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Industrial and Systems Engineering

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Cyber-physical logistics systems for the Physical Internet deployment: application of the holonic paradigm to self-organized and intercontinental containers transport

The Physical Internet will induce organizational changes while Cyber-Physical Systems will lead to major technological changes. Their combination allows us to propose Cyber-Physical Logistics Systems based on a holonic approach of self-organization of actors. After a (...)

Optimization of blood products inventory process: review and analysis of the literature

In this paper, we are interested in inventory management of labile blood products. This is a major concern for blood establishments and health professionals, despite the progress made in the field of blood transfusion. We propose a comparative analysis of the literature. We (...)

Diagnosis of partially observed Petri nets with algebraic indicators

In this paper, we present a diagnostic approach for partially observable Petri nets based on the formalization of fault indicators under the algebraic form (min, max, +). The faults are modeled by certain unobservable transitions, and the occurrence of a fault is equivalent (...)

An approach for business processes reconfiguration

The continuous search for flexibility leads companies to implement reconfigurable supply chains. In this article, we focus on the reconfiguration of supply chains through the business processes that compose them. We propose an approach of reconfiguration based on an (...)

EasySched: a multi-agent architecture for the predictive and reactive scheduling of Industry 4.0 production systems based on the available renewable energy

Industry 4.0 is concerned with sustainable development constraints. In this context, we propose a multi-agent architecture, named EasySched, aiming at elaborating predictive and reactive scheduling as the result of a coordination between systems producing goods and systems (...)