Outcomes of mathematical analysis of decision making units are explored to find solutions that make real-world sense. In particular, tradeoffs are made between variables (both input and output variables) while maintaining a common-sense outlook on which adjustments might be feasible.
linear programming, decision making, quadratic programming, efficiency analysis, managerial performance goals, DEA
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Camm, Jeffrey D. and Downs, Brian T., "A Mathematical Programming Method for Generating Alternative Managerial Performance Goals After Data Envelopment Analysis" (1993). Historical Working Papers. 160.