Multiple Attribute Decision Making, One subject for Lifelong Learning

Cornel Resteanu
National Institute for Research
and Development in Informatics, ICI Bucharest

Ion Văduva
University of Bucharest

Marin Andreica
Academy of Economic Studies

Abstract: The decisional process is a multitude of human activities, consisting mainly in the realization of the existence of more than one possible course of action in a certain given context, the analysis of their consequences with respect to the envisaged goal, the choice and the implementation of the action that is considered optimal in the axiological perspective that has been adopted. Every person currently makes decisions in his/her social live, from the pre-school years to post-retirement. The problem is: are these optimal?! The paper presents a set of tools for enhanced learning of making optimal decisions using the Multi-Attribute Decision Making paradigm.

Keywords: ICT for content, creativity and personal development, LLL and key competences, Enhanced learning technology, Multi-attribute decision making.

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Cornel Resteanu, Ion Văduva, Marin Andreica, Multiple Attribute Decision Making, One subject for Lifelong Learning, Romanian Journal of Information Technology and Automatic Control, ISSN 1220-1758, vol. 16(4), pp. 147-154, 2006.