Decision Making and Decision Support Systems

Effective decision-making is an complex process that needs to be nurtured in time. Effective decision has positive effects on all the departments, and equal damage is caused by an ineffective decision. Hence, decision makers face many situations wherein it is quite tough to make a decision. A careful study of various challenges faced will lead to take effective and better decisions in future.

Typical barriers faced by decision makers among others are: lack of reliable data, too many options, information overload, inadequate support, right integration of data-driven processes vs. expert-driven ones, misidentification of the problem, etc. Therefore, our research will be focused on developing novel models, methods together frameworks, and software tools that allow us to overcome the previous barriers and the new ones that will rise due to the information technology development. In addition, in this way to facilitate and support the effective decision making at all different levels in the companies and organization that face to complex decision making problems.

Contact: Luis Martínez López

Related Researchers:

Letra:

  Name Email Area Cat.
Cobo Martín, Manuel Jesús manueljesus.cobo2FzMPtP@uca.es DaSCI Technology Applications Area PhD
García Cabrera, Lina Guadalupe lina@ujaTH4.Zxw5JAXen.es Computational Intelligence Area PhD
Mata Mata, Francisco fmata@zKOntMujaen.es DaSCI Technology Applications Area PhD
Montes Soldado, Rosana rosana@ugr.@qpryrrupSes Computational Intelligence Area, DaSCI Technology Applications Area PhD
Morente Molinera, Juan Antonio jamoren@QJiaqZQHugr.es DaSCI Technology Applications Area PhD - Juan de la Cierva
Palomares Carrascosa, Iván ivanpcL.wQxqmQ@ugr.es Data Science and Big Data Area, DaSCI Technology Applications Area PhD
Pérez Gálvez, Ignacio Javier ignaciojavier.perez@lLunA14tuca.es Computational Intelligence Area PhD
Sánchez López, Ana María amlopezguGTRXSUgtrb@ugr.es Data Science and Big Data Area PhD
Sánchez Sánchez, Pedro José pedroj@ujnVhWxH6aen.es Computational Intelligence Area PhD
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