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A SEMINAR REPORT ON DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM

SUBMITTED TO: Er. BUBBLEDEEP KAUR LECT. In CSE DEPTT.

SUBMITTED BY: SANDEEP KAUR Univ.Roll no. 104522248382

GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, AMRITSAR YEAR 2010-12

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter no. PARTICULARS
Abstract Acknowledgement 1.

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Introduction
1. Introduction
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A brief history of Decision Support Systems

Systems definition and description

2. Classification of DSS subtypes


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Different information needs of different levels of management

Breeds of DSS

3. The DBMS 4. The Data Warehouse 5. Managerial requirements for a DSS 6. The intangible payoffs of a DSS 7. Evaluation methodology for the DSS 8. Conclusion 2 17-33

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ABSTRACT

Choosing the proper hardware and software tools is only one phase of implementing and managing Decision Support Systems. Generally, organizations pass through three phases in adopting DSS. The first phase is concerned with learning and experimenting with the system. In the second phase management assesses the benefits and rewards of end-user computing. In the third phase management tries to regain the control which was loosened because of the unrestrained growth of DSS. Many organizations put great emphasis on the first and third phases of the DSS and do not put much attention to the second phase which is concerned with gaining value from the DSS Systems. To optimize the benefits of DSS, management must develop a well-balanced approach that ensures both control of the system and getting rewards from the system. Decision Support Systems must be the mind-support for management to identify the high-impact areas within the organization which lead to the development of a well-balanced approach. This paper presents some recommendations for designing such DSS systems.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This dissertation has been an eye-opener for me as it opened new vista of information to me. Words shall never be sufficient to describe my experience while doing this dissertation. It is the product of countless hours. My thanks go out to all those who helped, whether through their comments, feedback or suggestions. Im deeply indebted to my revered faculty guide Er. Bubbledeep kaur for his valuable

guidance, constant supervision and above all her continuous encouragement & support during the tenure of my project. I would also like to thank all those people who have helped me in the successful completion of my project by giving their precious time in filling my questionnaire without which it would not have been possible to complete my project. Lastly, no words could adequately convey my thanks to my family members and friends who indirectly co-operated with me.

SANDEEP KAUR

BIBLOGRAPHY

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http://www.umsl.edu/~sauter/analysis/488_f01_papers http://www.askjeeves.com/ http://dssresources.com/ http://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/ http://mis.vanderbilt.edu/

6. http://www.compinfo-center.com/entsys/olap.htm 7. http://www.informationbuilders.com/ 8. http://www.hpcwire.com/dsstar

CHAPTER 2 HANDOUTS

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION