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Decision making can be regarded as an outcome of a cognitive process leading to the selection of a course of action among several alternatives. With the latest advances in decision making systems it is important to study which methods provide better results and in which fields, contexts. By creating a hybrid approach to decision making we can outline the performance and deviations between different methods, but more importantly we establish the foundation for building a hybrid decision making system. With the analysis of the decision making methods, we are able to build a hybrid decision making system, which is a composition and cooperation of different methods and uses the optimal methods for specific contexts. In this paper the author presents an approach to creating and evaluating hybrid decision making systems.