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Data structures and accessing in data-base systems, II: Information organization

1973 IBM Systems Journal  
Data structures and accessing in data-base systems ll Information organization The ultimate purpose of a data-base system is not to read punched cards or magnetic spots on disks.  ...  DATA-BASE SYSTEMS II  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.121.0045 fatcat:docbp7soljel7mt7z3um44kw4a

Data structures and accessing in data-base systems, III: Data representations and the data independent accessing model

1973 IBM Systems Journal  
Data structures and accessing in data-base systems lll Data representations and the data independent accessing model The previous two sections of this paper have reviewed the tech- nical progress of information  ...  Having considered this more general view of structured informa- tion, data structures, and data accessing in data-base systems, let us consider several applications.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.121.0064 fatcat:ubfiff5omnba7dsh73xat6luxm

Data structures and data accessing in data base systems past, present, future

M. E. Senko
1977 IBM Systems Journal  
A broad range o j commercial and research data base systems are analyzed. Common characteristics are discussed.  ...  These systems, which have roots in olderfiling systems and in punched card systems, are grouped into the three categories ofhierarchic, netw-ork, and single-lc~vel models.  ...  Data structures and data accessing in data base systems past, present, future by M. E.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.163.0208 fatcat:arfzebcurbcupksbnqgtgxfmtq

Image representations for accessing and organizing Web information

Jonathan I. Helfman, James D. Hollan, Giordano B. Beretta, Raimondo Schettini
2000 Internet Imaging II  
is made of images and spatial organizations in accessing and organizing web information.  ...  The web is enormous and constantly growing. User-interfaces for web-based applications need to make it easy for people to access relevant information without becoming overwhelmed or disoriented.  ...  , it is surprising that so little use is made of images and spatial organizations in accessing and organizing web information.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.411880 fatcat:ypmskeeyjjf7penlwimizqj5jm

Spatiotemporal Information Organization and Visualization on Tidal Level

B. Huang, Y. Zhang, Y. Wang, Q. Liu
2015 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
The amount and location of oceanographic stations vary in different time and the observation information of the same station shows temporality.  ...  Then the prototype system was built with the ability of storing, updating, analyzing, and early warning of tidal level in Shandong Peninsula of China.  ...  EXPERIMENTS Update Process of the Observation Information In order to ensure the data integrity and access speed, the system reads the current observation information from the observation station database  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsannals-ii-4-w2-81-2015 fatcat:jm74qjr46rdajlfyrzvt7l2jrq

Information and Self-Organization II: Steady State and Phase Transition

Hermann Haken, Juval Portugali
2021 Entropy  
In view of the expected general audience of this issue, we have chosen a somewhat tutorial style that does not require special knowledge on physics but familiarizes the reader with concepts rooted in information  ...  Our presentation reflects the shift from the emphasis on physical principles to principles of information theory and Synergetics.  ...  In the first place, we aim at a quantitative approach based on observed (measured) data on the proper system and its surroundings.  ... 
doi:10.3390/e23060707 pmid:34199648 pmcid:PMC8229616 fatcat:uhwgcwsptjch7hedf3yd6qcdym

The Information Security Organization [chapter]

2011 FISMA Principles and Best Practices  
Accordingly, IS frameworks usually attempt to classify information systems in one of two ways. Firstly, systems can be classified based on technical attributes.  ...  assured of the safety of our data and ensure that the value of our organizations maintained.  ...  Recommendations Based on the conclusion above and from the topics Information Security in an Organization the following are recommended; i.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b10782-7 fatcat:oxy4uhxcn5gitn4edkfiej7wgm

Symposium on information science. II. Progress in the organization of an international information center in phytovirology

H H Thornberry
1965 Bacteriological reviews  
This culminates in the publications being catalogued and stored in libraries by a system based on classical subjects and their subdivisions.  ...  From assessments based upon past and present status of information science, it seems evident that specialized information centers, automation in the handling of research data in the processing of documentative  ... 
pmid:5322047 pmcid:PMC441302 fatcat:g2lf6gijxfa6hf3iun45tiva2a

NEW TRENDS IN ORGANIZATION INFORMATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT

Codruţ MITROI
2014 Journal of Defense Resources Management  
One of these is actually the mix of business process view and information view, with the following components for the latter in most cases: data architecture, application architecture, technological resources  ...  The architecture must be structured by layers and the interaction among these contributes to achieving organization goals.  ...  The strength of such an instrument is derived from the following key parameters: • organization data and information structuring; • swift use of data and information by users; • users' ease of access to  ... 
doaj:1fab9cc0cdc24fe192887350a6b133de fatcat:pl26cp7qavhenk3evxgpq5lofa

New competitive strategies: Challenges to organizations and information technology

A. C. Boynton, B. Victor, B. J. Pine II
1993 IBM Systems Journal  
The old competitive strategies of invention and mass production no longer work in an increasingly turbulent business environment.  ...  This paper provides a "lens" through which managers can assess their firm's current competitive position, build a vision for where they must be in the future, and craft a transformation strategy to turn  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Mark Eaker, Gerry Jacobs, Al Barnes, and Jerry Luftman for  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.321.0040 fatcat:awmlukqkljcinnck3pocd5ae74

Digital campus information portal content organization based on "information architecture"

Fang Yuan, Ping Xiao, Qixin Liu, Xiaolong Fu
2009 Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Interaction Sciences Information Technology, Culture and Human - ICIS '09  
In the end, Tsinghua digital campus information portal content organization is illustrated as a real case in this paper.  ...  This paper introduces an information architecture scope and application objectives.  ...  The integrity of application system data and service provides a personalized access to the information resource.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1655925.1656169 dblp:conf/interaction/YuanXLF09 fatcat:vhq6a2d2pbbsncna5iu2qjpmhm

Organization of information

1951 American Documentation  
The scheme is based upon the postulate that ordi- nary sentence structure is in itself a classification system, and that, by the appiication of rules de- signed to standardize sentence arrangement, the  ...  The understanding of the events in the nervous sys- tem and analogous systems as determined by their structure is fundamental for the understanding of abstraction, evaluation and communication...  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.5090020113 fatcat:cmmmxdgjuvfdjjq63cwylsaxg4

Organization of information

1952 American Documentation  
The committee prepared a book-length report on aine different notational systems for organic structural formulas and met in August 1951 to consider the systems with members of a commission of the International  ...  An independent and complementary program for recording infrared data is nearing completion under ORGANIZATION OF INFORMATION 79 National Research Council auspices.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.5090030110 fatcat:b3vvlmw3r5frrozfvydbv7frge

Model of internal auditing organization with the use of accounting information technologies

Galyna BULAT
2019 EUROPEAN HUMANITIES STUDIES: State and Society  
Thus there is the need to improve the organizational and methodological provision of accounting and auditing activity of a business entity as a whole and, in the context of individual subjects, to use  ...  Modern transformations in the country place new demands on the quality of accounting information that is necessary for business entity management to make sound managerial decisions, which determine the  ...  In spite of significant scientific developments, the place and role of internal audit in the management system, the organization of information support and the procedure for calculating audit risk need  ... 
doi:10.38014/ehs-ss.2019.1-ii.20 fatcat:67rt4xbtxfe2lomxl3zlbjkfbi

Summarizing Video Information Using Self-Organizing Maps

T. Barecke, E. Kijak, A. Nurnberger, M. Detyniecki
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems  
Facing a huge amount of multimedia information available today, it becomes inevitably necessary to develop efficient methods for accessing, searching, structuring, and representing it.  ...  Our prototype is based on growing self-organizing maps.  ...  If the system should only be used for structuring and visualization of multimedia data it can be simplified: In this case the querying, ranking and user modeling modules are not necessary.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fuzzy.2006.1681764 dblp:conf/fuzzIEEE/BareckeKND06 fatcat:epid7nr4lrg6vcvmkhzbgxsuny
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