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TEST2review - 1 Know the best way to get in touch with Dr...

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1. Know the best way to get in touch with Dr. Ploeger. Call her cell phone number provided during the first class lecture. 2. Identify examples that illustrate the concept of information. Information is that which is perceived to be useful by the recipient. 3. Know the best definition of information as presented in class and published in international journals. Information is pervasive and only information if the recipient perceives it be useful. 4. Know where information is stored in the “Business Success Triangle.” It is stored in people, more specifically the human brain. 5. Know why the primary concern of the CIO is focused upon “enhancing customer satisfaction.” It is focused upon enhancing customer satisfaction because the word customer encompasses the company employees, stockholders, shareholders, and actual customers. It is in the CIOs interest to make everyones life easier and more cost efficient. 6.Understand the concepts of accuracy, throughput, transaction time, and response time. -Accuracy- humans need not worry about computers being accurate in this day and age. -Throughput- the amount of data that can go through the system in an amount of time. -Transaction time- the amount of time a system takes to perform a transaction time.
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-Response time- the amount of time it takes to respond to user interactions, like a mouse click. 7. Different charateristics of ES and AI. ES- Expert Sysptems-1990 -Needs 3 components: 1. computer program 2. database 3. heuristics –human knowledge -Expert systems produces a fuzzy set- for example, can help a doctor diagnose a disease by entering symptoms. -database must have a finite set AI-Artificial Intellegence- 1951 -programmed -uses relative values MAIN DIFFERENCES: -expert systems takes our available knowledge and applies to reasoning of experts to aid in diagnosing the problem -expert system information must be finite (not infinite) -expert systems must involve heuristics- must include people to solve the problem 8. Completely comprehend the issues associated with Blooms Taxonomy.
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Highest level: Synthesis: Creating something new that is created for the situation Evaluation: Places a value on things. (deals with the item being stronger than a relative item, bigger than a relative item, etc. ) Analysis: Breaking down the component parts and figuring out how these components work. Application: This is what you do with the things you understand and comprehend. Comprehend: Understanding the characteristics and features. Knowledge: Example: knowing your hair color, eye color, etc. 9. Understand the contribution of bench marking in a business process. Bench marking in a business process is continuously measuring system results, comparing results, and identifying improvements. 10 know the components of modern computer systems.
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