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The applications of fuzzy analysis in data-oriented techniques are the challenging aspect in the field of applied operational research. The use of fuzzy set theoretic measure is explored here in the context of data envelopment analysis (DEA) where we are utilizing the fuzzy ?-level approach in the three types of efficiency models. Namely, BCC models, SBM model and supper efficiency model in DEA. It was observed from the result that the fuzzy SBM model has good discrimination power over fuzzy BCC. On the other side, both the models fuzzy BCC and fuzzy SBM are not able to make the genuine ranking which is acceptable for all. So this weakness is overcome with the help of fuzzy super SBM model and all three models are applied to illustrate the types of decisions and solutions that are achievable when the data are vague and prior information is in imprecise.
In this paper, we are considering that our inputs and outputs are not known with absolute precision in DEA and here, we using Fuzzy-DEA models based on an ?-level fuzzy approach to assessing fuzzy data.
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