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The objective of this research is to calculate the optimal inventory lot-sizing for each supplier and minimize the total inventory cost which includes joint purchase cost of the products, transaction cost for the suppliers, and holding cost for remaining inventory. Genetic algorithms (GAs) are applied to the multi-product and multi-period inventory lot-sizing problems with supplier selection under storage space. Also a maximum storage space for the decision maker in each period is considered. The decision maker needs to determine what products to order in what quantities with which suppliers in which periods. It is assumed that demand of multiple products is known over a planning horizon. The problem is formulated as a mixed integer programming and is solved with the GAs. The detailed computation results are presented.
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Woarawichai, C., Kullpattaranirun, T., & Rungreunganun, V. (2013). Applying Genetic Algorithms for Inventory Lot-Sizing Problem with Supplier Selection under Storage Space. Applied Science and Engineering Progress, 3(4), 37–45. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijast/article/view/67389