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Chen, L. - H., & Lu, H. - W. (2008). Responses and comments to ’A comment on ’An extended assignment problem considering multiple inputs and outputs”. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 32(11), 2463–2466.
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Chen, L. - H., & Lu, H. - W. (2007). An extended assignment problem considering multiple inputs and outputs. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 31(10), 2239–2248.
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Emrouznejad, A., & Amin, G. R. (2009). DEA models for ratio data: Convexity consideration. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 33(1), 486–498.
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Farahani, R. Z., Seifi, M. S., & Asgari, N. (2010). Multiple criteria facility location problems: A survey. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 34(7), 1689–1709.
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Foroughi, A. A., & Jafari, Y. (2009). A modified method for constructing efficient solutions structure of MOLP. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 33(5), 2403–2410.
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Giokas, D. I., & Pentzaropoulos, G. C. (1995). Evaluating the relative operational efficiency of large-scale computer networks: An approach via data envelopment analysis. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 19(6), 363–370.
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Gutiérrez, E., & Lozano, S. (2010). Data Envelopment Analysis of multiple response experiments. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 34(5), 1139–1148.
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Hatefi, S. M., & Jolai, F. (2010). A new model for classifying inputs and outputs and evaluating the performance of DMUs based on translog output distance function. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 34(6), 1439–1449.
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Jahanshahloo, G. R., & Afzalinejad, M. (2008). A comment on ’An extended assignment problem considering multiple inputs and outputs’. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 32(11), 2459–2462.
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Jahanshahloo, G. R., & Afzalinejad, M. (2006). A ranking method based on a full-inefficient frontier. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 30(3), 248–260.
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