Encyclopedia of Information Systems: E-J

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Hossein Bidgoli
Academic Press, 2003 - Computer science - 735 pages
"The Encyclopedia of Information Systems is the first comprehensive examination of the core topics in the information systems field ... [The] 10 major topic areas for the encyclopedia [are]: Theories, methodologies, and foundations; Hardware and software; Database design and utilization; Data communications, the Internet, and electronic commerce; Social, legal, organizational, and international issues; Systems analysis and design; Office automation and end-user computing; Management support systems; Artificial intelligence; Applications. Although these 10 categories of topics are interrelated, each addresses one major dimension of information systems design, implementation, and utilization."--Preface, p. xxix.

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Contents

EntityRelationship Knowledge Acquisition
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Data Model 489 William P Wagner
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Foundations National and Regional Economic Impacts
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Copyright

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Hossein Bidgoli, Ph.D., is professor of Management Information Systems at California State University. Dr. Bidgoli helped set up the first PC Lab in the United States and served as it's first director. He is the author of 44 textbooks, 27 manuals and more than five dozen technical articles and papers on various aspects of computer applications, information systems and network security, e-commerce and decision support systems published and presented throughout the world. Dr. Bidgoli also serves as the editor-in-chief of THE HANDBOOK OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT, THE INTERNET ENCYCLOPEDIA, THE HANDBOOK OF INFORMATION SECURITY, THE HANDBOOK OF COMPUTER NETWORKS, and THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS.

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