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Mathematical Engineering
1. Risk Assessment of Investments with Fuzzy Efficiency Indicators for Oil and Gas Production Industry

Ali Zebardast; Kiumars Shahbazi; Amir Amini

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Spring 2016, Pages 1-7

Abstract
  In the process of investment decision making, next to financial indicators many other aspects of investment projects are increasingly often considered. This leads to the multi-criteria evaluation of a project. The advantage of multi-criteria methods is the ability to take into account all (not only financial) ...  Read More

Data Envelopment Analysis
2. Ranking efficient DMUs using the variation coefficient of weights in DEA

Mojtaba Ziari; Shokrollah Ziari

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Spring 2016, Pages 9-16

Abstract
  One of the difficulties of Data Envelopment Analysis(DEA) is the problem of de_ciency discrimination among efficient Decision Making Units(DMUs) and hence, yielding large number of DMUs as efficient ones. The main purpose of this paper is to overcome this inability. One of the methods for ranking efficient ...  Read More

Meta-heurestics
3. Optimal Scheduled Unit Commitment Considering Wind Uncertainty Using Cuckoo Search Algorithm

Saniya Maghsudlu; sirus mohammadi

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Spring 2016, Pages 17-27

Abstract
  In this paper, a new method to review the role of wind units as an energy-producer in the scheduling problem of unit commitment is presented. Today, renewable energy sources due to lack of environmental pollution, absence of dependence on fossil fuels, and consequently a very low marginal cost, have ...  Read More

Strategic Management
4. Evaluation of performance of Indian Banks by using CAMEL AND G R A Techniques.

hari krishna Tata

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Spring 2016, Pages 29-36

Abstract
  In the paper an attempt was made to study the performance of Indian Banks with the help of CAMEL(C-Capital Adequacy, A- Asset Quality, M- Management Quality, E-Earnings, L-Liquidity i.e. CAMEL) rating system, over the period of five years from (2011 to 2015) and then evaluated out the efficiency of banks ...  Read More

Strategic Management
5. A DEA-TOPSIS APROACH TO ANALYZE THE FINANCIAL EFFICIENCY OF INDIAN PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS

hari Tata; vijaya nimmagadda

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Spring 2016, Pages 37-45

Abstract
  In This paper a hybrid DEA method consisting of four phases for assigning the financial efficiency of commercial banks in India is used. This paper is based on panel data of banks for the period from 2011 to 2015. The DEA analysis based on hybrid method of DEA AND TOPSIS is used for ranking efficient ...  Read More

Operation Research
6. An analysis of factors affecting on customers’ adoption of internet-banking services using the graph theory

Ali Sharifi; Mahdi Homayounfar

Volume 8, Issue 1 , Spring 2016, Pages 47-58

Abstract
  The rapid development of Internet and electronic businesses have stimulated the banking sector towards encouraging customers to internet banking (IB), However, the evidence indicates a lack of interest in the use of IB services. Therefore, this paper aims to identify affecting factors on customer adoption ...  Read More