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A context-oriented approach for decision support

Author: Angehrn, Albert A. INSEAD Area: Technology and Operations ManagementIn: Visualization in human-computer interaction, lecture notes in computer science, Vol 439, by P. Gorny and M. J.Tauber, 1990 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 137-148.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask us for this itemAbstract: The paper addresses how to design a DSS-generator, so that the effort of building a specific DSS is small while the user-interface reflects the individual semantic structuring of the scope of actions. A conceptual answer is proposed. Through the a priori specification of a context underlying a DSS-generator, a mental frame is defined for confining the problem-domain; integrating harmoniously the various components of a DSS-generator; defining, representing and manipulating objects, relations and operations compatible to the user's mental processes, and hence, facilitating the design of specific DSS reflecting the individual scope of actions
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The paper addresses how to design a DSS-generator, so that the effort of building a specific DSS is small while the user-interface reflects the individual semantic structuring of the scope of actions. A conceptual answer is proposed. Through the a priori specification of a context underlying a DSS-generator, a mental frame is defined for confining the problem-domain; integrating harmoniously the various components of a DSS-generator; defining, representing and manipulating objects, relations and operations compatible to the user's mental processes, and hence, facilitating the design of specific DSS reflecting the individual scope of actions

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