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This is the home page for information about DSS. Decision Support Systems (DSS) are interactive computer-based systems intended to help managers/decision makers identify, structure, and/or solve semi-structured and unstructured problems and make choices among alternatives. DSS help managers/decision makers use and manipulate data; apply checklists and heuristics; and build and use mathematical models. This site is maintained by D. J. Power.
Any feedback will be appreciated.
The overall site should be cited as:
Power, D.J. DSS Research Resources. World Wide Web, http://dss.cba.uni.edu/DSShome.html, 1997.
Thanks to the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa. Also, the following students have contributed to this site: Jon Harms, Chad Bruggemann.
Initially published on the WWW October 2, 1995. Last updated by Daniel Power, April 12, 1997.
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