2011 journal article

Inverse data envelopment analysis model to preserve relative efficiency values: The case of variable returns to scale

Computers & Industrial Engineering, 61(4), 1017–1023.

By: S. Lertworasirikul*, P. Charnsethikul* & S. Fang n

author keywords: Data envelopment analysis; Inverse optimization; Efficiency; Performance analysis; Resource allocation
TL;DR: A linear programming model is proposed, which gives a Pareto-efficient solution to the inverse BCC problem and there exists at least an optimal solution if and only if the new output vector is in the set of current production possibility set. (via Semantic Scholar)
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2003 journal article

Fuzzy data envelopment analysis (DEA): a possibility approach

Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 139(2), 379–394.

By: S. Lertworasirikul n, S. Fang n, J. Joines n & H. Nuttle n

author keywords: data envelopment analysis; fuzzy mathematical programming; possibility theory; efficiency analysis
TL;DR: The approach transforms fuzzy DEA models into possibility DEA models by using possibility measures of fuzzy events (fuzzy constraints) and it is shown that for the special case, in which fuzzy membership functions of fuzzy data are of trapezoidal types, possibility DEA model become linear programming models. (via Semantic Scholar)
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