Newsletter EWG-DSS 2016-2017

July 10, 2017

The EWG-DSS Newsletter Nr-15 is already available online in our blog.
As usual, the EWG-DSS Newsletter Nr.15 includes the summary of our group‘s activities in the period of 2016-2017, announcements from group members, publications reviews and upcoming events. Check it out!

Newsletter EWG-DSS Nr.15 – Year 2016/2017
Jason Papathanasiou; Fatima Dargam; Shaofeng Liu; Boris Delibasic; Isabelle Linden; Pascale Zaraté; Rita Ribeiro. Communications of the Association of European Operational Research Societies – EURO Working Group on Decision Support Systems, Nr.15 – Year 2016/2017, IRIT, Université Paul Sabatier Report (Rapport de recherché) IRIT/RR–2017—___-FR, IRIT, ____ 2017.

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EWG-DSS organises five sessions at IFORS 2017 Conference

July 6, 2017

banner-topThe 21st Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies – IFORS 2017 – Main Theme: “OR/Analytics for a better world”.

EWG-DSS is organising and chairing five sessions at IFORS 2017 Conference to take place in Quebec during 17-21 July 2017 under the “Stream: Decision Support Systems”. Details of the sessions are as follows:

Session TA-16        Intelligent DSS

Chair: K. Nadia Papamichail         Tuesday, 8:30-10:00, 308A

  • A next-item recommendation approach based on Borda majority count, by Li-Ching Ma
  • New evidential reasoning modelling approach for data driven system analysis and prediction, by Shuaiyu Yao, Jian-Bo Yang, Dong-Ling Xu, Paul Dark
  • The impact of organizational factors on knowledge sharing performance, by Oluwafemi Oyemomi
  • Factors affecting knowledge-based decision support systems in multinational corporations, by Mahmoud Abdelrahman, K. Nadia Papamichail

 Session TB-16        DSS applications

Chair: Oluwafemi Oyemomi           Tuesday, 10:30-12:00, 308A

  • A preference modelling approach in tourism destination choice based on the FITradeoff method, by Rodrigo José Pires Ferreira, Alexandre Leoneti, Adiel Teixeira de Almeida
  • Forecasting of bivalve landings with multiple regression and data mining: The case of the Portuguese artisanal dredge fleet, by Manuela Maria de Oliveira, Ana Camanho, John Walden, Vera Miguéis, Nuno Ferreira, Miguel B. Gaspar
  • Assessing airline competition – A multi attribute decision making approach, by Aman Gupta
  • A comparative study on breast cancer risk factors assessment, by Tuncay Gürbüz, Elif Do˘gu, Y. Esra Albayrak

Session TD-16        MCDM/ MCDA DSS

Chair: Caroline Mota and Adiel Teixeira de Almeida Tuesday, 15:00-16:30, 308A

  • C1: Multi-criteria model to identify vulnerable areas: An application in a Brazilian context, by Debora Pereira, Caroline Mota, Martin Andresen
  • Map-based multicriteria analysis to support stakeholder-oriented urban energy scenarios, by Sara Torabi Moghadam, Patrizia Lombardi, Jacopo Toniolo, Francesca Abastante, Isabella Lami
  • Decision aid with partial information using FITradeoff for preference elicitation, by Adiel Teixeira de Almeida, Eduarda Frej, Rodrigo José Pires Ferreira
  • Flexible and interactive DSS for ranking problematic, by Eduarda Frej, Adiel Teixeira de Almeida

Session TE-16 DSS technologies

Chair: Adiel Teixeira de Almeida and Caroline Mota    Tuesday, 16:45-18:15, 308A

  • Pricing real options premium based on conditional value at risk concept, by Kyongsun Kim, Chan S. Park
  • Relative inner evaluation of an individual by interval group AHP, by Tomoe Entani
  • Improving educational quality through QFD and AHP, by Tetsuro Morita, Yuki Muro, Aozora Kawana, Shin-ichiro Yokoyama, Tsutomu Mishina
  • Sequential exploration with geological dependencies and uncertainty in oil prices, by Babak Jafarizadeh

Session WA-16       Decision theory

Chair: Shaofeng Liu           Wednesday, 8:30-10:00, 308A

  • Complexity, decision support and human behaviour, by Winnie Pelser
  • R&D project selection using recent advances in multicriteria ordinal classification methods, by Edy López Cervantes, Eduardo René Fernández González
  • Aggregating opinions on ordinal proximities among linguistic terms of qualitative scales, by José Luis García-Lapresta, Raquel Gonzalez del Pozo, David Perez-Roman