Series: Decision Engineering

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Complex Engineering Service Systems: Concepts and Research (Decision Engineering) by Irene Ng
Complex Strategic Choices: Applying Systemic Planning for Strategic Decision Making (Decision Engineering) by Steen Leleur
Composite Systems Decisions (Decision Engineering) by Mark Sh. Levin
Context-aware Emotion-based Multi-agent Systems (Decision Engineering) by Rajiv Khosla
Data Mining: Concepts, Methods and Applications in Management and Engineering Design (Decision Engineering) by Yong Yin
Decision Models in Engineering and Management by Patricia Guarnieri
Enabling a Simulation Capability in the Organisation (Decision Engineering) by Andrew Greasley
Introduction to Evolutionary Algorithms (Decision Engineering) by Xinjie Yu
Knowledge Acquisition in Practice: A Step-by-step Guide (Decision Engineering) by Nicholas Ross Milton
The Longleaf Pine Ecosystem: Ecology, Silviculture, and Restoration (Springer Series on Environmental Management) by Shibu Jose
Network Models and Optimization: Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm Approach by Mitsuo Gen
Strategic Decision Making: Applying the Analytic Hierarchy Process (Decision Engineering) by Navneet Bhushan

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