A game theory approach for the collaborative planning of production and transportation activities in the supply chain

Abstract : This thesis focuses on the collaboration between partners inside supply chain at the tactical level of planning. This work aims to develop a new approach based on game theory to solve the problem of coordinating processes concerned by production and transportation planning decision making. Two types of coalitions cooperative games are implemented according to the nature of partners: the cooperation between homogeneous partners concerns multiple transport operators while the other case is more on the relationships between heterogeneous partners including one manufacturer and multiple transport operators. The coordination is supported by mathematical models implemented in linear programming which simulate the planning process within the various possible pools of partners, also called “coalitions”. These models are used in a gains/costs sharing protocol between the partners which is based on the Shapley value. Some basic properties are checked in order to verify if the cooperation is valid. The models and the protocol are assessed on theoretical test cases based on realistic data sets.
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Yiting Wang. A game theory approach for the collaborative planning of production and transportation activities in the supply chain. Computer Science and Game Theory [cs.GT]. Université de Bordeaux, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018BORD0058⟩. ⟨tel-01801037⟩

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