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The resource allocation problem has a great practical applied value. The difficulty of this problem is: how to evaluate the departments involved in the allocation, and how to determine their allocation weights. Recently, using DEA models to solve this problem has become a new research area. That is because DEA is a synthetic method measuring the relative efficiency of homogeneous production departments (referred to as decision making units, DMU) (see ). Moreover, the inputs and outputs weights vector obtained by DEA models is the Pareto solution for multiobjective programming, and it satisfies the Nash equilibrium condition as well(see ). In paper  and , they clearly define the extra resource allocation problem, and propose that the decision maker should take into account both the efficiency and the scale. Subsequently, paper  and  suggest the decision maker should consider the returns-to-scale also when dealing with this problem. Returns-to-scale (RTS) is a concept in economics, which reflects the potential production capacity when inputs are increased (see ).