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BOCR analysis applied to the management of end-of-life systems

Abstract : Nowadays, most of the firms are involved in a sustainable development approach aiming to ensure financial, social and environmental performance, in order to satisfy legislation and customers that have become increasingly demanding. Reverse logistics is part of the process of sustainable development. This process triggered by the consumer consists in a series of activities required for recovery and reprocessing of used products. These products can be reused in some cases. In the framework of sustainable development, this paper is concerned by the design and the evaluation process of withdrawal plans in the field of aircraft dismantling. A multi-criteria decision aid support based on BOCR analysis is proposed to select adequate withdrawal plans. Variables used to evaluate a candidate withdrawal plan constitute what we refer to as repatriation trajectory. A repatriation plan is evaluated on a bipolar scale by two measures namely selectability measure and rejectability measure in the framework of satisficing game to highlight positive aspects and negative aspects with regards to decision making main objectives.
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Yasmina Bouzarour-Amokrane, Ayeley Tchangani, François Pérès. BOCR analysis applied to the management of end-of-life systems. Fifth Doctoral Spring Workshop “Product and Asset Lifecycle Management” (PALM -- DSW), Jun 2012, Taormina - Giardini Naxos, Italy. pp.0. ⟨hal-01977491⟩



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