A new trend for knowledge-based decision support systems design

  title={A new trend for knowledge-based decision support systems design},
  author={Pascale Zarat{\'e} and Shaofeng Liu},
  journal={Int. J. Inf. Decis. Sci.},
Knowledge-based decision support systems (KBDSS) have evolved greatly over the last few decades. The key technologies underpinning the development of KBDSS can be classified into three categories: technologies for knowledge modelling and representation, technologies for reasoning and inference and web-based technologies. In the meantime, service systems have emerged and become increasingly important to value adding activities in the current knowledge economy. This paper provides a review on the… 

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