Decision processes

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  • Systems Analysis and Design: Chapter 9 - Describing Process Specifications and Structured Decision's Objectives is Understand the purpose of process specifications; Recognize the difference between structured and semistructured decisions.

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  • Chapter 5S - Decision theory. This chapter include objectives: Outline the steps in the decision process, name some causes of poor decisions, describe and use techniques that apply to decision making under uncertainty, describe and use the expected-value approach,...

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  • In beginning to write this chapter, I tried to find words to “sugar coat” the title. Perhaps the word “budget” could be avoided altogether. Words like “financial map” or “operational guide” might be suitable alternatives. After all, for those of you already in the workforce, you probably associate the word “budget” with “dread” or “drudgery” or some other less than flattering term. No doubt, some employees will question the need for a budget.

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  • Generally, a process is defi ned as a sequence of events that transforms the biological materials of food products, via biochemical changes, into stable forms with added value. This can create new products or modify existing ones. Process design refers to the design of food processes and manufacturing methods, while plant design refers to the design of the whole processing plant. The processing of food is no longer as simple or straightforward as in the past. Food process design is an interdisciplinary science that is highly regarded by the food industry.

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 3. Decision-Making in Clinical Medicine Decision-Making in Clinical Medicine: Introduction To the medical student who requires 2 h to collect a patient's history and perform a physical examination, and several additional hours to organize them into a coherent presentation, the experienced clinician's ability to reach a diagnosis and decide on a management plan in a fraction of the time seems extraordinary.

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  • This book is an introduction to game theory from a mathematical perspective. It is intended to be a first course for undergraduate students of mathematics, but I also hope that it will contain something of interest to advanced students or researchers in biology and economics who often encounter the basics of game theory informally via relevant applications. In view of the intended audience, the examples used in this book are generally abstract problems so that the reader is not forced to learn a great deal of a subject – either biology or economics – that may be unfamiliar.

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  • Decision theory in economics, psychology, philosophy, mathematics, and statistics is concerned with identifying the values, uncertainties and other issues relevant in a given decision, its rationality, and the resulting optimal decision. It is closely related to the field of game theory as to interactions of agents with at least partially conflicting interests whose decisions affect each other.

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  • Clinical Practice Guidelines According to the 1990 Institute of Medicine definition, clinical practice guidelines are "systematically developed statements to assist practitioner and patient decisions about appropriate health care for specific clinical circumstances." This definition provides emphasis to several crucial features of modern guideline development. First, guidelines are created using the tools of EBM. In particular, the core of the development process is a systematic literature search followed by a review of the relevant peer-reviewed literature.

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  • This book has been made possible by a sea of efforts. Collating this book was a labour of love. I share the topic of Decision-making support systems with the reader with a sense of zeal and oceans of enthusiasm. I think that these attributes are reflected in this book and perhaps make it better. I wish to thank Sophie Tergeist from Bookboon Ltd for her guidance and Shafaqat Hussain for designing the cover of this book. Each chapter in this book was subject to a previous peer-review process.

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  • Linking Behavioral Economics, Axiomatic Decision Theory and General Equilibrium Theory This chapter has used the Tiebout choice process—the choice of school characteristics via housing decisions—as a lens through which to study the strength of parental preferences for effective schools relative to those for other neighborhood or school characteristics.

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  • Diagnostic Hypothesis Generation Cognitive scientists studying the thought processes of expert clinicians have observed that clinicians group data into packets, or "chunks," which are stored in their memories and manipulated to generate diagnostic hypotheses. Because short-term memory can typically hold only 7–10 items at a time, the number of packets that can be actively integrated into hypothesis-generating activities is similarly limited.

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  • Evidence-Based Medicine The "art of medicine" is traditionally defined as a practice combining medical knowledge (including scientific evidence), intuition, and judgment in the care of patients (Chap. 1). Evidence-based medicine (EBM) updates this construct by placing a much-greater emphasis on the processes by which the clinician gains knowledge of the most up-to-date and relevant clinical research. The key processes of EBM can be summarized in four steps: 1. Formulating the management question to be answered 2.

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  • Syntactic natural language parsers have shown themselves to be inadequate for processing highly-ambiguous large-vocabulary text, as is evidenced by their poor performance on domains like the Wall Street Journal, and by the movement away from parsing-based approaches to textprocessing in general. In this paper, I describe SPATTER, a statistical parser based on decision-tree learning techniques which constructs a complete parse for every sentence and achieves accuracy rates far better than any published result. ...

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  • This paper presents a decision-tree approach to the problems of part-ofspeech disambiguation and unknown word guessing as they appear in Modem Greek, a highly inflectional language. The learning procedure is tag-set independent and reflects the linguistic reasoning on the specific problems. The decision trees induced are combined with a highcoverage lexicon to form a tagger that achieves 93,5% overall disambiguation accuracy.

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  • This paper presents the first demonstration of a statistical spoken dialogue system that uses automatic belief compression to reason over complex user goal sets. Reasoning over the power set of possible user goals allows complex sets of user goals to be represented, which leads to more natural dialogues. The use of the power set results in a massive expansion in the number of belief states maintained by the Partially Observable Markov Decision Process (POMDP) spoken dialogue manager.

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  • In this paper, we propose a practical method to detect Japanese homophone errors in Japanese texts. It is very important to detect homophone errors in Japanese revision systems because Japanese texts suffer from homophone errors frequently. In order to detect homophone errors, we have only to solve the homophone problem. We can use the decision list to do it because the homophone problem is equivalent to the word sense disambiguation problem.

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  • The Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs raised a concern that the Army’s use of contractors on the battlefield did not stem from any clearly articulated policy and could well be inappropriate. It asked RAND Arroyo Center to identify the policies and processes that appeared to be driving Army decisions to use contractors on the battlefield and offer ways to increase the likelihood that these policies and processes would yield outcomes consistent with the Army’s high-level goals. Arroyo’s analysis proceeded along two parallel tracks.

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  • The E3 ubiquitin ligase CHIP (C-terminus of Hsc70-interacting protein) is believed to be a central player in the cellular triage decision, as it links the molecular chaperones Hsp70⁄Hsc70 and Hsp90 to the ubiquitin proteaso-mal degradation pathway. To better understand the decision process, we determined the affinity of CHIP for Hsp70 and Hsp90 using isothermal titration calorimetry.

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  • which the best lexical choices and the conceptual decisions are in conflict. To prove our theoritical points, we will take as an example the generation of situations involving a result causation, i.e., a new STATE which arises because of one (or several) prior ACTs (Schank 1975).

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  • We present a knowledge and context-based system for parsing and translating natural language and evaluate it on sentences from the Wall Street Journal. Applying machine learning techniques, the system uses parse action examples acquired under supervision to generate a deterministic shift-reduce parser in the form of a decision structure. It relies heavily on context, as encoded in features which describe the morphological, syntactic, semantic and other aspects of a given parse state.

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