Best Reference Books – Expert and Decision Support Systems

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Expert and Decision Support Systems subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Expert and Decision Support Systems along with reviews.

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1. “Business Intelligence and Analytics: Systems for Decision Support” by Ramesh Sharda and Dursun Delen

“Business Intelligence and Analytics: Systems for Decision Support” Book Review: This book summarizes today’s revolutionary management support system technologies. This book deals with showcases how they can be used for better decision-making. This is the 10th edition, with discussion about the Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics for enterprise decision. This book gives understanding about Decision Support and Business Intelligence. It provides information about Computerized Decision Support, Decision Making, Systems, Modeling, and Support. This book gives us an Overview, Modeling and Analysis, Business Intelligence, Data Mining for Business Intelligence, Artificial Neural Networks for Data Mining, Text and Web Mining. It even collaborates on collaborative Computer-Supported Technologies and Group Support Systems. It also helps us understand management Support Systems, Emerging Trends and Impacts.

2. “Decision Support and Business Intelligence Systems” by Efraim Turban and Ramesh E Sharda

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“Decision Support and Business Intelligence Systems” Book Review: This book deals with today’s revolutionary management support system technologies. This book showcases how they can be used for better decision-making. This book is 9th edition, which focuses on Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics for enterprise decision. It explains the topics including decision Support Systems and Business Intelligence. It also gives decision Making, Systems, Modeling, and Support. It makes us understand modeling and analysis, data mining for business Intelligence. It gives us knowledge about artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems, Advanced Intelligent Systems. This book interests those who are practicing managers in the foundations and applications of BI. It also involves data mining, intelligent agents, and other intelligent systems.

3. “Decision Making and Knowledge Decision Support Systems” by Anna Maria Gil-Lafuente and Constantin Zopounidis

“Decision Making and Knowledge Decision Support Systems” Book Review: This book deals with advancements of research, new methods and techniques. It even explains more about expert systems and neural networks, knowledge engineering and management. It also involves fuzzy sets and systems and computational methods for optimization. It makes us understand data analysis and decision making. This book makes us understand applications in Economics, Finance, Management and Engineering. This book gives more information about scientific exchange, ideas and experiences in the field of decision making in Economy and Management. This book interests Researchers and practitioners. This book helps students dealing with imprecision, vagueness and uncertainty in the context of decision making. This book presents technique, application and projects in decision making and decision support systems.

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4. “Decision Support and Expert Systems: Management Support Systems (Macmillan series in information systems)” by Efraim Turban

“Decision Support and Expert Systems: Management Support Systems (Macmillan series in information systems)” Book Review: This book summarizes about decision support theory and how it is applied. This book explains the course and sets the standard for coverage of the latest decision support theories. This book helps in practicing by managers and organizations. This edition has new chapters along with distributed group support systems. This book connects neural networks applications. It helps us understand demonstration and development software.

5. “Fuzzy Sets, Decision Making, and Expert Systems (International Series in Management Science Operations Research)” by Hans-Jürgen Zimmermann

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“Fuzzy Sets, Decision Making, and Expert Systems (International Series in Management Science Operations Research)” Book Review: This book deals with the theory of fuzzy sets. It helps us understand a collection of concepts, models, and techniques with complex phenomena. This book analyzes classical methods based on probability theory and bivalent logic. This book is known for artificial intelligence, computer science. It gives us details about control engineering, decision making. It also explains logic, operations research, pattern recognition, robotics. This book gives the access of newcomers to this area and support. This book explains and clear fuzzy set theory and its applications. It also gives introduction to fuzzy set theory.

6. “Decision Support, Analytics, and Business Intelligence (Information Systems Collection)” by Daniel J Power
7. “Decision Support Systems: Groupware, Multimedia, Electronic Commerce (Journal of decision systems)” by Tawfik Jelassi
8. “Decision Support Systems: Putting Theory into Practice” by Ralph H Sprague and Hugh J Watson

“Decision Support Systems: Putting Theory into Practice” Book Review: This is a collection of articles which has topics on Decision Support Systems. It also deals with the topics group Decision Support Systems (GDSS), Executive Information Systems (EIS). It also presents a solid conceptual-theoretical framework. It also helps us understand how DSS and related systems are built and used. This book explains the theories and concepts are being developed in practice. It also includes articles drawn from trade and academic literature.

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9. “Decision Support Systems: Theory and Application (Nato ASI Subseries F:)” by Clyde W Holsapple and Andrew B Whinston

“Decision Support Systems: Theory and Application (Nato ASI Subseries F:)” Book Review: This book interests researchers and practitioners. This book deals with de- cision Support System (DSS). This book explains artificial intelli- gence techniques for use in the DSS world. The chapters in this book are organised into two sections. One is the- oretical topics and the other is application.

10. “Fundamentals of Business Intelligence (Data-Centric Systems and Applications)” by Wilfried Grossmann and Stefanie Rinderle-Ma

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“Fundamentals of Business Intelligence (Data-Centric Systems and Applications)” Book Review: This has proper transforming process-oriented data into information. This book is important for all kinds of decision-making. This book contains step-by-step models and analytical tools for obtaining high-quality data. This book explains how complex analytical tools can be applied. The main topics are on process mining and data mining techniques. This book also involves a combination of these methods for process-oriented data. After introduction, this book has 2 chapters which is about different approaches to modeling in BI applications. Chapter 3 provides details of data provisioning. Chapter 4 contains data description, visualization, and reporting. Chapter 5 explains about data mining techniques for cross-sectional data. Chapter 6 deals with different techniques for the analysis of temporal data. Chapter 7 explains techniques for the analysis of process data. Chapter 8 involves introduction of analysis techniques for multiple BI perspectives. Chapter 9 contains summary and conclusion. This book explains tools are recommended, described and applied. This book is suitable for graduate students in computer science. This book is suitable for practitioners and industrial developers. This book is known for its business intelligence. It also gives clear explanations and many examples.

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