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A Knowledge Based Interactive Procedure for Planning and Decision Support under Uncertainty and Parameter Imprecision,
VIRGINIA UNIV CHARLOTTESVILLE DEPT OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND SYSTEMS
This article summarizes key features of an interactive planning and decision support process for multiple criteria alternative selection situations. Probabilities, utility scores for the lowest level attributes, and attribute tradeoff weights, i.e., the parameters, can be imprecisely described by set inclusion. Within a specified structural model of the decision situation, the process allows the decisionmaker to iteratively select the mix of parameter value precision and alternative ranking specificity. By selecting this mix, the decisionmaker is able to direct and alternative selection process in an interactive manner, using alternative selection strategies based on behaviorally meaningful dominance search strategies. Emphasis is placed on the motivation of the research and the behavioral relevance of the support process. Author
This article is from 'Proceedings of the MIT/ONR (Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Office of Naval Research) Workshop on C3 (Command, Control, and Communications) Systems (6th) Held at Cambridge, Massachusetts on 25-29 July 1983,' AD-A138 614, p109-116.