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Fast Algorithms for Mining Association Rules
This paper presents a few algorithms that start with a seed itemset (one that already satisfies the boolean predicates the authors wish to evaluate) and grow them into itemsets of maximal size. Expand
Enterprise Modelling
CAB: an Environment for Developing Concurrent Application
The development of concurrent applications, which consist of several parallel, often distributed, activities that communicate and synchronize with each other, presents challenging logical andExpand
Modeling the enterprise engineering environment
The authors show how the modeling of CIM enterprises with the computer integrated manufacturing open system architecture (CIMOSA) approach can be made operational using existing object-oriented techniques and tools, such as Protob and Quid. Expand
Software estimation: a fuzzy approach
This work proposes the use and concepts of fuzzy set theory to extend the Bottom up approach to Fuzzy bottom up approach and with the productivity rate generated by fuzzy bottom up, derived values such as effort of development can be more precisely determined. Expand
Our experience and learning in ERP implementation
This paper describes the experience in using the COTS package application MAC-PAC v10 for TOSHIBA sales & services (a subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation). Expand
Managing outsourcing process: applying six sigma
The hybrid governance structure consists of inter‐organizational coordination mechanisms, inter-organizational systems and social control, and companies that wish to offshore their business process should select the service providers that can facilitate setting up such Hybrid governance structure. Expand
Performance Evaluation on State of the Art Sequential Pattern Mining Algorithms
Data mining refers to extracting or mining knowledge from large amounts of data. Among the various data mining tasks sequential pattern mining is one of the most important tasks. It has broadExpand
Validating Software Requirements Using Operational Models
This paper presents two modeling languages, Protob and Quid (the former covering functional and control issues, the latter addressing informational aspects) and illustrates their simulation and animation features, while emphasizing the architecture of models. Expand
An operational approach to the design of workflow systems
The OPJ modeling language is suitable for building operational models of complex software systems and the notion of operational parameterized building block is the key point of the approach, which focuses on two major phases: domain modeling and system modeling. Expand