A dynamic decision support system plays a significant role in an organization, constantly adapting itself to changes inside and outside it. It encompasses all the various perspectives of an organizational decision including process, function, resource, and financial. A configurable, integrated decision-support infrastructure must be in place to support quick response to changing market conditions as products and services sold by organizations increasingly combine unique capabilities. Agility and flexibility can be achieved through enterprise modeling management (EMM), extending the notions of traditional EM to facilitate a federated approach to specifying, sharing, operating on, and driving infrastructure mechanisms to create virtual decision-support environments in much the same way model-driven architecture is employed. DSE and DSE middleware also facilitate dynamic decision making by incorporating integrative and dynamic interoperability through enterprise model management.
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- Computer Science(all)