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Decision Support Systems
- Decision Support Systems
Links to decision support systems area and related deciplines.
- Group Decision Support System Resources.
This site includes the introduction and environment overview of the group decision support system. Some interesting links and projects about the group decision support systems are also covered in this page.
- IS World Decision Support Systems Research.
This page is intended to provide a useful starting point for accessing WWW-based material related to the design, development, evaluation, and implementation of decision support systems.
- Decision Information Systems.
This online research paper introduces the GRS methods and its application in the decision and negotiation support systems.
- IIASA Publications Catalog: MDA Project.
The online working paper series focused on the methodology of decision analysis.
Table of contents of the European Journal of Operational Research.
- UBC MIS Articles.
The UBC MIS articles are a list of articles from the MIS Division from the Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration at UBC.
- DSS-Related Sites
Links to online resources that maily focus on decision support systems, expert systems, artificial intelligence and knowledge management.
- Decision analysis and decision support systems
Details about a research on theoretical development of new decision support techniques and the practical implementation of decision support tools.
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- ADR Resources
The ADR Resources site contains on-line materials and mediation essays for alternative dispute resolution and mediation.
"CAMARA - A Journal of Law" is a journal which dedicated to investigate and express the different topics of law, especially alternative dispute resolution. This page contains the publication information of the journal and online essays.
- Mediating Disputes On the Internet
This working paper discusses about the type of disputes that best suite on-line mediation, the nature of these disputes, how mediation generally applies to these disputes and the advantages and disadvantages of conducting on-line versus face-to-face mediation to these disputes.
- Electronic Dispute Resolution
This paper explores the possibilities for alternative dispute resolution techniques conducted through new computer network technologies based on the Internet's open, distributed architecture.
- Anatomy of a Construction Mediation
A non-traditional construction mediation resulted due to little experience of subject matter by the contentious parties is described in this page.
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Computer Supported Cooperative Work