Decision-making software (DMS) is used to help individuals and organizations with their decision-making processes, typically resulting in ranking, sorting or choosing from among alternatives. An early example of DMS was described in 1973. Before the advent of the World Wide Web, most DMS was spreadsheet-based, with the first web-based DMS appearing in the mid-1990s. Nowadays, at least 20 DMS products (mostly web-based) are available.

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  • Decision-making software (DMS) is used to help individuals and organizations with their decision-making processes, typically resulting in ranking, sorting or choosing from among alternatives. An early example of DMS was described in 1973. Before the advent of the World Wide Web, most DMS was spreadsheet-based, with the first web-based DMS appearing in the mid-1990s. Nowadays, at least 20 DMS products (mostly web-based) are available. Though DMS exists for the various stages of structuring and solving decision problems – from brain-storming problems to representing decision-maker preferences and reaching decisions – most DMS focuses on choosing from among a group of alternatives characterized on multiple criteria or attributes. (en)
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  • Decision-making software (DMS) is used to help individuals and organizations with their decision-making processes, typically resulting in ranking, sorting or choosing from among alternatives. An early example of DMS was described in 1973. Before the advent of the World Wide Web, most DMS was spreadsheet-based, with the first web-based DMS appearing in the mid-1990s. Nowadays, at least 20 DMS products (mostly web-based) are available. (en)
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  • Decision-making software (en)
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