|Article title||FUZZY LOGIC METHODS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION PROCESSES|
|Authors||A.N. Tselykh, L.A. Tselykh, O.S. Prichina|
|Section||SECTION II. INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS AND CAD|
|Month, Year||01, 2014 @en|
|Abstract||Proposed use of fuzzy logic methods for risk assessment of operating activities in the management of production processes at the decision of problems of creation of mechanisms and tools based on information technologies. This study applies the method of fuzzy logic to support managerial decision making in business administration and manageability of production processes. This approach is illustrated with a model in which as factors influencing on decision-making, discusses some of the parameters of the control system of security in the enterprise and the consequences of uncontrolled impacts of production processes on the environment. The aim of the research is to develop presentation tasks (risk management) in the information system, intended for controlling production processes in terms of their development in the direction of intelligence and expert systems. Application of the method of fuzzy logic assumes improvement of quantitative inform the monitoring and control of risks, which leads to analytically defined priorities for the parameters included in the analysis, and makes them informative and useful.|
|Keywords||Expert systems; risk assessment; management; production management; production management.|
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