Business Complexity Resolver Through Mathematical MultiParametric (MMP) Tool
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AUTHOR(S)
Abdul Mannan, Nasir uddin Khan, Asif Mansoor, Mushtaq Hussain, Mujtaba Hussain
KEYWORDS
Keywords: Business Complexity, Abstraction, conceptual strategy, multiparametric relations, Mathematical inference, Logical statement implications, Business Rule Indicator.
ABSTRACT
ABSTRACT: Business Complexity is an abstraction for typical businessprocess problems unresolvable by simple methods either through logical statement implications or through mathematical methods or even statistical analysis or Database systems with statistical tools and it is a very strange fabric of BusinessRules verses Outcomes in terms of Commercial parameters such as profitability or credentials or any valueadded entity, so a conceptual strategy is adopted to resolve the complexity by devising a "MultiParametric Mathematical tool" having multiparametric relations from Mathematical inference as a solution to complex business problems A mathematical tool is more difficult to design over a semantic rule governing the flexible operation of a business entity or of a sub class of business entity selected as a main representative of the business operation model but it is more accurate towards many decisive relationships and "BRI" Business Rule Indicators
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