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Category: G.Grant – ERP And Data Warehousing

Index K key-performance-indicator (KPI) 33 knowledge discovery 147 knowledge discovery in databases (KDD) 181 knowledge management (KM) 84, 120 knowledge warehouse (KW) 81 Kölner Integrationsmodell (KIM) 95

Index F factory data collecting (FDS) 27 factory data collection software (FDC) 28 feasible goals method (FGM) 138 federal geographic data committee (FGDC) 134 flexibility 31 focus 120 formal evaluation model 64 function layer 98 function model of the enterprise (UFM) 95 functionality 9 future business process model 82

Index G geographic information systems (GIS) 132 geography markup language (GML) 141 global ERP industry 72 goods and services tax 81 greenfields 72 growth need strength (GNS) 110, 114

Index H health information system (HIS) 179 healthcare 219 healthcare information 171 healthcare records 172 hidden information 150 hierarchical clustering 207 higher education and research category 78 Hong Kong identification card (HKID) 199 hospital authority head office (HAHO) 199 human relations model (HR) 6 human studies subcommittee (HSS) 186 hybrid clustering technique 198

Index I implementation 72 implementation phase 56 individual perceptions 159 informatics 171 information flows 9 information paradox 172 information resources management 247 institutional review board (IRB) 186 integrated financial management systems (IFMS) 108 integrated information processing 95 integration object 92 interactive decision maps (IDM) 138 interactive Web sites 233 interest in police Web sites 243 […]

Index J Java database connectivity (JDBC) 99 Java message service (JMS) 99 job diagnostic survey (JDS) 110

Index A acquisition phase 56 action teams 240 actual contextual knowledge 119 administrative databases. 175 advanced planner and optimiser (APO) 81, 84 advanced planning and optimisation (APO) 85 Agency for Healthcare Policy and Research (AHCPR) 179 analyzed relevance 228 application programming interface (API) 139 architecture of information systems (ARIS) 96 articulation work 129 artifact-building 5 […]

Index B best business practice reference model 9 “bolt on” solutions 86 broken hill proprietary (BHP) 84 bullwhip effect 23 business application programming interface (BAPIs) 14 business information warehouse (BW) 81 business warehouse (BW) 84

Index C capacity 91 changeability 30 claims databases 175 clinical database 170 closed feedback system 24 cluster analysis 200 clustering algorithms 202 code of ethics for nurses 174 collaborative decision support system 133 collaborative process 121 collaborative resources 121 collaborative semantic concepts 119 collaborative spatial decision making (CSDM) 133 collaborative spatial decision support system 139 […]

Index D DARPA agent markup language (DAML) 142 data categorization 187 data cleaning 187 data dictionary 134 data gathering 186 data layer 98 data miners 189 data mining 147, 181 data model of the enterprise (UDM) 95 data ownership 174 data quality 160 data representation 202 data standardization 203 data warehouses 180 database access middleware […]

Index E enterprise application integration 89 enterprise core 8 enterprise extensions 8 enterprise portal 14 enterprise resource planning (ERP) 1, 2, 22, 27, 54, 97 enterprise resource planning software (ERP) 29, 48 enterprise resource planning systems (ERPs) 91, 107 ERP LifeCycle 55 ERP market penetration 73 ERP processes 119 ERP systems 8 Euclidean distance 206 […]

Results and Discussion Current Web Site Activity Of the three cities studied for this report, two have well-developed police department Web sites while the third has begun to construct a Web site as a direct result of the data collected in the present research. The most sophisticated current site is that of Middletown, Ohio, where […]

Future Trends Future Police Web Site Usage From an examination of the research data collected in each of the three cities, it is likely that the City of Trenton may be the best candidate for the development of a new, interactive police Web site. If successful, this site could lead to the roll out of […]

Conclusions The use of interactive Web sites and virtual communities should be capable of assisting police departments as they move forward with community-oriented policing initiatives. The opportunity to use the technologies of the Internet to provide an alternative means of interacting with community citizens on an informal basis should not be dismissed lightly. The price […]

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