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To overcome this disadvantage, we propose a Virtual Frontier SBM model with weak disposability and strong disposability based on the principle of Virtual Frontier.
Section 2 explains the DEA methodology based on natural disposability, managerial disposability and joint performance.
Here, we try to consider both natural and managerial disposability in a linear one-model approach.
Strong disposability technical efficiency model with investment-orientation constant return to scale Fi(y, x|C, S).
Kipp wonders though if this quest against technology disposability takes into account the monstrous consumerist attitude corporations have created in the name of profit--that seemingly have an unending thirst for the new and the trending.
These initiatives create a culture of disposability within important societal issues.
As a result, these fluoropolymers possess the same designation as stainless steel, with the additional benefits of lower capital costs and the elimination of rigorous and expensive clean out procedures due to disposability.
It has been linked to the modern phenomenon of disposability.
And, as if to underscore the disposability of his text, Delk hangs the missive so that it unfurls from a porcelain fixture, like toilet tissue or paper towels.
This mindset of disposability is not only detrimental to the environment, it also ends up costing the consumer more in the end when they have to continue replacing their not-so-durable items.
Take carbon footprint or disposability issues, or the fact that one irresponsible supplier (anti-green, anti-worker, etc.
Since I started pondering on this six weeks ago, the picture has become even grimmer as the temples of Mammon burn, bankers are pursued for their pensions and it's becoming ever more clear that, in a world where the only certainty is uncertainty, our shared future is unlikely to be fuelled by consumer spending focused on disposability.