Methods and Models for Employment of the Expert Analytical Knowledge in Organization Decision Making. Part II. The Ontological relations and the decisions field coherency analysis

E.P. Ilina

Abstract


Some types of relations between the elements of the organization decisions system are formalized using the ontological model proposed in the previous part of the article. This model reflects both the normative knowledge and expert views. There are such the classes of relations as genetic, coordination (connection or resemblance) and opposing ones. The special class of clastering relations is determined. Eight types of such relations select the subsets of the decision field  that represent risk issue for the actual decision or the eventual remedies for this risk. The main indexes of the decision field coherency are formalized and metrizied. The potentialities of the proposed formalizm  using for the analytical support of the  organization decision are  considered.

Problems in programming 2016; 4: 66-80


Keywords


organization decision; ontology of decision making area; organization decisions field; ontological relations; AI support of organization decisions making

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