Computes efficiency scores for the given DMUs (alternatives) using SMAA-D method and A Data Envelopment Analysis Model with hierarchical structure of outputs. For given number of buckets and samples, returns a matrix with alternatives in each row and buckets representing efficiency intervals in each column. Single cell indicates how many samples gave efficiency scores of respective alternative in respective bucket.
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A list of alternatives (DMUs).
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Information about inputs and outpus (leaf criteria) scales (preference directions) and optionally about boundaries[...]
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A list of alternatives (DMUs) performances (on leaf hierarchy criteria). [...]
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A list of hierarchy criteria linear constraints. [...]
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Represents method parameters.
"number of samples" represents the number of samples to generate;
"number of buckets" represents the number of buckets which efficiency scores will be assigned to;
"hierarchy node" is the ID of the hierarchy criterion for which the analysis should be performed;
"transformToUtilities" means if data should be tranformed into values from range [0-1];
"boundariesProvided" means if inputsOutputs file contains information about min and max data for each factor.
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10roottruefalseThe value should be a non-negative integer or -1 if no constant seed required.
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