International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Vol. 13 (2023) No. 2, pages: 599-610, DOI:10.18517/ijaseit.13.2.17914

Decision Support System in Fisheries Industry: Current State and Future Agenda

Andreas Tri Panudju, Sapta Rahardja, Mala Nurilmala, - Marimin


Decision Support Systems (DSS) are systems that assist decision-makers and aim to synthesize domain and technical knowledge and package it so non-scientists can use and comprehend it. This study aims to compile initial empirical studies that can objectively reject or confirm the central hypothesis. The materials were retrieved after applying the filtered query across all sources. All search engine providers use five query strings. In each example, five findings were collected, sorted, and compared to one another, and 152 papers were generated. Seventy-six documents were discovered after applying the inclusion and exclusion criteria. Each of the 70 papers was independently examined and analyzed. The method of study followed a specific procedure explicitly developed to minimize the risk of researcher bias. It is primarily concerned with whether fisheries have decision-making systems and what empirical outcomes these systems produce, particularly in real-time analysis. The result shows a dearth of research on intelligent DSS, which accounts for less than 3% of all DSS types discussed in the article. This study offers academics and professionals an overview of the implementation of DSS. These new contributions imply the form of several different new contributions to further research. Furthermore, the possibility of identifying research gaps increases once merged with geoinformation technology or spatial information. We introduced a new model that combines spatial logistics techniques with GIS-based tracing and tracking. The envisioned logistics ensure spatial and logistical traceability in the process of fish products.


Decision support systems; fishery; systematic literature review; future research agenda

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