Eight key issues for the decision support systems discipline

  title={Eight key issues for the decision support systems discipline},
  author={David Arnott and Graham Pervan},
  journal={Decision Support Systems},
This paper integrates a number of strands of a long-term project that is critically analysing the academic field of decision support systems (DSS). The project is based on the content analysis of 1093 DSS articles published in 14 major journals from 1990 to 2004. An examination of the findings of each part of the project yields eight key issues that the DSS field should address for it to continue to play an important part in information systems scholarship. These eight issues are: the relevance… CONTINUE READING
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