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Mohammad Modarres, Ehsan Bolandifar,
Volume 1, Issue 1 (5-2008)


  We extend the concept of dynamic pricing by integrating it with “overselling with opportunistic cancellation” option, within the framework of dynamic policy. Under this strategy, to sell a stock of perishable product (or capacity) two prices are offered to customers at any given time period. Customers are categorized as high-paying and low-paying ones. The seller deliberately oversells its capacity if high paying customers show up, even when the capacity is already fully booked by low-paying customers. In that case, the sale to some low-paying customers is canceled, although an appropriate compensation must be provided. A dynamic programming approach is applied to formulate and solve this problem. We develop two models for continuous and periodic pricing, depending on the frequency of price changing. The advantage of this system over dynamic pricing model is investigated through some numerical examples. We also study some structural properties of the optimal policies.

Feizollahi, Modarres Yazdi,
Volume 3, Issue 2 (9-2012)

 We consider a generalization of the classical quadratic assignment problem, where coordinates of locations are uncertain and only upper and lower bounds are known for each coordinate. We develop a mixed integer linear programming model as a robust counterpart of the proposed uncertain model. A key challenge is that, since the uncertain model involves nonlinear objective function of the uncertain data, classical robust optimization approaches cannot be applied directly to construct its robust counterpart. We exploit the problem structure to develop exact solution methods and present some computational results. 
Mahdi Shafiei, Professor Mohammad Modarres,
Volume 7, Issue 1 (4-2016)

We develop a new coordination contract of manufacturer-retailer in a distribution system. A revenue sharing contract based on retail price is modelled, which is more practical to handle channel conflict. We also integrate two concepts of CSR (Corporate Sociality Responsible) and Semi-TDPD (Semi Third Degree Price Discrimination) into our model. Semi-TDPD strategy makes it possible to exploit the opportunity of customer behavior, by adopting a price discrimination strategy. According to this strategy, some customers who cannot or are not willing to pay the posted price, are allowed to purchase at lower prices through bargaining. To illustrate the proposed approach, we present some numerical examples. Through these examples, we investigate the impact of CSR and Semi-TDPD on decisions and also the good performance of this coordination.

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