Coordination Principles of Satisficing Decisions
Satisficing decision problems have been investigated in several forms, for example, by verbal and qualitative descriptions by Bonini , Cyert and March , March and Simon ], and Simon [18 19]; simulation study by Bonini ; chance-constrained programming by Charnes and Cooper ; goal programming by Ijiri ; and mathematical study of satisfactory control by Mesarovic et al. , and Takahara and Mesarovic . The satisficing decision criterion was formulated by Matsuda and Takatsu [11-13] and Takatsu [21,22].
KeywordsDecision Unit Aspiration Level Behavioral Interaction Balance Principle Coordination Principle
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