Multiple Criteria Decision Support Systems: The Powerful Tool for Attacking Complex, Unstructured Decisions
The purpose of this research is to introduce the basic concept of multiple-criteria decision support systems (MCDSS) and to provide a general framework for building an effective MCDSS, a powerful tool for managing complex, unstructured decisions. Although various techniques for multiple-criteria decision making (MCDM) have been developed, this paper investigates the functions and properties of goal programming model-based MCDSS, the role of decision makers and MCDM models in the decision-making process, and the dynamic interaction between the model and the decision maker. The potential benefits of the MCDSS are also explained
||Multiple Criteria Decision Support Systems: The Powerful Tool for Attacking Complex, Unstructured Decisions
Systems Practice (1990)
Vol. 3, No. 1
||Lee, Sang M; Eom, H.