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Prof. Singa Wang Chiu

Dept. of Business Administration

Chaoyang University of Technology

Wufong, Taichung413, Taiwan, China


Email: swang@cyut.edu.tw


Qualifications

2004 Ph.D., Industrial Engineering & Management, Chung-Yuan Christian University,Chung-Li 320, Taiwan, China

1988 M.S., Computer and Information Science, New Jersey Institute of Technology, New Jersey 07102, USA

1978 B.S., Banking and Insurance, Ming-Chuan University, Taipei111, Taiwan, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Chiu, Singa Wang, Lee, C-H., Chiu, Y-S. P., Cheng, F-T. (2013) Intra-supply chain system with multiple sales locations and quality assurance. Expert Systems with Applications, 40(7): 2669-2676.
  2. Chiu, Singa Wang, Lin, L-W, Chen, K-K., Chou, C-L. (2013) Determining production-shipment policy for a vendor-buyer integrated system with rework and an amending multi-delivery schedule. Economic Modelling, 33: 668-675.
  3. Chiu, Singa Wang, Chiu, Y-S. P., Yang, J-C. (2012) Combining an alternative multi-delivery policy into economic production lot size problem with partial rework.Expert Systems with Applications, 39(3), 2578-2583.
  4. Chiu, Singa Wang, Chen, K-K., Lin, H-D. (2011) Numerical method for determination of the optimal lot size for a manufacturing system with discontinuous issuing policy and rework. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, 27 (10), 1545-1557.
  5. Chiu, Singa Wang (2010) Robust planning in optimization for production system subject to random machine breakdown and failure in rework. Computers & Operations Research 37(5) 899-908.
  6. Chiu, Singa Wang, Chen, K-K., Yang, J-C. (2009) Optimal replenishment policy for manufacturing systems with failure in rework, backlogging, and random breakdown. Mathematical and Computer Modelling of Dynamical Systems 15(3) 255-274.
  7. Chiu, Singa Wang (2008) Production lot size problem with failure in repair and backlogging derived without derivatives. European Journal of Operational Research 188(2) 610-615.
  8. Chiu, Singa Wang (2008) An optimization problem of manufacturing systems with stochastic machine breakdown and rework process. Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry 24(3) 203-219.
  9. Chiu, Singa Wang, Wang, S.L., and Chiu, Y.P. (2007) Determining the optimal run time for EPQ model with scrap, rework, and stochastic breakdowns. European Journal of Operational Research 180(2) 664-676.
  10. Chiu, Singa Wang, Ting, C-K., Chiu, Y.P. (2007) Optimal production lot sizing with rework, scrap rate, and service level constraint. Mathematical and Computer Modelling 46(3-4) 535-549.
  11. Chiu, Singa Wang (2007) Effects of service level constraint and failure-in-repair on an economic manufacturing quantity model. P I Mech Eng Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture 221(7) 1235-1243.
  12. Chiu, Singa Wang, C-C. Shih, and Chiu, Y.P. (2007) A revised cost-benefit algorithm for solving ECTEP problem with defective materials in product structure diagram. P IMech E Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture 221(3) 489-497.
  13. Chiu, Singa Wang, Chiu, Y.P., and C-C. Shih (2006) Determining expedited time and cost of the end product with defective component parts using critical path method (CPM) and time-costing method. Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research 65(9) 695-701.
  14. Chiu, Singa Wang and Chiu, Y.P. (2006) Mathematical modeling for production system with backlogging and failure in repair. Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research 65(6) 499-506.
  15. Chiu, Y.P. and Chiu, Singa Wang (2005) Incorporating expedited time and cost of the end product into the product structure diagram. International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture 45(7-8) 987-991.
  16. Chiu, Singa Wang, Ting, C-K. and Chiu, Y.P. (2005) A modified version of the part period lot-sizing heuristic. International Journal for Engineering Modelling 18(1-2) 59-64.
  17. Chiu, Singa Wang, Gong, D-C., and H-M. Wee (2004) Effects of random defective rate and imperfect rework process on economic production quantity model.JapanJournal of Industrial and Applied Mathematics 21(3) 375-389.


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