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2013 Sixth International Conference on Business Intelligence and Financial Engineering (BIFE) (2013)
Hangzhou,, China
Nov. 14, 2013 to Nov. 16, 2013
ISBN: 978-1-4799-4778-2
pp: 53-56
ABSTRACT
Collaborative decision making has been studied widely. However, there is relatively little research as to how to reach consensus among group experts in the web 2.0 environment. This study provides a consensus reaching model for collaborative decision making in web 2.0 communities. Two mechanisms, dynamically alternatives generation and delegation, are proposed to support the consensus process.
INDEX TERMS
Decision making, Web 2.0, Collaboration, Communities, Ontologies, Power systems, Educational institutions
CITATION

X. Li, H. Zhang, R. Mao and X. Wang, "A Consensus Reaching Model for Collaborative Decision Making in Web 2.0 Communities," 2013 Sixth International Conference on Business Intelligence and Financial Engineering (BIFE), Hangzhou,, China, 2013, pp. 53-56.
doi:10.1109/BIFE.2013.13
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