Decision Making Elements
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Decision Making Elements

Decision Making Elements

The decision must have at least two feasible options to choose from. There are two types of programs:

Clear plan has a limited number of clear specific plans;

The unclear plan only explains the possible constraints of the plan. The number of plans may be limited or unlimited.

2020/09/08

Decision plan

The decision must have at least one desired goal. Decision-making is carried out around the goal. The beginning of decision-making is to determine the goal, and the end is to achieve the goal. The decision-making goal not only reflects the subjective will of the decision-making subject, but also reflects the objective facts. Without goal, no decision can be made.

Decision goal

Decisions are made by people, and people are the subject of decision-making. In the process of decision-making analysis, the decision-making body who only undertakes tasks such as raising questions or analyzing and evaluating plans is called the "analyst", while in the process of decision-making analysis, the decision-making body that can make the final decision is called the "leader."

Decision-making body

The ending is also called the natural state. After each plan is implemented, one or several possible outcomes may occur. If each plan has only one outcome, it is called a “deterministic” decision; if each plan produces at least two possible outcomes, it is called “ "Risk" decision or "uncertain" decision.

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The evaluation of the value of each outcome of each plan is called utility. According to the utility value of each program to evaluate the pros and cons of the program.

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publish time: 2021-03-09
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Decision analysis is a comprehensive discipline closely related to economics, mathematics, psychology and organizational behavior. Its research object is decision-making, and its research purpose is to help people improve the quality of decision-making and reduce the time and cost of decision-making. Decisions are made by people, and people are the subject of decision-making. In the process of decision-making analysis, the decision-making body who only undertakes tasks such as raising questions or analyzing and evaluating plans is called the "analyst", while in the process of decision-making analysis, the decision-making body that can make the final decision is called the "leader."

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