Jennifer Davey

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Purpose – The purpose of this research is to investigate knowledge management in the textile industry specifically through the relationships and interconnections of knowledge management systems, strategy and firm performance across the value chain. Design/methodology/approach – This research examines the process of acquisition, retention, maintenance, and(More)
The efficiency of modern health care relies more and more upon a computerized infrastructure. Open distributed IT-systems have started to bring professionals together from all around the world. Multimedia applications integrate formerly separated functionalities. On the one hand, easy processing and communication of images, sounds, and texts will help to(More)
  • J Davey
  • Computer methods and programs in biomedicine
  • 1995
This paper examines the nature of security in the context of health care and explores the importance of the identification of risk. A brief description is given of the results of the risk analysis reviews conducted as part of the AIM project, SEISMED (Secure Environment for Information Systems in Medicine). The conclusion is that the results of some form of(More)
Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders with about 500 genes thought to be involved across the phenotypic spectrum (Busch et al. 2014; Ran et al. 2014), which includes monogenic, multigenic, epistatic and pleiotropic phenotype manifestations (Busch et al. 2014; Thomas et al. 2014), driving the need for a comprehensive diagnostic test.(More)
Given the global nature of competition and the emphasis on cost, U.S. textile producers typically are unable to compete strictly on a price basis. The failure of many textile and apparel companies to differentiate themselves has had a negative effect on their profitability and viability throughout the value chain. The ability to store, capture and(More)
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