Computer-Aided Decision Analysis: Theory and Applications

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STUART S. NAGEL is a professor of political science at the University of Illinois and the publications coordinator of the Policy Studies Organization. He is the author or editor of Multi-Criteria Methods for Alternative Dispute Resolution: With Microcomputer Software Applications ( Quorum Books, 1991), Decision-Aiding Software and Legal Decision-Making: A Guide to Skills and Applications throughout the Law ( Quorum Books, 1989), and Public Administration and Decision-Aiding Software: Improving Procedure and Substance ( Greenwood Press, 1990). He is the president of a software development firm called Decision Aids, Inc.

MARKO BOHANEC is a research associate at Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia. His research and development efforts are primarily concerned with artificial intelligence, expert systems, machine learning, and decision making. In the field of decision making, he designed and implemented two expert system shells for multiattribute decision making, DECMAK and DEX, and collaborated in their applications for the evaluation of technology, personnel management, and performance evaluation of enterprises.

PAUL J. HOFFMAN is a computer programmer specializing in expert systems software. His firm is in San Carlos Hills, California.

MICHAEL HUDSON holds the Bruce F. Failing, Sr., Chair of Personal Enterprise and serves as the Director of the Personal Enterprise Program at Cornell University. His responsibilities include teaching, research, and pub-

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