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Linking and Organizing Decision Information Object-oriented Promote Using Different DSS Technologies

Conference paper
Authors Faramarz Agahi
Published in DSS 2.0 – Supporting Decision Making With New Technologies
Volume 261
Pages 120-131
ISBN 978-1-61499-398-8
ISSN 0922-6389
Publication year 2014
Published at Department of Applied Information Technology (GU)
Pages 120-131
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-399-...
Keywords Organizing decision information, business intelligence, metadata, decision support, case study
Subject categories Human Aspects of ICT, Information Systems, Social aspects

Abstract

The focus in current decision management systems is on supporting selected decisions and transactional processes, rather than including decisions and information resulting from decisions and action processes over time. Thus, specific information is tailored to use specific DSS technology. The purpose of this research was to understand how decision information is organized in a complex, decision-rich organization. Documentation and archival records are the basis of this case study. An object-oriented framework with five key elements for linking decisions and information is introduced: issue, based-on, decision, agents, and consequence. It is suggested that an overall object-oriented approach would contribute to clarifying the decision context, the relationship to other decisions, and defining the roles and responsibilities of the decision and action team. Thus, the framework as a platfonn facilitates using different DSS technologies.

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