A survey of decision support system applications (1995-2001)

  • Eom S
  • Kim E
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Abstract

To extend a previous survey of specific decision support system (DSS) applications over the period (January 1971-April 1988), we have conducted a follow-up survey of DSS applications published between May 1988 and December 1994. Two hundred seventy-one published applications are identified. This survey reveals that there appear to be more creative applications of optimisation and suggestion model-based DSS than simulation-based applications. This is evidenced by a proportional increase of optimisation and suggestion models and a decrease of representation models. Moreover, group decision support systems, executive support systems, and knowledge-based systems applications are becoming more prevalent in many organisations. Although management science (MS)/operational research (OR) models continue to play critical roles, there is a clear observable trend in the DSS model area that three non-MS/OR tools are emerging as powerful DSS tools: graphics, artificial intelligence, and visual interactive modeling.

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  • Applications
  • Decision support systems
  • Survey

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  • E. Kim

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