Policy makers are increasingly turning to computational support mechanisms for managing uncertainty, and constituent focused-decisions. Utilization and standardization of human-computer interaction principles to create solution pluralism (the condition of having a consideration set containing a multiplicity of credible solutions) is a fundamental to fulfilling this need. There is a need for standardized applications and user interfaces to deliver a higher quality of service, which assists policy makers in maintaining or increasing constituent well-being.
Hall, Margeret A.; Kimbrough, Steven O.; Michalk, Wibke; Schneider, Jefff; and Weinhardt, Christof, "Making Solution Pluralism in Policy Making Accessible: Optimization of Design and Services for Constituent Well-Being" (2013). Interdisciplinary Informatics Faculty Proceedings & Presentations. 7.