»Looking for a needle in a haystack« or the analysis of complex scenarios is supported decisively by the use of interactive, graphical-dynamic exploration techniques - along with the estimation of objects found or the assessment of alternative solutions gained.
These approches facilitate the human perception of large amounts of information, the grasping of complex contexts to a great extant and help, for example, in the following questions:
- How do you get quickly an overview of the information flood, »What separates the wheat from the chaff«?
- Is it quite plain to see sensitivity and causality between the control and target variables of processes?
- Are solution alternatives able to be counterbalanced objectively in decision-making situations?
- Which methods for communicating multicriteria, temporally developing scenarios are suitable for laymen, too?