Adaptive Evolutionary Information Systems

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Nandish V. Patel
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2003 - Computers - 359 pages
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Adaptive and evolutionary information systems enable both developers and users to change systems functionality. Such systems are required because of the changing nature of users' requirements. This is a critical area of research and practice for businesses that have to ensure that their investment in IT/IS is capable of changing with the needs of the business. Adaptive Evolutionary Information Systems focuses on the pertinent issues and challenges surrounding the implementation of information systems within businesses and organizations.
 

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Contents

Countering the Primacy
1
Evolutionary Growth and Control in User Tailorable
30
Lessons From Object
59
Ateleological Development of DesignDecisions
81
AspectOriented Software Components
105
The Logic of Deferring the Design Process
125
Adapt ivity for Improving Web Streaming Application
172
Adaptable QoS Management Communication Architectures
192
Support for Dynamic Trading and Runtime Adaptability
229
Creating Adaptive Web Sites Using Personalization
261
EVOLUTION AND ADAPTATION IN BUSINESS
286
Methods for Developing Flexible Strategic Information
306
The Evaluation of Adaptive Systems
329
About the Authors
348
Index
355
Copyright

Evolving Learning in the Stuff Swamp
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