Decision Support Systems


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Decision Support Systems

(application, tool)
(DSS) Software tools to help with decision support.
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This is in contrast to Chapters 18 ("Responses to Seasonal Grazing Plans") and 31 ("Decision Support Systems") wherein 47 of 72 and 27 of 30 citations, respectively, have been published since 1980.
Group Decision Support Systems are rapidly gaining acceptance as an effective tool for increasing the productivity of meetings.
(CDM) is developing a state-of-the-art computer database, mapping, and decision support system which, when completed in 1996, will be among the most ambitious and comprehensive municipal infrastructure management systems in the country.
TMSS is an integrated system of decision support systems (DSS), expert systems (ES), and executive information systems (EIS), TMSS supports the operational, tactical, and strategic decision making process of MNCS in an attempt to integrate organizational decision making across functional fields, planning horizons (long-, medium-, and short-range) and national boundaries.
A Group Decision Support System (GDSS) is a computer-based system (typically implemented on a local area network) that supports collaborative group work.
Clinical Decision Support Systems market worldwide is projected to grow by US$1.2 Million, guided by a compounded growth of 11.9%.
Therefore, (Misdolea,2010) argues that decision support systems are the fruits of cognitive and technological development during the 1970s, and then developed during the 1980s.
This work constructs a framework of a decision support system which includes fleet investment decision model and cost-benefit analysis model within a multi-criteria decision analysis module.
Decision support systems have been used and implemented successfully in a wide range of different areas, such as industry (Bakhrankova, 2010), lumber (Acosta & Corral, 2017), government (Peignot et al.
Most of the reviewed decision support systems applications in human resource management are yet to take into consideration the risk associated with poor human resource deployment, an important aspect of human resource management that requires a critical approach in decision making.
Explaining how to develop and evaluate decision support systems based on web data mining, computer scientists cover developing decision support systems, developing web mining systems, developing efficient knowledge-based systems, developing social-media-based mining systems, and developing data and text mining systems.
Abstract: Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) are used as a service software which provides huge support to clinical decision making process where the main properties of a patient are matched to a tangible clinical knowledge.

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