This book takes a close look at recent progress in the field of supply chain management using agent technology and more specifically multiagent systems. Sixteen chapters are organized in four main parts: Introductory Papers; Multiagent Based Supply Chain Modeling; Collaboration and Coordination Between Agents in a Supply Chain; and Multiagent Based Supply Chain Management: Applications. The result is a comprehensive review of existing literature, and ideas for future research.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series:||Studies in Computational Intelligence Series , #28|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.37(d)|
Table of Contents
Supply Chain Management and Multiagent Systems: An Overview.- eMarketplace Model: An Architecture for Collaborative Supply Chain Management and Integration.- Software Agents for Electronic Business: Opportunities and Challenges (2005 Re-mix).- Global Supply Chain Networks and Risk Management: A Multi-Agent Framework.- RedAgent: An Autonomous, Market-based Supply-Chain Management Agent for the Trading Agents Competition.- A Framework of Optimization Agent for Supply Chain Management.- Multi-Agent Modeling and Fuzzy Task Assignment for Real-Time Operation in a Supply Chain.- Multi-Agent based Supply Chain Modelling with Dynamic Environment.- Agent-Based Technological Framework for Dynamic Configuration of a Cooperative Supply Chain.- Design, Implementation and Test of Collaborative Strategies in the Supply Chain.- MAGNET: A Multi-Agent System using Auctions with Temporal and Precedence Constraints.- Incentive Compatible Supply Chain Auctions.- Supply Chain Coordination by Means of Automated Negotiations Between Autonomous Agents.- Business Process Support in a Seaport Automobile Terminal — a Multi-Agent Based Approach.- Commitment Based Sense-and-Respond Framework for Manufacturing Supply Chain.- A Multi-Agent Approach to Supply Chain Management in the Chemical Industry.