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This paper discusses the effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis for a two-stage interventioned decision procedure with majority voting power and binary input and output. Two stages of the process are involved: an inspection stage and a result submission stage. During the first stage, each decision unit in the system will have multiple states, and a boss will visit each unit and check its state for at least twice. However, the conduct of the second visit to each unit will be determined by its state during the first visit. The flexible system's usability and cost-benefit models are developed considering the distribution of states at the end of the first stage. The proposed revised intervened decision system in this paper can be used in many areas, including financial investment, paper submission review and proposal analysis, credit analysis and loan application, and recall.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-019-03334-8
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