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choice of technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology

B. De Borger

choice of technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology

a comparison using U.S. banking data

by B. De Borger

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Published by Loughborough University, Department of Economics in Loughborough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementB. De Borger, G. D. Ferrier, K. Kerstens.
SeriesEconomic research paper / Loughborough University, Department of Economics -- no.96/26, Economic research paper (Loughborough University, Department of Economics) -- no.96/26.
ContributionsFerrier, G. D., Kerstens, K.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16544164M

This paper deals with evaluating congestion in free disposal hull (FDH) models. There are several approaches in data envelopment analysis (DEA) literatures which discuss the theory and application of congestion. However, almost all of these approaches considered convex DEA by: 1. On the one hand, the most common nonparametric tools used in local government efficiency literature are Data Envelopment Analysis (Charnes et al., ), hereafter DEA, and its nonconvex version Free Disposal Hull (Deprins et al., ), hereafter FDH. Nonparametric methods have received a considerable amount of interest mainly because they Cited by:

Massachusetts Technical Reference Manual August 6 Introduction This Massachusetts Technical Reference Manual for Estimating Savings from Energy Efficiency Measures (“TRM”) documents for regulatory agencies, customers, and other stakeholders how National Grid consistently, reliably, and transparently calculate savings from the installation of efficient equipment. The CCR ratio form introduced by Charnes, Cooper and Rhodes, as part of their Data Envelopment Analysis approach, comprehends both technical and scale inefficiencies via the optimal value of the ratio form, as obtained directly from the data without requiring a priori specification of weights and/or explicit delineation of assumed functional Cited by:

  The Hull Efficiency is given by the formula: Hull Ef. = (1 - t)/ (1 - w) Where: t = thrust deduction w = wake fraction w is always bigger than ZERO t may be = ZERO (read HydroComp Technical Report number , page 2) This means that the hull efficiency may be bigger than ONE? this is my question. Thrust deduction t = (T - Rt) /T, where. To achieve maximum hull efficiency, as seen from a paint makers perspective, it all starts with proper surface preparations. Having worked through a great number of reference cases we can draw the following conclusions: Pre-treatment effects are vessel specific and .


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The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology: A comparison using US banking data Author links open overlay panel Bruno De Borger a Gary D. Ferrier b Kristiaan Kerstens cCited by: The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology: A comparison using US banking data - by: Borger, Bruno De & Ferrier, Gary D.

& Kerstens, Kristiaan, "The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology: A comparison using US banking data," European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier, vol. (3), pagesMarch. The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology: A comparison using US banking data.

The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology: A comparison using US banking data. By Bruno De Borger, Gary D. Ferrier and Kristiaan Kerstens. OAI identifier: Provided by: Research Papers in Economics. The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology A comparison using U.S.

banking data By B. De Borger, G. Ferrier, K. Kerstens and Loughborough Univ. of Technology (United Kingdom). based on the Free Disposal Hull methods pioneered by Tulkens and his co-authors. JEL Classification: C43, D24, E23 Key Words: Productivity indexes, Free Disposal Hulls, technical efficiency, technical progress, returns to scale, nonparametric approaches to production theory, distance functions.

A non-parametric Free Disposal Hull (FDH) approach to technical efficiency: an illustration of radial and graph efficiency measures and some sensitivity results. A more recent representation of technology is the free coordination hull (FCH) technology (Green and Cook, ): Because we want to measure the potential gain from the reapportionment of.

This paper presents the findings of a best practices analysis of over 20 Technical Reference Manuals (TRMs) currently in use across the United States.1 TRMs are a commonly used tool for compiling deemed energy efficiency measure values that are used in planning, reporting, cost effectiveness analysis, and evaluation.

First, we argue that radial efficiency measures are inappropriate for the Free Disposal Hull (FDH) technology, and we provide a comparative analysis of alternative nonradial by:   We investigate the basic monotonicity properties of least-distance (in)efficiency measures on the class of non-convex FDH (free disposable hull) technologies.

We show that any known FDH least-distance measure violates strong monotonicity over the strongly (Pareto-Koopmans) efficient frontier. Taking this result into account, we develop a new class of FDH least-distance measures Cited by: The purpose of this paper is to investigate the sensitivity of a recently proposed non-parametric approach to technical efficiency measurement.

Using a data set of Belgian municipalities, we analyze the sensitivity of the Free Disposal Hull (FDH) approach with respect to the number of input and output dimensions and with respect to sample size, and we consider the impact of outliers on efficiency scores.

A NON-PARAMETRIC FREE DISPOSAL HULL (FDH) APPROACH the computation of efficiency measures on the FDH. We conclude this section with a review of the advantages and shortcomings of the FDH production technology. The FDH reference technology Let y = y(yi,y2v.,yn) be the n non-negative outputs produced by using various combi­.

Efficiency Dominance-Free Disposal Hull Figure 1: FDH Portrayal and therefore be inefficient. This same value of 4>* = 3- is used to obtain 3-(2,2) = (3,3), the coordinates of P'. This projection to P' therefore results in a point which is on the Free Disposal Hull.

However, the slack value of S: = 4 - 3 = 1 is unaccounted for in thisFile Size: 1MB. Keywords: st, Free Disposal Hull(FDH), e ciency, production possibility set, convexity, free disposability.

1 Introduction to FDH model Free Disposal Hull(FDH) model is a non-parametric method to measure the e ciency of production units or Decision Making Units in other words. The choice of a technical efficiency measure on the free disposal hull reference technology: A comparison using US banking data B De Borger, GD Ferrier, K Kerstens European Journal of Operational Research (3), Analysis (DEA) or Free Disposal Hull (FDH).

These methods originate from operations research and use linear programming to calculate an efficient deterministic frontier against which units are compared. • Parametric methods, like Stochastic Frontier Analysis (SFA), Thick Frontier Approach (TFA) and Distribution Free Approach (DFA).File Size: 88KB.

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Choonjoo Lee. An efficiency measure that ignores the impact of scale-size by comparing a DMU only to other units of similar scale. Technical efficiency is computed using the BCC model. Overall efficiency is sometimes referred to as technical efficiency as closely follows the concept of technical efficiency developed by Farrell (), which technical efficiency as defined here.

measurement of intensity and e ectiveness in a supply chain; we use to evaluate, tools such as Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and Free Disposal Hull (FDH).

And, also identi es the benchmarking units for ine cient supply chains to improve their performance using the non-convex DEA model and FDH model.

2. The DEA FDH formulationAuthor: Somayeh Mamizadeh-Chatghayeh, Masoud Sanei.Technical Efficiency vs Allocative Efficiency Technical efficiency is the basic productive capacity of an organization or economy.

Allocation efficiency is a strategy that uses that capacity efficiently. For example, an organization that can produce pencils per hour isn't efficient if those pencils are produced in a color that no customers want.Hull and propeller efficiency monitoring is quite a serious issue, since hull and propeller condition do have a major influence on your fuel consumption.

The main subject of this presentation is the flow meters, the torque sensors and our state of the art thrust and torque sensor, which allow you to monitor hull and propeller fouling.