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How to handle the Decision-Maker's awareness of industrial context in his objectives declaration?

Abstract : This study investigates some new approaches that concern the handling of human considerations in the decision-aiding field. We particularly look for the industrial context change and the awareness of the Decision-Maker with regards to such a change, in his decisions. Beyond the Routine regular situation, three situations are thus considered, namely the Control, the Emergency Crisis and the Loss of Control. A proposition of definition and use of the Decision-Maker awareness is applied to the case of re-declaring initial objectives. Awareness is defined through three parameters which are the Belief, the Level and the Graduality, which make up to the so-called Awareness Unit Cube. This is assumed to be evolving with regards to the Decision-Maker perception evolution. According to the evolving values of these parameters on the one hand, and to the characterisation of the occurred situation on the other hand, mathematical adjustments of the considered objectives values are proposed. Some illustrations of the proposal are extracted from a case study submitted by a steel manufacturer.
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Jacky Montmain, Lamia Berrah, Vincent Clivillé, Laurent Foulloy, Gilles Mauris. How to handle the Decision-Maker's awareness of industrial context in his objectives declaration?. International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Systems Management, escuela superior de ingenieros sevilla spain, Oct 2015, Sevilla, Spain. ⟨hal-01224231⟩

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