Decision Support Systems For Business Intelligence
    by Vicki L. Sauter

Chapter 4: The Model Component

Figures and Tables

Figure 1: The Process of Modeling
Figure 2: A Model Airplane
Table 1: Dimensionality of Models
Figure 3: Screenshot from Scottrade's Software
Figure 4: Looking at Intervals of Time for Patterns
Figure 5: Nonlinear Relationships
Figure 6: Nonlinear Higher Dimension Relationship
Figure 7: Nonlinearity with Randomness
Figure 8: Results of a Monte Carlo Analysis
Figure 9: Simulation with Animation
Figure 10: Google Results
Table 2: Data Mining Goals
Figure 11: Word Cloud of a Blog
Figure 12: Word Tree of a Blog
Figure 13: DSSAgent Screen
Figure 14: Simple Model Selection
Figure 15: Simple Manipulation of a Model
Figure 16: Model Option Selection
Figure 17: Traditional Results Format
Figure 18: Results with Decision Support
Figure 19: Detailed Model Support
Figure 20: Passive Warning of Model Problems
Figure 21: Active Warning of Model Problems
Figure 22: Integrated Model Support
Figure 23: Modeling Results with Some Interpretative Support
Figure 24: Plot of Maintenance Data
Figure 25: Model Results with Better Interpretative Support
Figure 26: Passive Prompting for Further Analysis
Figure 27: Active Prompting for Further Analyses
Figure 28: Assistance for Defining Criteria
Figure 29: Finer Detailed Definition of Criteria
Figure 30: Content-Dependent Assistance of Criteria Selection
Figure 31: Support for Criteria Definition
Figure 32: Intelligent Support in a DSS
Figure 33: Brainstorming Support Tools
Figure 34: Support for Multi-Criterion Choices
Figure 35: Specifying Criteria
Figure 36: Results from Analysis
Figure 37: Consumer Reports Data could be accessed from a DSS
Figure 38: Edmund's Car Review
Figure 39: Queries Designed to Help User Better Understand Choices
Figure 40: Decision Support Results
Figure 41: Historical Information to Facilitate Support
Figure 42: Support for Users Exploring Assumptions


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