نتایج جستجو برای Network DEA

تعداد نتایج: 470204  

2011
Rashmi Malhotra, Raymond Poteau,

This study develops a multidimensional framework using data envelopment analysis as a benchmarking tool to assess the performance of the commercial banks in India. Using data envelopment analysis approach, this study compares the relative performance of 35 banks against one another with eight variables as the benchmark parameters. This study finds that most of the banks are consistently perform...

Journal: :European Journal of Operational Research 2003
Marcos Pereira Estellita Lins, Eliane Gonçalves Gomes, João Carlos Correia Baptista Soares de Mello, Adelino José R. Soares de Mello,

It is usual to rank the participating countries in the Olympic Games in accordance with the number of medals they have won. An alternative ranking is suggested in this paper. This ranking is based on each country’s ability to win medals in relation to its available resources. This is an efficiency that can be measured with the help of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) for which two models exist: ...

2011
Ioannis E. Tsolas,

The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the performance of a sample of natural resources exchange traded funds (ETFs) by applying a two-stage procedure. In the first stage, the generalized proportional distance function (GPDF) in the data envelopment analysis (DEA) context is used for the first time to measure the relative efficiency of sectoral ETFs. In the second stage, a Tobit model is empl...

2004
Matthias FUCHS,

The aim of the paper is to introduce an application of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) for benchmarking the efficiency of (tourism) service production processes on the level of tourism destinations. After a brief discussion of the latest benchmarking research studies in tourism, an efficiency model for tourism service processes will be developed (Parasuraman 2002). The latter postulates simulta...

Journal: :Operations Research 2006
Wade D. Cook, Joe Zhu,

Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is a mathematical approach to measuring the relative efficiency of peer decision-making units (DMUs). It is particularly useful when no a priori information is available on the trade-offs or relationships among various performance measures. A shortcoming of the DEA model, however, is its inability to provide a measure of absolute performance for the DMUs under in...

2014
He-Boong Kwon, Jooh Lee, James Jungbae Roh,

The purpose of this study is to present a complementary modeling approach using data envelopment analysis (DEA) and artificial neural network (ANN) as an adaptive decision support tool in promoting best performance benchmarking and performance modeling. DEA and ANN are combined to take advantages of optimization and prediction capabilities inherent in each method. DEA is used as a preprocessor ...

Journal: :European Journal of Operational Research 2014
Juan Du, Wade D. Cook, Liang Liang, Joe Zhu,

In many managerial applications, situations frequently occur when a fixed cost is used in constructing the common platform of an organization, and needs to be shared by all related entities, or decision making units (DMUs). It is of vital importance to allocate such a cost across DMUs where there is competition for resources. Data envelopment analysis (DEA) has been successfully used in cost an...

2011
G. R. Jahanshahloo,

In the history of DEA, there are two fundamental “Radial” and “Non-radial” approaches for the efficiency measurement. Each approach has its own advantageous and shortcomings. Avkiran et al. (2008) provided a unified framework, named Connected-SBM, for linking these approaches. In the present paper, first, based on the directional distance function we develop the Directional Slack-Based Measures...

Journal: :European Journal of Operational Research 2000
Amy Colbert, Reuven R. Levary, Michael C. Shaner,

Data envelopment analysis (DEA) is used here to determine the relative eciency of 24 top ranked US MBA programs. Eciency scores were determined using three output sets of the MBA programs: output that measured student satisfaction, output that measured recruiter satisfaction and output that measured both. DEA is also used here to determine the relative eciency of three foreign MBA programs a...

Journal: :European Journal of Operational Research 2016
Wanghong Li, Liang Liang, Wade D. Cook, Joe Zhu,

The data envelopment analysis (DEA) methodology is a benchmarking tool where it is generally assumed that decision making units (DMUs) constitute a homogeneous set; specifically, it is assumed that all DMUs have a common (input, output) bundle. In earlier work by the authors the issue of non-homogeneity on the output side was investigated. There we examined a set of steel fabrication plants whe...

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