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Decision Support By Learning-On-Demand

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Decision Support By Learning-On-Demand
Abstract. Decision-support systems provide a large functionality supporting the decision making process. They allow to draw conclusions from data provided by users. In order to be applied they require however that the user is knowledgeable and knows how to interpret and apply the solutions provided. Often people need, however, an additional insight into the foundation of decision support systems. The Data Mining Tutor (DaMiT) has been developed in order to overcome this problem. The learning process is based on data provided by DaMiT and data provided by users. User learn with the DaMiT system what kind of decisions can be made, what kind of conclusions might be drawn, and what kind of decisions should not be drawn due to the data quality.
Klaus P. Jantke, Martin Memmel, Oleg Rostanin, Ber
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where CAISE
Authors Klaus P. Jantke, Martin Memmel, Oleg Rostanin, Bernhard Thalheim, Bernd Tschiedel
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