THE GENERALIZED DECISION-MAKING ALGORITHM ON THE BASIS OF EXPERT INTERACTION IN THE COURSE OF CREATION OF CORPORATE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

UDC 004.4

A.A. Ryndin, S.V. Sapegin


In article questions of intellectualization of process of creation of corporate information systems for the purpose of improvement of quality of the made decisions and the general rationalization of process are considered. Modern program complexes as a part of information systems represent difficult, high-organized systems which process of construction is connected with decision-making in the conditions of uncertainty. One of methods of increase in efficiency of decision-making, proceeding from specifics of process of development of components of corporate information systems, is use of collective expert experience. The offered generalized algorithm of decision-making is developed for use within a paradigm of SOA allowing to carry out decomposition of system in the course of her design. This approach allows to increase resistance of decisions to mistakes and to provide possibilities of correction of earlier made unsuccessful decisions. In addition, the algorithm allows to develop for use further the rational strategy of development for a corporate service ecosystem. Approach allows to provide rationality of decision-making in the conditions of uncertainty and variability of the user requirements, evolution of means and approaches in the field of automation of business processes and also to find one of rational ways of integration of separate components into a corporate information system. Use of the generalized decision-making algorithm on the basis of expert interaction with use of additional sets of criteria allows to improve quality of the made decisions, to increase extent of study of unevident decisions, to increase the speed of reaction and overall effectiveness of process of creation of corporate IS.

Keywords: : distributed corporate informational systems, intellectual design, corporative information systems building.

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