The ability to calculate a formula backward to obtain a desired input. For example, given the goal gross margin = 50% and the range of possible inputs, goal seeking attempts to obtain the optimum input.
The profile produces six scores titled Purpose (PU), Coherence (CO), Choice/Responsibility (CR), Death Acceptance (DA), Existential Vacuum (EV), and Goal Seeking (GS) and two composite scores entitled Personal Meaning Index (PMI) and Existential Transcendence (ET).
The application uses creative techniques for goal seeking on those attributes that are important to the customer, such as color, price point, size, brands, or the square footage required for compelling product presentation.
Goal seeking functions are realized through the backward inference mechanism, enabling the neural expert system to show the appropriate inputs (or conditions) to guarantee the desired level of outputs.
Enhanced goal seeking, stochastic pricing and principles-based approaches to valuation are just a few examples of how TAS-MoSes will help our clients meet the challenges posed by increasing demands for sophisticated financial modeling.