IJCSNS International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, VOL.9 No.4, April 2009
Manuscript received April 5, 2009
Manuscript revised April 20, 2009
Estimating the weight of inputs in combined multiple truth
values to enhance decision making process
†Faculty of Administrative and Financial Sciences, Al-isra private university, Amman, P.O. 11622, Jordan
Every decision is made within its special environment, which is
consisting of all available alternatives and values. Having a
mechanism that enables us to estimate the weight or the impact
of values on the final decision will help us to enhance our
decision depending on our need.
Based on truth value and truth-functional structure, this paper
introduces new method and algorithm to estimate the weight of
values. The method is discussed in detail and the algorithm is
tested and verified.
interrelation, Decision making, Recognizing function
All people make decisions every day of varying
importance, so the idea that decision making can be a
rather sophisticated art may at first seem strange.
However, studies have shown that most people are much
poorer at decision making than they think. An
understanding of what decision making involves,
together with a few effective techniques, will help us
produce better decisions .
Decision making can be regarded as an outcome of
mental processes, leading to the selection of a course of
action among several alternatives . The selection
between alternatives can be achieved by using
conditional statements with a series of conditions
connected by logical operations (AND, OR and NOT).
Every condition can be evaluated to true or false. At the
end, the conditional-statement evaluated to false or true
depending on the logical relations between conditions.
It is clear that there is a logical process on the inputs
which leads to the final output, whic