Golam Kabir
Golam Kabir
Assistant Professor, Industrial Systems Engineering, University of Regina
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A review of multi-criteria decision-making methods for infrastructure management
G Kabir, R Sadiq, S Tesfamariam
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 10 (9), 1176-1210, 2013
Comparative analysis of AHP and fuzzy AHP models for multicriteria inventory classification
G Kabir, MAA Hasin
International Journal of Fuzzy Logic Systems 1 (1), 1-16, 2011
Evaluating risk of water mains failure using a Bayesian belief network model
G Kabir, S Tesfamariam, A Francisque, R Sadiq
European Journal of Operational Research 240 (1), 220-234, 2015
Improving supply chain sustainability in the context of COVID-19 pandemic in an emerging economy: Exploring drivers using an integrated model
CL Karmaker, T Ahmed, S Ahmed, SM Ali, MA Moktadir, G Kabir
Sustainable production and consumption 26, 411-427, 2021
Power substation location selection using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process and PROMETHEE: A case study from Bangladesh
G Kabir, RS Sumi
Energy 72, 717-730, 2014
A fuzzy Bayesian belief network for safety assessment of oil and gas pipelines
G Kabir, R Sadiq, S Tesfamariam
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 12 (8), 874–889, 2016
Framework for Evaluating Risks in Food Supply Chain: Implications in Food Wastage Reduction
SM Ali, MA Moktadir, J Chakma, G Kabir, JU Rumi, T Islam
Journal of Cleaner Production 228, 786-800, 2019
Comparative Analysis of TOPSIS and Fuzzy TOPSIS for the Evaluation of Travel Website Service Quality
G Kabir, M Hasin
International Journal for Quality Research 6 (3), 169-185, 2012
Assessing urban areas vulnerability to pluvial flooding using GIS applications and Bayesian Belief Network model
Y Abebe, G Kabir, S Tesfamariam
Journal of Cleaner Production 174, 1629-1641, 2018
Evaluation of customer oriented success factors in mobile commerce using fuzzy AHP
G Kabir, A Akhtar Hasin
Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management 4 (2), 361-386, 2011
Multi-criteria inventory classification through integration of fuzzy analytic hierarchy process and artificial neural network
G Kabir, MA Akhtar Hasin
International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering 14 (1), 74-103, 2013
Enablers of Social Sustainability in the Supply Chain: An Example of Footwear Industry from an Emerging Economy.
AA Munny, SM Ali, G Kabir, MAA Moktadir, T Rahman, Z Mahtab
Sustainable Production and Consumption 20, 230-242, 2019
Prioritization of Drivers of Corporate Social Responsibility in The Footwear Industry in an Emerging Economy: A Fuzzy AHP Approach
A Moktadir, T Rahman, CJC Jabbour, SM Ali, G Kabir
Journal of Cleaner Production 201, 369-381, 2018
Challenges to COVID-19 vaccine supply chain: Implications for sustainable development goals
ST Alam, S Ahmed, SM Ali, S Sarker, G Kabir
International Journal of Production Economics 239, 108193, 2021
Strategies to Manage the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the Supply Chain: Implications for Improving Economic and Social Sustainability
HM Taqi, HN Ahmed, S Paul, M Garshasbi, SM Ali, G Kabir, SK Paul
Sustainability 12 (22), 9483, 2020
Multiple criteria inventory classification using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process
G Kabir, M Hasin
International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations 3 (2), 123-132, 2012
Integrating failure prediction models for water mains: Bayesian belief network based data fusion
G Kabir, G Demissie, R Sadiq, S Tesfamariam
Knowledge-Based Systems 85, 159-169, 2015
Supply chain sustainability assessment with Dempster-Shafer evidence theory: Implications in cleaner production
MM Bappy, SM Ali, G Kabir, SK Paul
Journal of Cleaner Production 237, 117771, 2019
A Structural Model for Investigating the Driving and Dependence Power of Supply Chain Risks in the Readymade Garment Industry
NA Chowdhury, SM Ali, Z Mahtab, T Rahman, G Kabir, SK Paul
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. 51, 102-113, 2019
Predicting water main failures using Bayesian model averaging and survival modelling approach
G Kabir, S Tesfamariam, R Sadiq
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 142, 498-514, 2015
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