Decision Support Systems as the Bridge between Marketing Models and Marketing Practice
Subject: marketing models | decision support systems
textabstractThe field of marketing decision models emerged about fifty years ago. In the beginning, optimization techniques from the field of Operations Research (OR) were dominant, but soon, the modeling of marketing phenomena and marketing problems became interesting ... View more
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