Measurement of DEA-Based ICT Development Efficiency Level with Modified CCR Method

  • Defri Muhammad Chan Universitas Sumatera Utara, Indonesia
  • Herman Mawengkang Universitas Sumatra Utara, Indonesia
  • Sawaluddin Nasution Universitas Sumatra Utara, Indonesia
Keywords: DEA-CCR Multiplier Model, DEA-CCR Envelopment Model, Efficiency Level, Model


Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) is the use of non-parametric mathematical programming that is useful for measuring the efficiency of the Decision Making Unit (DMU) of an organization. This study uses the Cooper and Rhodes (CCR) method known as the DEA-CCR multiplier which aims to determine the weight value of each input and output variable of the DMU being evaluated, but it is not sufficient to measure efficiency optimization. To get an efficient value of the weight value of each DMU as a reference to get updated DMU input and output values. So that the DMU efficiency value is obtained which is evaluated. The results of this study show how to modify the Multiplier Model-CCR into the Envelopment Model-CCR. Then displays the efficient level DMU which is evaluated as a result of the weight each DMU gets from the results of processing the LINDO application. Illustrations of changes in input variables and output variables are displayed in the form of tables and figures before and after the changes. The modified DEA-CCR model can also complete DMU super efficiency, effectiveness and productivity.



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How to Cite
D. Chan, H. Mawengkang, and S. Nasution, “Measurement of DEA-Based ICT Development Efficiency Level with Modified CCR Method”, Jurnal Varian, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 97 - 104, Nov. 2022.