Evaluation of Car Performances Using Data Envelopment Analysis

Yunus GÜRAL, Ayşe Turan BUĞATEKİN, H.M. Baskonus, Z. Hammouch, S. Agoujil, A. Atangana, C. Cattani, H. Bulut, T. Mekkaoui
2018 ITM Web of Conferences  
Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is a nonparametric method used to examine the relative efficiencies of Decision Making Units (DMUs) on conditions where there are multiple inputs and multiple outputs. As in all sectors, it is very important for the automotive sector to operate effectively. Therefore, it is also important to measure the efficiency and find the source of the inefficiency. In this study, the performances of the DMU of the automobiles will examine using Data Envelopment Analysis. In
more » ... opment Analysis. In this direction, it is aimed to assist consumers in purchasing by calculating the relative efficiencies of automobile models, determining effective and ineffective DMUs according to the wishes of the consumers. Sales price and fuel consumption are determined as input variables; maximum speed, cylinder volume, horsepower, maximum torque, luggage volume, acceleration time from 0 to 100 km are determined as output variables.
doi:10.1051/itmconf/20182201051 fatcat:idtm2njo5vcrlm4rcddobpvppa