An approach to building automated expert assessment systems to support strategic and tactical decision-making

Keywords: sustainable development, decision support system, expert assessment, hybrid intelligence, Ukraine


The study considered problematic issues of decision support at the level of society, the region, and the production system. The necessity of widespread use of expert evaluation of alternatives and the use of hybrid intelligence systems is proved. The paper developed the concept of building a new generation of automated systems for expert evaluation of complex system development options. The results show examples of using automated expertise to ensure the sustainable development of systems for various purposes


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Lavrov, E., Chybiriak , Y., Siryk, O., Velykodnyi, D., & Borovyk, V. (2023). An approach to building automated expert assessment systems to support strategic and tactical decision-making. COMPUTER-INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES: EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, (52), 10-23.