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Development of Systemic Distributed Decision-making Models for Complex Adaptive Socio-technical Systems

Fri, 02/10/2012 - 15:51 -- jkenkwof
Faculty Advisor(s): 
Dr. Mo Mansouri
Faculty Email(s): 
Mo.Mansouri@stevens.edu
Program: 
Infrastructure Systems
Project Title: 
Development of Systemic Distributed Decision-making Models for Complex Adaptive Socio-technical Systems
Description: 

Developing new models for making decisions in a decentralized way is essential for collective effectiveness of actions in complex network of human-centric systems. Such models should capture the subjectivity of various decision-makers, the effect of incomplete information, and importance of inter-organizational relationships. A distributed risk model needs to be developed for reducing systemic risk for the entire system. Thesis should provide both conceptual models and its application to a complex network such as an infrastructure system using real data and/or case studies.

References: 
  1. Distributed Decision Making by Christoph A. Schneeweiss; Springer 2010
  2. Mo Mansouri, Hamid R. Darabi, Nazanin Andalibi, Eileen Para; A framework for decision making in extended enterprises: an example of FAA NextGen; International Congress on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems and Workshops (ICUMT); 2010, Moscow, Russia, October 18-20, 2010
  3. Mo Mansouri, Ali Mostashari; A Systemic Approach to Governance in Extended Enterprise Systems; 4th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference; 2010, San Diego, CA, April 5-8, 2010
Student Requirements: 
  • The candidate must have in depth knowledge of a complex network, preferably an infrastructure system, theories of decision analysis, risk analysis and other decision¬≠-making models as well as knowledge of governance through setting protocols of interaction and authority. Passing Fundamentals of Enterprise Systems (ES-621) and Governing Development (ES-677) is a pre-requisite for this project.
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