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An extended multiple criteria data envelopment analysis model
Several researchers have adapted the data envelopment analysis (DEA) models to deal with two inter-related problems: weak discriminating power and unrealistic weight distribution. The former problem arises as an application ...
A FDH super-efficiency model
The free disposal hull (FDH) model, developed by Deprins et al. [The Performance of Public Enterprises Concepts and Measurements, Elsevier, 1984], is derived from a representation of the production technology where production ...
Carbon efficiency evaluation: An analytical framework using fuzzy DEA
Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is a powerful analytical technique for measuring the relative efficiency of alternatives based on their inputs and outputs. The alternatives can be in the form of countries who attempt to ...
A facility location model using DEA
In general, facility location problems target at finding the optimal location among a set of candidate facility locations (e.g., plants and warehouses) where the objective is to minimize the total cost of the siting ...
Dual frontiers without convexity
The conventional optimistic data envelopment analysis (DEA) model typically evaluates decision-making units (DMUs) using the best relative efficiency that is derived from the estimated efficient production frontier, while ...
A flexible cross-efficiency fuzzy data envelopment analysis model for sustainable sourcing
Sustainable sourcing is a recent priority for firms considering customer behavior and societal norms with respect to the supply chain. Customer attitudes, particularly in the developed countries, are affected by the perceived ...