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INTRODUCTION An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system can be considered as a solution for enterprises to standardize their business processes. Many organizations invest in ERP under the assumption that the implemented ERP system will deal with their interrelated business goals, such as achieving their financial targets quicker, managing and streamlining(More)
The unifying theme of this project: We focus on some combinatorial optimization problems with hard capacity constraints. These constraints could be edge-capacities (i.e., how much flow an edge can carry), budget on the number or cost of facilities opened, or number of vertices covered, etc. We do not allow even a slight violation in these constraints. We(More)
The paper introduces the concept of software ergonomics and stresses the importance of respecting the working habits of the user while designing the software aids. Language design criteria are presented under two broad categories: those involving the syntax of the language and those involving its semantics. These criteria are then exemplified using an(More)
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are recognized as management information systems that streamline business processes of an enterprise. Delivering ERP software to meet functional needs of an organization with acceptable level of quality is a challenge due to the very nature of development and deployment of this packaged software. Drawing on ISO/IEC(More)
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