Correctly functioning evaluation systems directly influence the efficient and effective planning and implementation of projects
and the achievement of organisational objectives. This book critically analyses the results of research dedicated to mixed
intelligent systems for project evaluation, taking into account the current state of knowledge in the field of project management.
It argues for the need to move away from classical concepts and deploy interdisciplinary research methods in the development
of comprehensive project evaluation systems. Considering contemporary issues relating to project evaluation, the author deals
with both quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods and the problems surrounding systems that integrate them, before
discussing the process of modelling mixed intelligent systems. Mixed Intelligent Systems makes a thought-provoking case for
harnessing interdisciplinary methods and new ideas in project management research when developing evaluation systems.