decision maker


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1 is an acceptable threshold for adopting the preferential matrix to obtain the decision weights, otherwise, the decision maker may need to reassess his/her pairwise comparisons again (Saaty, 1980).
However, as one becomes increasingly infirm or incapacitated, values about autonomy frequently attenuate, and more complexities are introduced as proxy decision makers become involved.
Klein and Calderwood (1988) studied over 400 decisions made by experienced decision makers performing a variety of tasks in operational environments and concluded that processes involved in retrieving and comparing prior cases (e.
Whether your are submitting two estimates per week or 20, your responsibility as an estimator is to manage your time to ensure that "all bases are covered" and that the case (estimate) you present to the decision makers (judge) is accurate and complete to the best of your ability.
In both, the factors were the gender of the decision maker (male and female) and culpability (either the male is more culpable or the female is more culpable).
If a finding of incapacity is made by the probate, a substitute decision maker is usually appointed by the court (i.
It discusses the marketing of library "products" through supplementing traditional measures of input and output with considerations of impact and by seeking to adapt and express library products in terms of the cognitive universes of decision makers.
Jigsaw Decision Maker Lists are drawn from this community-built database, which includes many hard-to-find titles such as directors and managers.
Red Hat has revealed in a new mobile survey focused on line of business (LOB) decision makers that almost half (47 percent) see mobility as a means to automate existing business processes but only 26 percent of them cite the objective of mobile as changing the way they do business.
the worlds leading provider of open source solutions, today revealed in a new mobile survey focused on line of business (LOB) decision makers that almost half (47 percent) see mobility as a means to automate existing business processes but only 26 percent of them cite the objective of mobile as changing the way they do business.
Decision makers need to understand their desired end state and the sequence and integration of events that will get them there within budget and on schedule.
In fact, business decision makers and executives ranked CPAs higher than physicians by several percentage points.
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