In this paper, a H-infinity control technique is proposed for the management of a supply chain (SC) model linearized about nominal operating conditions. The performance considered is a weighted H-infinity norm comprising the inventory and the orders placed by each site, hence controlling the bullwhip effect together with local management costs. It is shown how the optimization of local costs at each site is related to the performance of the whole chain and a decentralized control methodology is proposed based on this relation.

Boccadoro, M., Martinelli, F., Valigi, P. (2008). Supply chain management by H-infinity control. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, 5(4), 703-707 [10.1109/TASE.2008.917152].

Supply chain management by H-infinity control

MARTINELLI, FRANCESCO;
2008

Abstract

In this paper, a H-infinity control technique is proposed for the management of a supply chain (SC) model linearized about nominal operating conditions. The performance considered is a weighted H-infinity norm comprising the inventory and the orders placed by each site, hence controlling the bullwhip effect together with local management costs. It is shown how the optimization of local costs at each site is related to the performance of the whole chain and a decentralized control methodology is proposed based on this relation.
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Rilevanza internazionale
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Settore ING-INF/04 - Automatica
English
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Bullwhip effect; H-infinity control; Supply chain (SC)
Boccadoro, M., Martinelli, F., Valigi, P. (2008). Supply chain management by H-infinity control. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AUTOMATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, 5(4), 703-707 [10.1109/TASE.2008.917152].
Boccadoro, M; Martinelli, F; Valigi, P
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