Posted by: Robert Davis
Compliance Management, Control System, Decision Support Systems, Decision Techniques, DSS, Game Theory, Information System, Linear Programming, Operations Research, Word Processing Software
DSS models are abstractions that operate as substitutes for actual circumstances under evaluation. A model-driven DSS emphasizes access to and manipulation of statistical, financial, optimization, or simulation archetypes. Consequently, a model-driven DSS utilizes datum and parameters provided by users to assist decision makers in analyzing a situation; however, they are not necessarily data-intensive. Compliance DSS model construction includes: making a large number of assumptions about the nature of the environment in which the entity’s programs, systems, processes, activities and/or tasks operate; the operating characteristics of components; and about the way animate and/or inanimate objects are likely to behave. Managerial application is established through knowing when the model matches the set of objectives and attributes requiring analytical consideration.
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