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Advances in Web-Based Decision Support Systems

Roza Dastres, Mohsen Soori


Web technology has enabled an efficient way of providing and exchanging applications for Decision Support Systems (DSS). Online technology has become the foundation for the design of the web based DSS and the operation development center of DSS. The Web-based DSS is a powerful method which can help users to identify data and accessible services as an online service on the Intranet. The Web-based DSS consists of a computerized framework which, through the web browser, provides users with decision support information or resources. The aim is to provide fast and inexpensive access to data, information and expertise available around the world, along with the ability in order to collaborate effectively with remote partners in decision support systems. Speedy processes, improved communication and teamwork, distributed computation, improved group members' efficiency, improved data management and data warehouse management in decision making systems and providing remote control are some targets of the web-based DDS. In this study, recent achievements and application of the Web-based DDS in the different field are reviewed to suggest new ideas in the research filed. As a result, the research filed can be moved forward.
Keywords: Decision Support Systems, Web-Based, Data Network

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