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by Lisa Bievenue,John Long,Stuart S. Nagel

ePub Teach Yourself Decision-Aiding Software download
Author:
Lisa Bievenue,John Long,Stuart S. Nagel
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978-0819187383
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0819187380
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UPA (August 28, 1992)
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Stuart S. Nagel, Lisa Bievenue, John Long. This book is designed to help people improve their decision-making skills by learning decision-aiding software.

Stuart S. The learning process can be greatly facilitated through the self-teaching features of this book. The book presupposes no prior knowledge of computers, software, or decision analysis. It begins at an introductory level describing data input, tentative analysis, and what-if analysis.

Teach Yourself Decision-Aiding Software then proceeds to an intermediate level where the software is used to overcome obstacles to systematic decision-making such as multiple dimensions on multiple goals.

Teach Yourself Decision-Aiding Software then proceeds to an intermediate level where the software is used to overcome obstacles to systematic decision-making such as multiple dimensions on multiple goals, multiple missing information, multiple alternatives that are too many to determine the effects of each one. The book then proceeds to an advanced level where the software is concerned with prediction, explanation, and causal analysis, rather than prescription, evaluation, and normative analysis. It also deals with special conditions of decision-making

The "essence of the book" is to clarify what is involved in using decision-aiding software in evaluative decision-making at a non-technical level.

The "essence of the book" is to clarify what is involved in using decision-aiding software in evaluative decision-making at a non-technical level. The book is divided into "four main parts". A "general" introduction to decision-aiding software.

Teach Yourself Decision-Aiding Software. Stuart S. Nagel, Lisa Bievenue. From the Publisher: This book is designed to help people improve their decision-making skills by learning decision-aiding software. The learning process can be greatly facilitated through th. More). Nagel (August 29, 1934 – November 18, 2001) was an American academic. A Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, he is notable for having coined the terms "super-optimizing" and "win-win analysis" and advancing the boundaries of policy studies. Born in West Rogers Park, a neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, Nagel attended Senn High School and Central YMCA High School in Chicago.

The aim of this book is to clarify what is involved in using decision-aiding software in evaluative decision-making at a non-technical level. Skills, Obstacles and Applications. price for USA in USD (gross). Topics covered include the skills that software enhances, the obstacles that it helps overcome, and the applications to diverse fields.

Applications in Decision-aiding Software. eBook 56,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

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long and informative discussion of t models, he extends these by grafting on a. Philips model of monetary effects and wage-price interactions expressing the competing claims of wages. In the model, or class of models eventually derived in chapter 5, wage-. Not only should the book be read, but marxists who feel that mathematics has a place in economics should.

Decision-Aiding Software and Legal Decision-Making : A Guide to Skills and Applications Throughout the La. Nagel here shows how developments in software over the last few years are making microcomputers practically indispensable to lawyers as decision aids

Decision-Aiding Software and Legal Decision-Making : A Guide to Skills and Applications Throughout the Law. Nagel. Nagel here shows how developments in software over the last few years are making microcomputers practically indispensable to lawyers as decision aids. This is in contrast to his earlier book on Microcomputers as Decision Aids in Law Practice.

This book is designed to help people improve their decision-making skills by learning decision-aiding software. The learning process can be greatly facilitated through the self-teaching features of this book. The book presupposes no prior knowledge of computers, software, or decision analysis. It begins at an introductory level describing data input, tentative analysis, and what-if analysis.Teach Yourself Decision-Aiding Software then proceeds to an intermediate level where the software is used to overcome obstacles to systematic decision-making such as multiple dimensions on multiple goals, multiple missing information, multiple alternatives that are too many to determine the effects of each one. The book then proceeds to an advanced level where the software is concerned with prediction, explanation, and causal analysis, rather than prescription, evaluation, and normative analysis. It also deals with special conditions of decision-making.This book is coordinated with the P/G% decision-aiding software. In the back of the book, a floppy disk contains the program plus ten illustrative data files that correspond to the examples used in the book.