Mariano Jiménez López

TELÉFONO: 943015818 E-MAIL: mariano.jimenez@ehu.eus

Docencia

 

Docencia de grado

 

  • Grado en Administración y Dirección de Empresas. Facultad de Economía y Empresa (Sección de Gipuzkoa): Matemáticas I y Matemáticas II.


Docencia de postgrado

 

  • Máster Universitario en Dirección Empresarial desde la Innovación y la Internacionalización: (UPV/EHU)
  • Lógica Borrosa para la Gestión Innovadora de la Empresa. Máster Universitario en Ingeniería de Organización y Logística. (Universitat Politécnica de Valencia): Métodos Cuantitativos de Organización Industrial (Introducción a la Decisión Multi-criterio)

Investigación

 

Líneas de investigación

 

  • Decisión multi-criterio, Optimización multi-objetivo, Programación por metas, Matemática de los conjuntos borrosos, Programación matemática borrosa.


Proyectos de investigación (en curso)

 

Metodología Multi-Criterio en Economía y Finanzas Sostenibles.

Investigadora principal: Amelia Bilbao Terol (Universidad de Oviedo).

2015-2018.   Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad.

 

Publicaciones

  • Mariano Jimenez, Amelia Bilbao Terol, Mar Arenas Parra: A model for solving incompatible fuzzy goal programming: an application to portfolio selection. International Transactions in Operational Research (2017). doi: 10.1111/itor.12405
  • Manuel Díaz-Madroñero, Josefa Mula, Mariano Jimenez, David Peidro. A rolling horizon approach for material requirement planning under fuzzy lead times. International Journal of Production Research (2017). doi: 10.1080/00207543.2016.1223382
  • Amelia Bilbao Terol, Mar Arenas Parra, Verónica Cañal Fernández, Mariano Jiménez: A sequential goal programming model with fuzzy hierarchies to sustainable and responsible portfolio selection problem. Journal of the Operational Research Society (2016). doi: 10.1057/jors.2016.33
  • Amelia Bilbao Terol, Mariano Jiménez, Mar Arenas Parra: Standard goal programming with fuzzy hierarchies: a sequential approach.  Soft Computing (2016) doi: 10.1007/s00500-015-1644-2
  • Amelia Bilbao Terol, Mariano Jiménez, Mar Arenas Parra: A group decision making model based on goal programming with fuzzy hierarchy: an application to regional forest planning. Annals of Operations Research (2014). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10479-014-1633-3.
  • Manuel Díaz-Madroñero, Josefa Mula, Mariano Jiménez: Fuzzy goal programming for material requirements planning under uncertainty and integrity conditions, International Journal of Production Research (2014). DOI:10.1080/00207543.2014.920115.
  • Raúl Poler, Josefa Mula, Manuel Díaz-Madroñero, Mariano Jiménez: Fuzzy nonlinear optimization model to improve intermittent demand forecasting. En: Exploring Innovative and Successful Applications of Soft Computing: Antonio D. Masegosa, Pablo J. Villacorta, Carlos Cruz-Corona, M. Socorro García-Cascales, María T. Lamata, José L. Verdegay (Editores). IGI Global, USA, (2014).
  • Manuel Díaz-Madroñero, Josefa Mula, Mariano Jiménez: An extension on fuzzy integer linear programming with equality constraints. Fuzzy Economic Review (2014), 19 (2).
  • Dylan Jones, Mariano Jiménez: Incorporating additional meta-objecctives into the extended lexicographic goal programming framework. European Journal of Operational Research (2013)   227, 343-349.
  • Mariano Jiménez, Juan. A. Rivas, Carmen Puerta: Regional Forest Planning Using Multiobjective Programming and Goal Programming, International Journal of Multicriteria Decision Making  (2012),  2 (4)  338-354.
  • David Peidro, Josefa Mula,; Mariano Jiménez,; Mª del Mar Botella. A fuzzy linear programming based approach for tactical supply chain planning in an uncertainty environment. European Journal of Operational Research. (2010), 205, 65-80.
  • Mariano Jiménez y Amelia Bilbao Terol: Pareto-optimal solutions in fuzzy multi-objective linear programming. Fuzzy Sets and Systems (2009), 160(18), 2714-2721.
  • M. Jiménez, M. Arenas, A. Bilbao, And M. V. Rodríguez: Solving a fuzzy multiobjective linear programming problem through the value and the ambiguity of fuzzy numbers. En: Multiobjective Programming And Goal Programming. (Lecture Notes In Economics And Mathematical Systems) Vol 618. (Eds. Barichard, V.; Ehrgott, M.; Gandibleux, X.; T'kindt, V.). Springer, Heidelberg, New York, (2009), 188-195.
  • Rocío De Andrés, José Luis García-Lapresta, Mariano Jiménez. A decision making procedure for designing human resources. En: Management Computational Intelligence In Decision And Control (Eds. D. Ruan, J. Montero, J. Lu, L. Martínez, P. D'hondt, E.E. Kerre). World Scientific, Singapore, (2008). 799-804,
  • Mariano Jiménez, Mar Arenas, Amelia Bilbao, Mª Victoria Rodriguez, Linear programming with fuzzy parameters: an interactive method resolution. European Journal of Operational Research(2007), 177(3) 1599-1609.
  • Amelia Bilbao, Mar Arenas, Mariano Jiménez, Blanca Pérez, Mª Victoria Rodríguez: An extension of sharpe's single-index model: portfolio selection with expert betas. Journal of the Operational Research Society (2006), 57(12), 1442-1451.
  • Ángel S. Fernández-Castro, Mariano Jiménez: PROMETHEE: an extension through fuzzy mathematical programming. Journal of the Operational Research Society. (2005), 56(1), 119-122.
  • Mariano Jiménez, Mar Arenas, Amelia Bilbao Mª Victoria Rodríguez: Approximate resolution of an imprecise goal programming model with nonlinear membership functions. Fuzzy Sets and Systems. (2005), 150, 129-145.
  • Mariano Jiménez, Mar Arenas, Amelia Bilbao: Solving fuzzy goal programming problems. Fuzzy Economic Review (2004), IX(1).
  • Mariano Jiménez , Mar Arenas, Amelia Bilbao, Mª Victoria Rodríguez: On Considering Flexible Constraints of Different Importance in Goal Programming Problems. Advances in Soft Computing. Múltiple Objective and Goal Programming. Eds. (Trzaskalik, T. And Michnik, J). Physica-Verlag (Springer), Heidelberg, New York.  2002. 101-114.
  • Mar Arenas, Amelia Bilbao,  Mariano Jiménez y Mª Victoria Rodríguez: A Fuzzy Goal Programming Model for Evaluating a Hospital Service Performance. Fuzzy Sets in Management, Economics and Marketing. Eds. (C. Zopounidis, Pm Pardalos & G. Baourakis). World Scientific Publishers. New Jersey, London. 2001. 19-34.
  • Mariano Jiménez, Maria Victoria Rodríguez, Mar Arenas, Amelia Bilbao. Solving a possibilistic linear programming through compromise programming. Mathware and Soft Computing (2000), VI (2-3).    
  • Mar Arenas; Amelia Bilbao, Mariano Jiménez, Maria Victoria Rodríguez. Método Interactivo de Resolución de un Programa Multiobjetivo. Revista de la Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales (1998), 92 (4).
  • Mar Arenas; Amelia Bilbao, Maria Victoria Rodríguez, Mariano Jiménez: Fuzzy parameters multiobjetive linear programming problem: solution analysis. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 465. (Trends in Multicriteria Decision Making. Eds : Theo Stewart Y Rob Van Den Honert). Springer. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 1998. 128-137.
  • Mar Arenas; Amelia Bilbao, Maria Victoria Rodríguez, Mariano Jiménez. A theory of possibility approach to the solution  of a  fuzzy linear programming. Applied Decision Analysis. Eds.: (F. J. Girón and M. L. Martínez). Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, Dordrecht, London, (1998), 147-157
  • Mariano Jiménez, Juan Antonio Rivas Pérez: Fuzzy number approximation. International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge Systems (1998), 6(1).
  • Mar Arenas; Amelia Bilbao, Maria Victoria Rodríguez, Mariano Jiménez. A fuzzy solution approach to a fuzzy  linear goal programming problem.  Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 448 (Multiple Criteria Decision Making. Eds.: Günter Fandel & Tomas Gal). Springer. Berlin, (1997). 255-264
  • Amancio Betzuen Zalbidegoitia,Mariano;Jiménez Lopez, Juan Antonio Rivas Pérez, Actuarial mathematics with fuzzy parameters. An application to collective pension plansFuzzy Economic Review (1997) II (2).
  • Mariano Jiménez: La teoría de posibilidad aplicada al cálculo financiero en condiciones de incertidumbre. Actualidad Financiera (1996) 3.
  • Mariano Jiménez: Ranking fuzzy numbers through the comparison of its expected interval. International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge Systems (1996), 4 (4).