The Analysis of Decision-Making Systems
Part of the Advances in Simulation book series (ADVS.SIMULATION, volume 1)
The decision-making system of an organization is understood as the totality of decisions, of decision-points, of decision-makers/abbreviated by DM in the following/ and relationships among them.
KeywordsDecision Problem Decision Function Decision Strategy Decision Space Decision Situation
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