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One of the weak points of DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis) models indicated in literature [1,2] is their sensitivity to variable measurement errors. The occurrence of data interference, which is the basis of the productivity analysis, may distort the classification of the units and may cause misjudgement of their effectiveness. In the article the results of(More)
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