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Patents' search is increasingly critical for a company's technological advancement and sustainable marketing strategy. When most innovative designs are created collaboratively by a diverse team of researchers and technologists, patent knowledge management becomes time consuming with repeated efforts creating additional task conflicts. This research develops(More)
Many companies rely on patent engineers to search patent documents and offer recommendations and advice to R&D engineers. Given the increasing number of patent documents filed each year, new means to effectively and efficiently identify and manage technology specific patent documents are required. This research applies a back-propagation artificial neural(More)
Nowadays many companies rely on patent engineers to search patent documents and offer recommendation and advice to R&D engineers. Given the great number of patent documents, new means to effectively and efficiently identify and manage the technology-specific patent documents are required. This research applies back-propagation artificial neural(More)
Manufacturers and other businesses are under increasing pressure to improve productivity while reducing environmental impact. An environmental management accounting approach, called Material Flow Cost Accounting (MFCA), was developed in Germany in late 1990s and, since then, was adopted widely in Japan and other countries. MFCA is a management information(More)
Patents are critical intangible assets for enabling an enterprise's creation and technology. Patent knowledge management is a time consuming task that often dominates the valuable time of R&D staff. This research develops an intelligent recommendation methodology and system for efficient and effective patent search. The system provides an algorithm(More)
Current medical imaging systems are developed for the purpose of data management. Evaluations of these systems are usually done by assessing users' subjective appreciation rather than objectively gauging performance influence. The present report discusses the evaluation of a medical image presentation system prototype utilizing a cognitive approach.(More)
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