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Agent-level resilience mechanisms received significant attention over the last years. A wide variety of approaches have been developed based on a trade-off between increased resilience and higher redundancy and use of excess resources. Despite the capacity of some approaches to increase agents’ resilience, their relative benefits have seldom been analyzed from a global perspective. Research in complex systems has successfully linked network formation/re-configuration phenomena, driven by agent-level association/dissociation decisions, and the impact of topology on network performance and survivability (Barabási and Albert 1999; Albert et al. 2000; Albert and Barabási 2002; Tangmunarunkit et al. 2002; Thadakamalla et al. 2004; Brede and de Vries 2009). Nevertheless, decision mechanisms analyzed mostly rely on simple probabilistic association/dissociation rules and fail to account for more complex decision criteria involved in supply network formation and re-configuration processes. Regardless of the magnitude of the benefits obtained from any agent-level strategies, it is not possible to extrapolate these benefits to the performance of the entire SN. Furthermore, it is necessary to understand if local benefits are obtained at the expense of performance losses in other SN agents, and whether these approaches create vulnerabilities that hinder SNs ability to be resilient. This chapter analyzes and discusses the benefits of RBT-based decisions relative to traditional SN formation and re-configuration mechanisms based on the results of Reyes Levalle (2015) and Reyes Levalle and Nof (2015a). Results show how local teaming-driven decisions effectively modify SN topology and its ability to overcome disruptions with minimal impact on the SN objectives.
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Reyes Levalle, R. (2015). Resilience by teaming in supply networks. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University.
Tangmunarunkit, H., Govindan, R., Jamin, S., Shenker, S., & Willinger, W. (2002). Network topology generators: Degree-based vs. structural. ACM SIGCOMM. Computer Communication Review, 32(4), 147–159. CrossRef
- Case Study C: Beyond Agent-Level Benefits—The Effect of Resilience by Teaming on Network-Level Resilience
Rodrigo Reyes Levalle
- Chapter 12
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