David C. C. Ong

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At the core of most decision making mechanisms is some sort of intelligent logical reasoning strategy. Therefore, the accuracy and precision of decision making depends on the applied logic and learning processes. This paper tries to address these issues by formulating a tolerance to imprecision view which can be used in the proposed decision making(More)
Most intelligent systems have some form of decision making mechanisms built into their organisations. These normally include a logical reasoning element into their design. This paper reviews and compares the different logical reasoning strategies, and tries to address the accuracy and precision of decision making by formulating a tolerance to imprecision(More)
The continuous decentralisation and distribution of software, hardware, and human resources depends on a number of fundamental factors including the ability to provide desired Quality of Service (QoS) on resources assembled dynamically from enterprises, service providers and customer systems. Despite recent developments there are still many challenges in(More)
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