Definition

Intelligent support systems (ISS)

Intelligent support systems (ISS) are that facilitate decisions requiring the use of knowledge, intuition, experience, and expertise. Systems that fall into this category are

Such systems are called intelligent support systems because they support the knowledge intensive activities of managers, which require the application of the practical knowledge and practical experience.

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