integrated forward–reverse logistics network with hybrid facilities under uncertainty and random facility disruptions. To tackle with this problem, a novel mathematical model is first developed that integrates the network design decisions in both forward and reverse flows and utilises reliability concepts to deal with facility disruptions. Then, the developed model is enhanced based on the credibility… 
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