Business Complexity Resolver Through Mathematical Multi-Parametric (MMP) Tool
Abdul Mannan, Nasir uddin Khan, Asif Mansoor, Mushtaq Hussain, Mujtaba Hussain
Keywords: Business Complexity, Abstraction, conceptual strategy, multi-parametric relations, Mathematical inference, Logical statement implications, Business Rule Indicator.
ABSTRACT: Business Complexity is an abstraction for typical business-process problems un-resolvable 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 Business-Rules verses Outcomes in terms of Commercial parameters such as profitability or credentials or any value-added entity, so a conceptual strategy is adopted to resolve the complexity by devising a "Multi-Parametric Mathematical tool" having multi-parametric 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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