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Building supply chain communication systems: a review of methods and techniques
journal contributionposted on 2017-03-31, 10:42 authored by Anne-Francoise Cutting-Decelle, Bishnu P. Das, Robert I.M. Young, Keith Case, Shahin RahimifardShahin Rahimifard, Chimay J. Anumba, Nasreddine M. Bouchlaghem
With the increasing importance of computer-based communication technologies, communication networks are becoming crucial in supply chain management. Given the objectives of the supply chain, supply chain management is situated at the intersection of different professional sectors, each of them with its own vocabulary, its own knowledge and rules. This paper provides a review of the main approaches to supply chain communications through the analysis of different ways of modelling a supply chain and the presentation of new semantic-based approaches that have been and are being developed to improve the quality of the information exchanges within the supply chain.
This project was sponsored by the EPSRC through Loughborough University’s “Innovative Manufacturing and Construction Research Centre" [Grant no. GR/N22526].
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
Published inThe Data Science Journal
Pages29 - 51
CitationCUTTING-DECELLE, A.F., 2006. Building supply chain communication systems: a review of methods and techniques. Data Science Journal, 5, pp.29-51
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NotesThis paper was published by Ubiquity Press as Open Access under the CC BY 4.0 licence.