Computer-Assisted Financial Planning: The Planner-Model Interface, Journal of Business Research
Computer-based financial statement generators constitute one of the most widely used class of computer-based decision aids. Surveys reveal most planners using these models are concerned with ease of use, especially greater flexibility, reduced data-entry burden, increased understandability, and enhanced sensitivity analysis. This article includes data generation functions, sensitivity analysis capabilities, and illustrative planner-computer dialogues designed to cope with these problems.
Magee, Robert. 1977. Computer-Assisted Financial Planning: The Planner-Model Interface. Journal of Business Research. 5(3): 215-233.