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Handbook on Decision Support Systems 1: Basic Themes (International Handbooks on Information Systems) Hardcover – January 11, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-3540487128 ISBN-10: 3540487123 Edition: 2008th

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From the reviews: “This is a substantial work … utilizing over 130 researchers or practitioners contributing across 71 chapters. … Each of the 71 chapters is an independent article on … Decision Support Systems (DSS). … usefully employed in support of DSS teaching and research across a range of undergraduate or post-graduate academic programmes. … Overall, a distinctive and worthwhile addition to DSS resources.” (B. Hollocks, Journal of the Operational Research Society, Vol. 60 (9), 2009) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Decision support systems have experienced a marked increase in attention and importance over the past 25 years. The aim of this book is to survey the decision support system (DSS) field – covering both developed territory and emergent frontiers. It will give the reader a clear understanding of fundamental DSS concepts, methods, technologies, trends, and issues. It will serve as a basic reference work for DSS research, practice, and instruction. To achieve these goals, the book has been designed according to a ten-part structure, divided in two volumes with chapters authored by well-known, well-versed scholars and practitioners from the DSS community.


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CLYDE W. HOLSAPPLE is a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute.

He holds the Rosenthal Endowed Chair in the University of Kentucky's Gatton College of Business and Economics. Professor Holsapple earned his Ph.D. at Purdue University, and has formerly held tenured faculty positions at the University of Illinois and Purdue University.

Dr. Holsapple has published over a dozen books, including the classic Foundations of Decision Support Systems (forword by Nobel Laureate Herbert Simon), the 2-volume Handbook on Decision Support Systems, Decision Support Systems - A Knowledge-based Approach, the 2-volume Handbook on Knowledge Management, and Business Expert Systems.

He has authored 150 journal articles across several disciplines, appearing in such publications as Decision Sciences, Decision Support Systems, Group Decision and Negotiation, Communications of the ACM, Journal of Operations Management, International Journal of Logistics Management, Operations Research, ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems, Expert Systems with Applications, Expert Systems: Journal of Knowledge Engineering, IEEE Intelligent Systems, Organization Science, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, The Information Society, Information Processing and Management, Human Communications Research, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Information Systems,International Journal of Electronic Commerce, Journal of Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management Research and Practice, Knowledge and Process Management, Computational Economics, Socio-economic Planning Sciences, and the IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics.

Contents of Dr. Holsapple's publications have been cited nearly 10,000 times, and content of publications avalable online have experienced over 40,000 downloads.

His 2002 journal article on a new approach to Engineering Ontologies received the ESI Top 1% Designation. This award recognizes a research article that received more citations since 2000 than 99% of all articles published in over 400 journals in its field during the period of 2000 to 2005. Essential Science Indicators are tracked by Thomson-Reuters based on its well-known ISI database of research publications.

His research has been funded by such organizations as the National Science Foundation, the Office of Naval Research, the Center for Robotics and Manufacturing Systems, and the Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation. He is recipient of the University of Kentucky's inaugural Robertson Faculty Research Leadership Award, the state of Kentucky's R&D Excellence Award, and several best paper awards in international conferences and journals.

He is Editor-in-Chief of the highly-ranked Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. He has served as Senior Editor of Information Systems Research; Area Editor of both Decision Support Systems and the INFORMS Journal on Computing; and Associate Editor of both Management Science and Decision Sciences.

Professor Holsapple has chaired over 25 doctoral dissertations, most dealing with decisional issues in the disciplines of knowledge management, supply chain management, and information systems. He is recipient of the 1995 Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Teaching at the University of Kentucky and the 1993 Computer Educator of the Year Award from the International Association for Computer Information Systems.

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