|Department||Information-Computing Systems and Control|
|Cycle (first/second)||Second Cycle|
|Semester when the component is delivered||2nd semester|
|Course description|| Decision-making is an essential component of the
project management system, when it is necessary to solve the problem of
planning, design, production, distribution and management of resources (labor,
material, equipment) taking into account all constraints (technical, cost,
time). Project managers rarely achieve success if you do not own or do not use
methods to make informed decisions.
Under these conditions for making of project decisions, the role of qualitative methods (expert assessments, Delphi), as well as decision-making methods under uncertainty and risk, i.e. methods of game theory, Savage, Hurwitz and others.
Module 1. The theoretical basis of the selection of alternativesTopic 1. General aspects of decision making
Topic 2. Expert evaluation
Module 2: Models, methods and algorithms for decision-makingTopic 3. Models and methods of decision making under multicriteriality
Topic 4. Models and methods of decision making under fuzzy information, uncertainty and risk
Topic 5. Models and methods of the multipersonal decision-making.
|Learning outcomes|| Knowledge. The students are able to
- explain elementary methods and tools supporting creativity, creative problem solving, and decision support;
- explain core concepts of decision support.
Skills. The students are able to
- apply elementary methods and tools supporting creativity, creative problem solving, and decision support;
- apply core concepts of decision support;
- use models for decision support in selected cases.
· ability to find project decision, evaluate their conditions and effects;
· ability to use computer models and mathematical methods for effective project decision.
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