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The balanced scorecard concept, developed in 1992 by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton, became one of the most expedient management approaches on international scale. At the highest conceptual level, balanced scorecard is defined as being a "frame that helps the organizations to transpose the strategy into operational objectives, in order to direct both(More)
Nowadays, there are a lot of achievements in the field of thermal treating processes, in industrial automation on the market. The paper focuses on giving an alternative approach for the furnace control, in order to contribute to global performance improvement of the heat treatments (providing high quality products, reducing the energy consumption, and the(More)
Rapid environmental changes as well as potential risks for the human health call for water quality continuous surveillance and on-line decision making. Information and communication technologies can be valuable in these areas. In this paper we present an intelligent system for water quality assessment. Some models used for pollutants propagation, the system(More)
  • STRIKE PACKAGE, Jeffrey M. Saling, Raul Meza
  • 1999
The explosion of information technology has enabled real-time intelligence to become an invaluable tool to the Joint Force Air Component Commander (JFACC). This capability has led to an increased drive to allow the JFACC tighter control over airborne assets, adding flexibility to the JFACC’s response options, but, in effect, “centralizing” execution. What(More)
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