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  • Virgil Chichernea

    () (Romanian-American University, Bucharest)


The globalization process needs exact information flows that should be collected in due time. The Information Society ensures the communication between people with different expertise from various geographical areas that have similar interests. The increase of the companies’ activities leads implicitly to the increase of the volume and the complexities of databases, as well as the continuous modernization of the integrated information systems in order to collect the information in due time, that is requested by the decision takers and the frequent use of DSS. The paper presents the DSS structure, the main facilities offered by the associated software products, an evolution of the databases technologies, as well as a list of the program products used to process the statistical data and data mining in order to obtain the main sources of information that is necessary to take decisions.

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  • Virgil Chichernea, 2010. "THE DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR THE INFORMATION SOCIETY (i-Society)," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 4(2), pages 85-92, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:4:y:2010:i:2:p:85-92

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