Application of Intelligent Agent Technology for Managerial by Bose R., Sugumaran V.
By Bose R., Sugumaran V.
Facts research and mining applied sciences aid carry company intelligence into organizational determination aid structures (DSS). whereas a myriad of knowledge research and mining applied sciences are commercially to be had at the present time, agencies are seeing a turning out to be hole among strong garage (data warehouse) platforms and the enterprise clients' skill to research and act successfully at the details they comprise. We contend that to slender this hole successfully, an information research and mining surroundings is required tnat can assemble and make to be had to be used lots of those applied sciences, which could help company clients with varied backgrounds, and with which the clients can paintings very easily.
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Based on the sender-only model, an approximation algorithm for reduction with competitive ratio 2 is reported in , and the fastest- node-first technique is shown to be also 2-competitive . Despite the fact that the sender-only model is simple and has a high level abstraction of network topology, the speed of the receiving processor is not accounted for. In a refined model proposed by Banikazemi et al. , communication overheads consists of both sending and receiving time, which we will refer to as the sender-receiver model.
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4 illustrates the worst-case memory reservation for each task set. The graphs show that, at relatively high priority level, the dual server approach can provide comparable performance to the single server approach. The results also demonstrate that noticeable differences in memory reservation are observed from the priority levels 5 in TS1,7 in TS2, and 7 in TS3, respectively. For the DS, we can find that at those priority levels the server utilization starts to decrease. Following Theorem 2 in Sect.