2008 - February
Developing operating procedures for projects involving multiple organizations using a linear responsibility chart
by Tom Clark
February 2008One of the difficulties of managing projects that involve several (perhaps many) organizations is that the group has no pre-established procedures for handling actions that cross organizational boundaries.
Hermeneutics facing the
by Rafael Capurro
February 2008The origin of this paper goes back to the International Conference "Phenomenology and Technology" held at the Philosophy and Technology Studies Center, Polytechnic University (New York), October 2- 4, 1986 ...
ERP system replacement criteria
by Sanjay Kumar Pal
February 2008An ERP system is our information backbone and reaches into all areas of our business and value-chain. Replacing it can open unlimited business opportunities. The cornerstone of this effort is ...
Collective intelligence: include the disabled for success
by Bill Tipton
February 2008Are you looking for new ideas to leverage your IT to allow your workforce to collectively be more efficient at solving complex problems? ...
Whatever happened to cybernetics?
by Ross Gagliano, John Gehl
February 2008Has the discipline of cybernetics been unable to recognize and respond to appropriate "midcourse corrections" and in the process had its destiny imposed by external "turning points"? ...
Renovation of minimum spanning tree algorithms of weighted graph
by Sanjay Kumar Pal
February 2008In this paper we describe and explain the Minimum Spanning Tree (MST) generation algorithms of a weighted graph with renovated idea. Here, we used a new cycle testing algorithm for ...
Understanding software testing concepts
by Goutam Kumar Saha
February 2008Software testing concepts have been briefly described in this article. Readers would find it easier to understand fundamental concepts of software testing by going through a concept map thereof. ...