In the previous article(The Code Analyzer Software), I have mentioned that this software must be able to generate a fully optimized solution not only for itself but to the other modules as well. It must be able to utilize a method that is efficient and accurate. This optimization technique I am talking about can be […]
Archive for January, 2008
I just happen to have come across the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency(DARPA) because I am searching for possible Donors for my research project “The Artificial Life Project”. And guess what I found in their solicitation page, I found a Request for Information(RFI) for the “RFI 08-11 Learning by Reading” program.
The full text announcement goes […]
The Code Analyzer Software as an essential component of the Self Modifying Software, as its name suggests must be able to analyze/check the performace of the programming codeof the software itself. It should be able to detect the bottlenecks, recommend the best solution, check it out if it needs additional functionality, etc. So, let us have a […]
Although Ken Richardson never mentioned in his book about the role of Computational Linguistics in Intelligent Systems because he looks at it in a very different perpective I still think that Computational Linguistics plays a major role in Intelligent Systems because the approach is classic and by far is very predictable.
Just like I have mentioned in […]
Ken Richardson has described in his book “The Making of Intelligence” how DNA, genes, cells and proteins make up an organism and their roles in its development but never attempted to discuss how the DNA was formed. As he has described based on my own understanding, before conception, the egg cell has all the instructions […]
A self-modifying software is a software that is capable of identifying errors, bottlenecks, additional functionalities within itself and should make the necessary code changes without ever resetting itself. I have never heard of an Accounting Software or any type of software of this kind that is currently in existent, so this should attract more researchers […]
There has probably been a concept of intelligence, and a word for it, since people first started to compare themselves with other animals and with one another. We know this at least since thinkers first put pen to paper about the nature of the mind. To the philosopher Plato, in Ancient Greece, the concept was […]
Requirement Set: CMMI
Subset: Requirements Management (REQM)
· The contents of this web page were extracted from the following document: Capability Maturity Model® Integration (CMMISM), Version 1.1, Continuous Representation, CMU/SEI-2002-TR-011, March 2002 (CMMI-SE/SW/IPPD/SS). Copyright 2002 by Carnegie Mellon University. NO WARRANTY.
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Summary: Enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions are broad applications that improve productivity and reduce costs across the entire back office. This article takes a look at the expansive reach of an ERP system – from A to Z.
An A - Z review of ERP to help You Reach the Zenith of Success
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) […]
Between 40% and 60% of software failures and defects are the result of poor software management and requirements definition. In plain English, this means that about half of the problems encountered could have been avoided by making it clear, from the very beginning, what the customer expected from the respective project. This is to say […]
The request for proposal(RFP) asks the vendors to compare your requirements to their package’s capabilities. The benefit of using an RFP is that the vendors are the experts in their packages. Bear in mind that the vendors may have a “different” understanding of what is being requested than you intended. The scripted demonstration, which you […]