Research on Models of Decision-making Problem Recognition

@inproceedings{Yu2007ResearchOM,
  title={Research on Models of Decision-making Problem Recognition},
  author={Chang-rui Yu},
  year={2007}
}
Firstly, this paper introduces the concept of problem identification that is an early stage of decisionmaking process. The paper proposes that, as a subjective process, problem identification is mainly influenced by people’s cognition capability. Actually, the identification process is an evaluation process whose final aim is to evaluate the gap between the reality and the expected condition. Then, according to this feature, the paper establishes a gray incidence degree model and a satisfaction… CONTINUE READING

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