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A formal model of emotional-response, inspired from human cognition and emotion systems
(Massey University, 2006)
In this paper, we used the formalisms of decision-making theory and theories in psychology, physiology and cognition to proposing a macro model of human emotional-response. We believe that using such formalism can fill the ...
Decision making in the evaluation, selection and implementation of ERP systems
(Massey University, 2000)
The evaluation, selection and implementation (ESI) of ERP systems involve making multiple decisions during the lifecycle of the ERP project. This study tries to map six models of decision-making to the ERP project lifecycle, ...
Two pilots may be safer than one: The effect of group discussion on perceived invulnerability
Although most general aviation (GA) pilots have received training in aviation decision making, one of the most common causes of GA accidents remains a pilot’s decision to press-on with a flight, when the safe decision ...
An ES process framework for understanding the strategic decision making process of ES implementations
(Massey University, 2001)
Enterprise systems (ES) implementations are regarded costly, time and resource consuming and have a great impact on the organization in terms of the risks they involve and the opportunities they provide. The steering ...