Decision support systems for semi-structured buying decisions
Jacquet-Lagreze, Eric; Shakun, Melvin (1984), Decision support systems for semi-structured buying decisions, European Journal of Operational Research, 16, 1, p. 48-58. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0377-2217(84)90313-8
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Journal nameEuropean Journal of Operational Research
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Abstract (EN)Using recent research on evolutionary systems design and on the process of learning preferences in multicriteria decision making, a Decision Support System (DSS) is proposed for semi-structured buying decisions. The general decision process model involves four phases and feedbacks among them: 1. (1) Selecting criteria and an admissible set of alternatives products. 2. (2) Searching for consistency between the decision maker's wholistic preference and an analytical model of it. 3. (3) Assesing a compromise preference model. 4. (4) Evaluating the alternative products using the compromise preference model. An illustrative example (purchasing a car) is presented. We conclude with some brief remarks on implementation of the DSS on microcomputers and extension to the case of several decision makers.
Subjects / KeywordsDecision Support System; multicriteria decision making
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