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AVILA ROJAS, Silvia Lorena  and  OSORIO GOMEZ, Juan Carlos. MULTIOBJECTIVE FUZZY PROGRAMMING MODEL FOR SUPPLIERS SELECTION. Rev.EIA.Esc.Ing.Antioq [online]. 2015, n.23, pp.163-174. ISSN 1794-1237.

In today's competitive environment, it is not only necessary to effectively manage the internal activities of organizations, but to ensure the input elements of the system. For this reason, the selection of suppliers has become one of the most important processes to ensure the quality of supplies companies. In this sense, there have been multiple approaches to the selection process, using quantitative and qualitative models, each with various pros and against. A proposal is presented in this article from the mathematical modeling for the selection of suppliers, involving fuzzy logic in the decision process, so it can be treated in the best possible way this uncertainty both in subjective judgments of qualitative elements, as information is not always accurate quantitative elements.

Keywords : Supplier Selection; Mathematical Modeling; Multiobjective Optimization; Fuzzy Logic.

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