Handbook of Research on Military, Aeronautical, and Maritime Logistics and Operations

Handbook of Research on Military, Aeronautical, and Maritime Logistics and Operations

Alberto Ochoa-Zezzatti (Juarez City University, Mexico), Jöns Sánchez (Consejo Nacional De Ciencie Y Tecnologia (CONACYT), Mexico), Miguel Gastón Cedillo-Campos (Transportation Systems and Logistics National Laboratory, Mexican Institute of Transportation, Mexico) and Margain de Lourdes (Polytechnic University of Aguascalientes, Mexico)
Release Date: February, 2016|Copyright: © 2016 |Pages: 587
ISBN13: 9781466697799|ISBN10: 1466697792|EISBN13: 9781466697805|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9779-9

Description

Effective logistics management has played a vital role in delivering products and services, and driving research into finding ever improving theoretical and technological solutions. While often thought of in terms of the business world, logistics and operations management strategies can also be effectively applied within the military, aeronautical, and maritime sectors.

The Handbook of Research on Military, Aeronautical, and Maritime Logistics and Operations compiles interdisciplinary research on diverse issues related to logistics from an inclusive range of methodological perspectives. This publication focuses on original contributions in the form of theoretical, experimental research, and case studies on logistics strategies and operations management with an emphasis on military, aeronautical, and maritime environments. Academics and professionals operating in business environments, government institutions, and military research will find this publication beneficial to their research and professional endeavors.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Computer Simulation
  • Game Theory
  • Logistics management
  • Operations management
  • Optimization Algorithms
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Transportation Planning

Reviews and Testimonials

Twenty-seven papers propose hybrid artificial intelligence methods for solving modern problems of logistics management and optimization. The contributors analyze the vertex separation problem, random weight generators, quay crane scheduling, military logistics choices, airport capacity, mixed flow impeller blades, and maximum passenger load for aerotaxis to southwestern Chihuahua. Other topics include multi-objective simulated annealing algorithms, Hanoi Towers game theory, intentional food contamination in the food supply chain, temperature modeling in a greenhouse, and the relationship between construction time and crane optimization.

– ProtoView Reviews

Table of Contents and List of Contributors

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Alberto Ochoa-Zezzatti is a full Professor in Juarez City University.
Jons Sanchez (Bs’00 – Electrical Eng. Master’02 both from the Instituto Tecnológico de Querétaro and the Ph.D.’07 from the CIATEC-CONACYT Research Center). His research field is the mathematical modeling and optimization of process and products using response surface methodology and Evolutionary Multiobjective Algorithms. Doctor Jöns has published more than 40 articles and five patents. He is a recognized researcher by SNI-CONACYT. He has been professor of the postgraduate program called PICYT. Furthermore, he is accredited assessor from RCEA-CONACYT.
Miguel Gaston Cedillo-Campos is a Professor in Logistics Systems Dynamics and Founding President of the Mexican Logistics and Supply Chain Association (AML). Dr. Cedillo is National Researcher Level 1 (National Council of Science and Technology), Innovation Award 2012 (Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon) and National Logistics Award 2012. In 2004, he received a Ph.D. in Logistics Systems Dynamics from the University of Paris, France. Recently, he was collaborating as Visiting Researcher at MIT-Zaragoza Logistics Center. At the Mexican Institute of Transportation (IMT) he is a researcher in logistics systems analysis and modeling, risk analysis, and supply chain management, which are the subjects he teaches in different prestigious universities in Mexico, Spain, France, Colombia, Panama, and Chili. Dr. Cedillo is the Scientific Chairman of the International Congress on Logistics and Supply Chain (CiLOG). He is the author of several scientific publications in top journals as Transportation Research Part E: logistics and Transportation Review, Simulation, Computers and Industrial Engineering, Applied Energy, Computers in Industry, Journal of Applied Research and Technology, and others.

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