K. C. Morris

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ecent advances in communications technology make it possible for manufacturers to transmit data to each other in fractions of a second. However, if these corporations do not use the same software tools, understanding of the data can be delayed for weeks or months while employees purchase and learn to use new tools. This article describes ongoing research(More)
Since the early 1970s, researchers have expressed concern about the emotional well-being of family members after traumatic brain injury (TBI), and it is now widely acknowledged that TBI has long-term effects on the patient and relatives alike. Researchers have found a substantial number of relatives caring for head injured patients to show significant(More)
The future of manufacturing lies in being able to optimize the use of resources to produce high quality product and adapt quickly to changing conditions. From smaller lot sizes, to more customization, to sudden changes in supply chain; the variability that manufacturers face is rapidly increasing. A key to enabling adaptive and smart manufacturing systems(More)
The research for suggesting an ice cream for a diabetic patient is carried out in data mining by using clustering and mapping between the data for ice cream and diabetic patients. Here, using MFCA, which is proposed and explained in this paper, does mapping of ice cream dataset with diabetic patient dataset. The results obtained from MCFA algorithm and the(More)
In enterprise integration, a data-exchange specification is an architectural artifact that evolves along with the business. Maintaining a coherent, data-exchange, semantic model is an important, yet non-trivial task. A coherent, semantic model of dataexchange specifications supports reuse, promotes interoperability, and, consequently, reduces integration(More)