A Management Information System for Classification of Scientific Achievements
A Management Information System for computer-aided assessment of scientific achievements is presented. Components of the system: data models, data structures, software and data flow are described. Input-output procedures: data acquisition, data preparation, and data retrieval are discussed. Finally basic features of the system: fault tolerance, fault detection, flexibility and users’ friendliness are delineated.
KeywordsManagement Information System Scientific Achievement Initial Letter Personal Author Curricular Activity
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