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One of the drawbacks of the data envelopment analysis (DEA) is the problem of lack of discrimination among efficient decision making units (DMUs) and hence yielding many numbers of DMUs as efficient. The main purpose of this study is to overcome this inability. In the case in which the minimization of the coefficient of variation (CV) for input–output(More)
The Parallel Ocean Program (POP) is used in many strongly eddying ocean circulation simulations. Ideally it would be desirable to be able to do thousand-yearlong simulations, but the current performance of POP prohibits these types of simulations. In this work, using a new distributed computing approach, two methods to improve the performance of POP are(More)