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Modeling by example: a link between users, models and methods in DSS

Author: Angehrn, Albert A. INSEAD Area: Technology and Operations ManagementIn: European Journal of Operational Research, vol. 55, no. 3, December 1991 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 296-308.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask the Library for this articleAbstract: The integration of complex problem-solving techniques into human decision-making processes is a difficult task due to the formal, structural know-how necessary for the correct application of these analytical methods. Modelling by example (MbE) - a methodology based on interpretative computer intelligence - overcomes this hurdle by permitting decision-makers to access the knowledge stored in decision support systems (DSS) via a dynamic exchange of examples. This paper discusses and illustrates the two basic components underlying the realization of MbE, i.e. (i) the design of interactive modelling environments allowing individual problem structuring and exploration, and (ii) the development of a knowledge-based system component supporting and stimulating decision-makers to identify and apply the problem-solving techniques made available by the DSS
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The integration of complex problem-solving techniques into human decision-making processes is a difficult task due to the formal, structural know-how necessary for the correct application of these analytical methods. Modelling by example (MbE) - a methodology based on interpretative computer intelligence - overcomes this hurdle by permitting decision-makers to access the knowledge stored in decision support systems (DSS) via a dynamic exchange of examples. This paper discusses and illustrates the two basic components underlying the realization of MbE, i.e. (i) the design of interactive modelling environments allowing individual problem structuring and exploration, and (ii) the development of a knowledge-based system component supporting and stimulating decision-makers to identify and apply the problem-solving techniques made available by the DSS

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