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Australia, Steering Committee for the Review of Commonwealth/State Service Provision, (1997), Data Envelopment Analysis; A Technique for Measuring the Efficiency of Government Service Delivery, Canberra.
Gorr, "A Monte Carlo Comparison of Two Production Frontier Estimation Methods: Corrected Ordinary Least squares and Data Envelopment Analysis," European Journal of Operations Research, 67:3, 1993, 332-343.
Whereas previous work has relied mainly on accounting measures, this study used Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) as an innovative approach to assess company success in terms of production economic concepts.
Figure 1 illustrates the derivation of the efficiency measures found in the envelopment surfaces in single-input (x) single-output (y) space.
On the Use of Ordinal Data in Data Envelopment Analysis," Journal of the Operational Research Society, (44), 1993, pp.
Measuring performance: An introduction to data envelopment analysis.
Boisjoly (1997), "Assessing the Relative Efficiency of Aircraft Maintenance Technologies: An Application of Data Envelopment Analysis," Transportation Research Part A, Vol.
1998), Sensitivity analysis in the additive model of data envelopment analysis.
Seiford, 1993, Data Envelopment Analysis: Theory, Methodology and Applications (Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers).
Data Envelopment Analysis is a linear programming methodology that has been widely used in the study of local authority performance, for example in local education authorities (Bessent and Bessent, 1980; Jesson and Mayston, 1989), and health authorities (Salinas-Jimenez and Smith, 1996).
An assessment of efficiency of area agencies on aging in Virginia through data envelopment analysis.