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Decision Support and Executive Information Systems (Prentice Hall Series…

by Paul Gray

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This collection of papers from the Transactions of the International Conferences on Decision Support Systems from 1981 through 1989 provides an historical record of the growth and progress of DSS, and demonstrates the diversity and range of issues and people involved in DSS.

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