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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Quality of data model for supporting mobile decision making
Author(s): Cowie, Julie
Burstein, Frada
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Keywords: Mobile decision support
Multicriteria decision analysis
Quality of data
Issue Date: Aug-2007
Date Deposited: 2-May-2014
Citation: Cowie J & Burstein F (2007) Quality of data model for supporting mobile decision making. Decision Support Systems, 43 (4), pp. 1675-1683.
Abstract: This paper describes research towards implementation of a mobile decision support system. Our view is that the mobile decision maker will benefit if provided with a measure of the Quality of the Data (QoD) used in deriving a decision, and how QoD improves or deteriorates while he/she is on the move. We propose a QoD model taking into account static and dynamic properties of the mobile decision context, and use multicriteria decision analysis to represent decision model and derive a QoD measure. A prototype mobile decision support system has been developed to investigate the usefulness of the proposed QoD model.
DOI Link: 10.1016/j.dss.2006.09.010
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