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    Title: Selection of Guided Surgery Dental Implant Systems Using Network Data Envelopment Analysis
    Authors: Chen, I-Fei;Wang, Chien-Chih;Chen, Shui-Lien;Kao, Yu-Chin
    Keywords: Frontier projection;two-stage DEA;supplier;selection;dental implant system
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2020-02-15 12:10:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: All dental implant system suppliers typically claim the
    advantages and superiority of their product’s specific
    attributes and functions. However, as assessment criteria are often inconsistent and conflicting, clinical dentists find it difficult to choose the most appropriate dental implant system.
    The present study used two-stage data envelopment analysis to measure the overall efficiency of individual dental implant systems and the relative efficiency of each phase of the selection process. The results of the present study can not only provide decision-making information for users, such as medical organizations, dentists, and patients, but may also inform guidelines for system producers to improve dental implant
    Relation: International Journal of Management, Economics and Social Sciences 7(1), p.85-108
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Management Sciences] Journal Article

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