His main research concerns Mathematical optimization, Simulated annealing, Job shop scheduling, Algorithm and Flow shop scheduling. His work deals with themes such as Batch processing machine and Reverse logistics, which intersect with Mathematical optimization. In his research on the topic of Reverse logistics, Fuzzy logic is strongly related with Supply chain network.
Tardiness, Fair-share scheduling, Scheduling, Dynamic priority scheduling and Rate-monotonic scheduling is closely connected to Local search in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Job shop scheduling. Fariborz Jolai interconnects Stochastic programming and Artificial intelligence in the investigation of issues within Algorithm. Fariborz Jolai studied Imperialist competitive algorithm and Queue management system that intersect with Genetic algorithm.
His primary areas of investigation include Mathematical optimization, Job shop scheduling, Operations research, Supply chain and Flow shop scheduling. His study in Mathematical optimization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Algorithm and Fuzzy logic. The various areas that Fariborz Jolai examines in his Job shop scheduling study include Linear programming, Heuristics and Heuristic.
His Operations research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Customer satisfaction, Order and Measure. Fariborz Jolai combines subjects such as Production and Flexibility with his study of Supply chain. The Flow shop scheduling study combines topics in areas such as Completion time, Heuristic and Fair-share scheduling.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematical optimization, Supply chain, Operations research, Scheduling and Fuzzy logic. The study incorporates disciplines such as Constraint and Job shop scheduling in addition to Mathematical optimization. His work on Supply chain network and Supply chain management as part of general Supply chain study is frequently linked to Internet of Things and Hospital industry, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Operations research research includes themes of Production, Stochastic programming, Heuristics and Heuristic. His Scheduling research includes elements of Integrated production, Robust optimization and Holding cost. His studies deal with areas such as Theory of computation, Analytic network process and Control theory as well as Fuzzy logic.
His primary areas of study are Mathematical optimization, Supply chain, Operations research, Production and Job shop scheduling. Many of his studies on Mathematical optimization involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Residual. In the subject of general Supply chain, his work in Supply chain network is often linked to Land-use planning, Biomass and Agricultural land, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Operations research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Emergency medical services, Distribution center and Queue management system. His Production research incorporates themes from Supply chain management, Imperialist competitive algorithm and Variable neighborhood search. Job shop scheduling is often connected to Bi objective in his work.
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Mathematical modeling and heuristic approaches to flexible job shop scheduling problems
Parviz Fattahi;Mohammad Saidi Mehrabad;Fariborz Jolai.
Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing (2007)
A stochastic optimization model for integrated forward/reverse logistics network design
Mir Saman Pishvaee;Fariborz Jolai;Jafar Razmi.
Journal of Manufacturing Systems (2009)
Lion Optimization Algorithm (LOA): A nature-inspired metaheuristic algorithm
Maziar Yazdani;Fariborz Jolai.
Journal of Computational Design and Engineering (2016)
Robust and reliable forward–reverse logistics network design under demand uncertainty and facility disruptions
S.M. Hatefi;F. Jolai.
Applied Mathematical Modelling (2014)
A hybrid PSO algorithm for a multi-objective assembly line balancing problem with flexible operation times, sequence-dependent setup times and learning effect
Nima Hamta;S.M.T. Fatemi Ghomi;F. Jolai;M. Akbarpour Shirazi.
International Journal of Production Economics (2013)
A multi-objective scatter search for a mixed-model assembly line sequencing problem
A. R. Rahimi-Vahed;M. Rabbani;R. Tavakkoli-Moghaddam;S. A. Torabi.
Advanced Engineering Informatics (2007)
Integrating fuzzy TOPSIS and multi-period goal programming for purchasing multiple products from multiple suppliers
Fariborz Jolai;Seyed Ahmad Yazdian;Kamran Shahanaghi;Mohammad Azari Khojasteh.
Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management (2011)
A new heuristic for resource-constrained project scheduling in stochastic networks using critical chain concept
Masoud Rabbani;S. M. T. Fatemi Ghomi;Fariborz Jolai;N. S. Lahiji.
European Journal of Operational Research (2007)
A variable neighborhood search for job shop scheduling with set-up times to minimize makespan
V. Roshanaei;B. Naderi;F. Jolai;M. Khalili.
Future Generation Computer Systems (2009)
A Simulated Annealing algorithm for a mixed model assembly U-line balancing type-I problem considering human efficiency and Just-In-Time approach
Neda Manavizadeh;Nilufar-Sadat Hosseini;Masoud Rabbani;Fariborz Jolai.
Computers & Industrial Engineering (2013)
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