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Aleksandr Sokolovskiy
Decision Support Center for Complex System Control
Business Informatics
(Bachelor’s programme)
This research is focused on the analysis of the specifics of the Russian experience in the development and implementation of situational centers for decision support systems. The problem is that, although the creation and operation of such systems does not make difficulties abroad, allowing owners to make effective decisions, the Russian successes in this area remain undetectable.

Therefore, the goal of the study is to study Russian variants of already developed computer systems in order to understand exactly which criteria for the successful adoption of managerial decisions are taken by developers as a basis. In addition, in order to achieve this goal, the following tasks should be solved during the research:

1) Identify the nature of the decision support system and the criteria for its successful operation.

2) Investigate the possibilities of creating situational centers for decision support systems.

3) Analyze the Russian practice of introducing such technologies and the effectiveness of their use.

The research method is a comparative analysis, based on the theoretical framework of Russian and foreign research in the field of decision support systems.

The hypothesis is that, due to the lack of practical experience in designing and operating such decision support systems, as well as situational centers based on them, the effectiveness of the work of Russian organizations grows small compared to the established standards and set goals, the pace. As a result, this hypothesis was fully confirmed, because, despite some important achievements, Russian networks of situational decision support centers will not be able to form a nationwide structure, as required by regulatory documents, and for this reason remain at the initial level of maturity.

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