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研究生:洪敘峰
研究生(外文):Shu-Feng Hung
論文名稱:應用RST建構供應商選擇模型與決策規則之研究
論文名稱(外文):A Study of Using RST to Create the Supplier Selection Model and Decision-Making Rules
指導教授:張蓓蒂張蓓蒂引用關係
指導教授(外文):Betty Chang Ph.D.
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立宜蘭大學
系所名稱:經營管理研究所碩士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2007
畢業學年度:95
語文別:中文
論文頁數:40
中文關鍵詞:供應商選擇約略集合理論決策規則
外文關鍵詞:supplier selectionrough set theorydecision-making rules
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建構供應商選擇模型在提升企業競爭力與流程中,扮演著重要的角
色。本研究之主要目的為發展一套供應商評選模式,並以rough set theory
(RST)為主要分析方法,讓企業在設計與組織供應鏈時,能快速、精確地尋
找到最合適的供應商夥伴。研究中根據相關文獻,找出供應商評估的重要
準則,並將供應商績效分為三個等級。分別為第一級 (績效優良供應商)、
第二級 (一般績效供應商) 及第三級 (較差績效供應商)。接著以RST 方法
分析其中之供應商選擇決策規則。在進行變數縮減與尋找核心變數後,供
應商選擇模型即能建構出供應商選擇之決策規則。未來採購人員或管理
者,即可利用此供應商選擇模型或決策規則,進行相關決策時之參考依據。
而此模型亦可根據環境的變動或實際需求之不同,進行適當的調整與應用。
Building the model of supplier selection is a critical role to improve
competitiveness and business process. The purpose of this study was to build a
model of supplier selection in order to encourage organizational capabilities and
competitiveness and to apply the model to solve practical problems. After the
literature review, this study chose the critical criteria for supplier evaluation and
then developed the questionnaire which differentiated class 1 (excellent firms),
class 2 (common firms), and class 3 (disappointed firms) from suppliers to get
the evaluation by participants. And the next step was to use rough set theory
(RST) to analyze the rules of supplier selection. After attributing reduct and core,
the decision-making rules could be created by the supplier selection model. In
the future, the model and rules may assist procurement personnel or mangers
responsible for supplier selection to execute relevant policies. The model can
also be readjusted in order to accord with actual needs and changes in the
competitive environment.
致謝詞----------------------------------------------------------------------------i
摘要-------------------------------------------------------------------------------ii
ABSTRACT---------------------------------------------------------------------iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS-----------------------------------------------------iv
LIST OF TABLES-------------------------------------------------------------vi
LIST OF FIGURES-----------------------------------------------------------vii

Chapter 1 Introduction------------------------------------------------------1
1-1 Research Objective and Motivation--------------------------------1
1-2 Research Processes--------------------------------------------------4
Chapter 2 Literature Review--------------------------------------------5
2-1 Supply Chain Management------------------------------------------6
2-2 Supplier Selection------------------------------------------------------8
2-3 Rough Set Theory------------------------------------------------------10
2-3-1 Basic concepts of the rough sets theory----------------------10
2-3-2 Information system and indiscernibility relation------------12
2-3-3 Lower and upper approximations------------------------------12
2-3-4 Accuracy of approximation and quality of classification--13
2-3-5 Independence of attributes--------------------------------------14
2-3-6 Core and reduct of attributes------------------------------------14
2-3-7 Core and reducts of attribute values--------------------------15
2-3-8 Decision rules and decision table-----------------------------15
Chapter 3 Research Design--------------------------------------------19
Chapter 4 Modeling and Analysis--------------------------------------21
Chapter 5 Conclusion and Suggestion------------------------------30
5-1 Conclusion-------------------------------------------------------------30
5-2 Theoretical Suggestion----------------------------------------------31
5-3 Practical Suggestion-------------------------------------------------32
Reference--------------------------------------------------------------------34
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