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    Determination of the Optimal Policy in a Two Level Inventory System, Using Information Sharing, with a Different Order Size

    , Ph.D. Dissertation Sharif University of Technology Yazdan Shenas, Nima (Author) ; Eshraghniaye Jahromi, Abdolhamid (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    To coordinate between different echelons in supply chains, it is necessary to analyze the multi-echelon inventory systems. Access to advanced technologies in Information Technology make some changes in the inventory management in these systems. Theses technologies that were gradually got inexpensive are attractive for researchers of the multi-echelon inventory systems. Using theses technologies, the information that leads to costs reduction in a supply chain is accessible economically. In this thesis, first efficient solutions for Base Stock and Reorder point, Quantity of order policies will be derived. Then, a serial two-level supply chain comprised of one retailer and one supplier will be... 

    Development and application of model for planning and development of technology in Oil & Gas Upstream

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Kanani Maman, Yasser (Author) ; Saboohi, Yadollah (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Products on Research and Development (R&D) are followed by Technology development. Projects on R&D are cost intensive and considerable of financial resources should be allocated. Optimal allocation of resources could be managed through cost effective strategy. Hence, a “Model for planning and development of technology” has been developed in the present work, which lends itself to the analysis of the industrial application of planning of technological development based on minimizing costs of both development and application of a technology. Mixed Integer Programming optimization model has been developed which enables studying the structure of R&D activities. This model is based on the concept... 

    Inventory Ordering System with Fuzzy Parameters in Supply Chain

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Nasiri, Mohsen (Author) ; Hajji, Rasool (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Inventory control has been always considered important due to its prominent role in managing and better application of resources in the field of operational systems. Ordering system or review stock policy in supply chain management can be mentioned as one of the inventory control study fields of management. A lot of researches have been done in investigating ordering system in supply chain under certainty conditions; however, since the real world is full of uncertainties, parameters such as demand cannot be predicted exactly and we encounter with ambiguity. In this case, using crisp (exact) values can cause to decide wrongly (a wrong decision). On the other hand, due to absence of sufficient... 

    Automated Code Reviewer Recommendation for Pull Requests

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Moosa Reza, Mina Sadat (Author) ; Heydarnoori, Abbas (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Nowadays, by distributed software development growth based on pull-requests, it is possible to review code changes before integrating into the master program by a third-party, informally and tool-based which is called Modern Code Review (MCR). Effectively performing MCR can facilitate the software evolution phase through reducing post-release defects. In MCR, after sending the pull request, the developer invites appropriate reviewers to inspect his code. Due to the high volume of requests and potential reviewers in many projects, selecting the appropriate reviewer is difficult and time consuming. Previously, a variety of recommender systems have been proposed that use methods based on... 

    Recommending Aspect Changes for Mobile Apps Via Mining Users’ Reviews

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Mehralian, Forough (Author) ; Heydarnoori, Abbas (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Dental implants should be biocompatible. This ability cause bone growth beside implant and increases stability of implant. Manufactoring method and materials used in implants are main parameters affectig biocompatibility of implants. Fabrication of functionally graded structures is a novel method to increase biocompatibility. Stress shielding is one of the main causes of failures in current dental implants. This phenomenon takes place due to different young modulus of dental implants and host bone. Pouros structures remedial this problem and implant’s young modulus comes closer to host bone. The aim of this project is to study feasibily of fabrication of functionally graded titanium dental... 

    Strategic Network Formation for Software Development Teams

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Mosaddegh, Pooya (Author) ; Fazli, Mohammad Amin (Supervisor) ; Ghodsi, Mohammad (Co-Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Strategic Network Formation defines how and why networks take particular forms. In many networks, the relation between nodes is determined by the choice of the participating players involved, not by an arbitrary rule. A "strategic2 modeling of network requires defining a network’s costs and benefits and predicts how individual preferences become outcomes. In strategic network formation it is important to look at the overall social benefit and to see if networks that players create manage to be efficient for the society in general. The code review process also referred to as peer review, stands out as a tried and tested method in a large palette of applications to allow... 

    Hierarchical Classification of Mobile App Reviews

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Mazraeh Khatiri, Sajad (Author) ; Heydarnoori, Abbas (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Mobile application marketplaces are not only a distribution platform but also a place for users to give feedback on their experience with application. User reviews contain useful information for software evolution tasks including bug reports, user experience, and feature requests. Considering the massive number of reviews that popular apps receive every day, manual inspection of reviews is not feasible in many cases. Researchers have developed automated tools to classify reviews into fixed and general-purpose categories related to software evolution in order to assist developers. Although this classification can reduce the time and effort for mobile developers, it does not consider the... 

    Predicting Usefulness of Code Review Comments Using Machine Learning Algorithms

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Mohammadi, Atefeh (Author) ; Fazli, Mohammad Amin (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    The competition for staying in the business world has intensified today with the rise of open-source and commercial software. As long as a software is tailor-made to suit the needs of users, it is so-called alive and can stay in the competition. So the maintenance phase is necessary to make changes to the software to meet the needs of users. To reduce costs associated with this phase, it is necessary to avoid software bugs. One way to avoid software bugs is to use peer code review. Peer code review has been recognized as one of the best software engineering principles of the last 35 years. This principle helps maintain the quality of the code due to changes made to parts of the code that... 

    Classifying Users’ Reviews to Respond in App Stores

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Majidi, Forough (Author) ; Heydarnoori, Abbas (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In recent years, the number of applications in app stores such as Google Play has increased dramatically. In Google Play, people can write a review and give a rate to each application. Each review contains a lot of notable information such as ‘feature request’ which helps with software maintenance. Also, the user rate is a sign of user satisfaction or dissatisfaction. Users can change their reviews and rate anytime they want. The previous studies show that total rating affects the success of apps and the total number of downloads. They also found that a lot of users take the rating as one of the important factors while downloading the app and they usually don’t download the apps which have... 

    A Mobile Application Recommender System Based on User's Reviwes

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Mossein, Mobasher (Author) ; Heydarnoori, Abbas (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    The ever increasing growth of smart phones and their applications have led to the emergence of various platforms, i.e. online stores, for distributing them among users and providing a way for customers and developers to interact with each other. In recent years, these stores have turned into an important form of software repositories, which brought out new challenges for researchers. One of these challenges is the task of searching for suitable applications and providing simple access to them for users. Pervious work has focused on the relationships between users and applications’ contents. Among the shortcomings of these approaches, is not considering users’ reviews of applications and what... 

    Extracting Bugs from Mobile Apps Users’ Reviews and Localizing Bug Referenced in Source Code Files

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Ghanadi, Fatemeh (Author) ; Heydarnoori, Abbas (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In recent years, with the rise of the smartphones, mobile apps have seen unprecedented growth and their stores have gained popularity among users. The direct connection of users to these stores and the ability to comment on the applications, have made them big repositories of information. In particular, user reviews provide developers with valuable information on strengths and weaknesses of application and users' problems when using it, which can serve as a guide to improve their application.There are a lot of research on exploring user reviews but few have been trying to find a link between reviews and source code of application. In this research, for the first time, all of the code... 

    A Game Theoretic Inventory Model for a Two-Echelon Supply Chain with Poisson Demand

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Alaei, Saeed (Author) ; Hajji, Alireza (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this research, we study the differences between the centralized and decentralized approaches in a two-stage serial supply chain including a manufacturer and a retailer under the lost sale policy. The centralized approach results in optimal solution of the system and the decentralized one is based on Stackelberg game in which the manufacturer is the leader. The retailer uses the continuous review (r, Q) policy and the demand arrives according to the stationary Poisson process. In order to obtain the solution for two approaches, a set of computational steps are developed. Furthermore, we provide a numerical example and the corresponding sensitivity analysis to compare the two approaches.... 

    Analyzing Customers' Reviews in Online Businesses and their Impact on Product Sales

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Ezzati, Farzane (Author) ; Majid, Rafiee (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In recent years, the attention of marketing researchers has shifted from numerical product rating to user-generated content. Because of this, customers' online reviews now play a very important role in the destiny of Internet businesses. Today, huge and comprehensive platforms have been developed to record and analyze online customer reviews. This type of unstructured data that users and Internet shoppers create based on their experiences of using products and services, has a significant impact on gaining and losing the trust of other users. After reading each review, each user can express their opinion about the usefulness of that comment, which can be seen by others. Large Internet... 

    Echelon Inventory Model with Fuzzy approach and Heuristic Solution for Supply Chain Management

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Atef Yekta, Hoda (Author) ; Akbari Jokar, Mohammad Reza (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    This Project describes a new model for Inventory management in Supply Chain (SC), based on Fuzzy Set Theory and Echelon Inventory model. In today’s changing market, managing the Supply chain inventories, especially for the new product becomes more complicated and uncertain than before. This work provides a new approach to model uncertainties involved in supply chain management using fuzzy set theory. For achieving a more realistic model, Echelon Inventory is used as the base of integrated supply chain inventory model. In proposed model, some of input parameters like demand, production parameters, transportation time between inventories, and some of variables like lead times are described as... 

    A Review on Rationality Governing Feyerabend`S Philosophy of Science

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Ziaie, Mohammad Kamal (Author) ; Golshani, Mehdi (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Paul Feyerabend, an Austrian philosopher of science, is known as one of major critics of science and philosophy of science in 20th century. This inquiry is an attempt to study and criticize the bedrock of Feyerabend's philosophy of science. In the first chapter there will be an intruduction to enter the subject. In the second chapter the method of this study will be explained. Third chapter is a reconstruction of Feyerabend's philosophy of science. In the 4th chapter bedrock of Feyerabend's philosophy of science is derived to be: scepticism and fighting against dogmatism, defying monopolization, humanistic concerns and his personal character. In the last chapter there will be criticisms on... 

    Identifying, Score Predicting, and Investigating the Factors Affecting Green Restaurants' Customers' Satisfaction

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Shah Hosseini, Mansour (Author) ; Khalili Nasr, Arash (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Like other industries and research literature, tourism and hospitality have increasingly interpreted and analyzed the vast amount of user-generated content and online reviews to address practical and theoretical issues concerning customer experience and satisfaction. One of the most underdeveloped data-driven research streams in tourism and hospitality is green restaurant research. To address the gap regarding the actual behaviors, perceptions, and anticipations of such restaurants' customers, this study first used a new advanced topic modeling algorithm to identify hidden topics of customer reviews. The result suggests that customers mostly perceive food-related green attributes when it... 

    Analysing Purchase Satisfaction Using Opinion Mining

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Derakhshan, Ali (Author) ; Beigy, Hamid (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    Opinions and experiences of others give us valuable information in making decisions. Recently, with the expansion of using social networks and websites, people can easily share their opinions about miscellaneous things. This huge amount of information cannot be analyzed by individuals, so a system that automatically analyzes opinions is needed. This need invokes new field of research that is called opinion mining. User’s viewpoints could change during the time, and this is an important issue for companies. One of the most challenging sub-problems of opinion mining is model-based opinion mining, which aims to model the generation of words by modeling their probabilities. In this thesis, we... 

    Deriving the Cost Function and Optimal Boundaries for a Two-level Inventory System with Information Sharing and Identical Retailers

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Afshar Sedigh, Amir Hosein (Author) ; Haji, Rasoul (Supervisor)
    Abstract
    In this study we consider a two-level supply chain, with a supplier and a number of identical retailers, demand process is Poisson with random rate. All retailers apply (R,Q) policy with backorder case for their inventory control supplier fulfills the orders of retailers according to FIFO discipline. At any point of time the supplier has online information about inventory position of all retailers.
    Whenever the inventory position of a retailer reaches to a fixed value (s) above its reorder point, the supplier orders a batch of size Q to an outside source with infinite capacity. Lead-time of each retailer is equal to the sum of a constant transportation time and a delay time which is... 

    Wardrop's first principle: Extension for capacitated networks

    , Article Scientia Iranica ; Volume 28, Issue 1 , 2021 , Pages 175-191 ; 10263098 (ISSN) Zokaei Aashtiani, H ; Poorzahedy, H ; Nourinejad, M ; Sharif University of Technology
    Sharif University of Technology  2021
    Abstract
    In transportation literature, User Equilibrium (UE) has been widely studied since early 1950's, many studies of which define equilibrium flow of traffic for uncapacitated networks based on Wardrop's first principle, implying also a Nash Equilibrium (NE). Although, in general, the two equilibria (UE and NE) are not explicitly the same, they are shown to be equivalent under special conditions for uncapacitated UE, when volume delay functions are separable, continuous, non-decreasing and non-negative. A good deal of research is devoted to explain UE in capacitated networks based on Wardrop's first principle and the concept of generalized costs. However, UE for capacitated networks, even under... 

    A review on competitive pricing in supply chain management problems: models, classification, and applications

    , Article International Transactions in Operational Research ; Volume 29, Issue 4 , 2022 , Pages 2082-2115 ; 09696016 (ISSN) Ziari, M ; Ghomi Avili, M ; Pishvaee, M. S ; Jahani, H ; Sharif University of Technology
    John Wiley and Sons Inc  2022
    Abstract
    Supply chain management (SCM) deals with various strategic, tactical, and operational level decisions in which pricing is of utmost importance to decision makers. Most of the real-life supply chain pricing problems consider competition as a crucial factor in order to expand the market share and tackle emerging competitors. Accordingly, competitive pricing in SCM has attracted great attention by practitioners and academicians in the last four decades. Now after 40 years, it seems necessary to systematically review and classify the previous studies and present the most appealing future research directions. This paper provides a comprehensive review of the state-of-the-art published papers in...