000 01355 a2200205 4500
008 140323b1991 xxu||||| |||| 00| 0 eng d
020 _a9780471919681
082 _a658.403
100 _aSilver, Mark S.
_9179657
245 _aSystems that support decision makers: description and analysis
260 _aChichester
_bJohn Wiley & Sons
_c1991
_9179658
300 _axvii, 254 p.
365 _bUSD 235.00
440 _aJohn Wiley information systems series
_961670
520 _aConcerns computer-based information systems that can affect the decision making behavior of their users. It tells the reader how to describe these systems and how to differentiate one from the other. Its main features are: a broad definition of Decision Support Systems (DSS), a process view of decision making, which leads to viewing DSS as interventions into the processes through which decisions are made, and a descriptive rather than a prescriptive approach. - www.powells.com
650 _aDecision support systems
_956316
942 _cBK
952 _w2010-04-19
_A235.00
_BUSD
_C01/12/2009
_DHimanshu Book Co.
_E290334
_F21/10/2009
_G100812
_H27/11/2009
_IFirm Order
_J11562.00
_K20.00%
_L0.00
_MProf. Rajanish Dass
_N09.09.09
_p168987
_r2010-04-19
_40
_00
_bVSL
_10
_o658.403 S4S9
_d2010-04-18
_70
_2ddc
_yBK
_aVSL
999 _c163549
_d163549