Aiding the Human Decisionmaker through the Knowledge-Based Sciences.
Final rept. Oct 82-Jul 86,
GEORGE MASON UNIV FAIRFAX VA SCHOOL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING
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This article presents the central ideas as they are seen by the authors which were discussed during a decisionmaking and knowledge-based sciences workshop held in Northern Virginia in 1985. The workshop explored research issues, and also addressed an agenda designed to take advantage of a multi-disciplinary approach. Research having a potentially high payoff in the areas of knowledge-based support of human information processing, judgement, and choice is described. This article also serves as the conferences final report.