Friday, September 21, 2007

The Paradox of effectiveness in system platform

Invisible entities can appear in system framework when the public perception of efficiency and system effectiveness end up with diminishing system resources. System designers may have a wrong conception of system effectiveness; therefore, articulation of global variables causes side effects in system performances. System effectiveness imply to capital gain, optimizing technology mapping process, optimizing routines, service with high quality, optimizing product quality, and internal & external customers satisfaction.
System designer cannot focus on above criteria when articulate global variables. The strategic value of customers can convert and interpret for system owner’s ROI in the long run.
Observation:
The target of efficiency measure is elements interactive activity in system operation because criteria for measurement, analysis are not complicated; therefore, most systems owners have tendency to represent this efficiency method for designing operating system deployment.
Effectiveness can become an obsession and a global epidemic threatening biological systems and it causes parameter complexity in non-biological systems. Systems owners interpret effectiveness in legal setting for principle activities in wide variety of complex strategies on system platforms. A full time, regular system element is effective on platform environment when a dedicated element can perform assignments at least instead of both a full time employee and a part time employee. System elements would not run in system platform on a regular basis for compatibility with overlapping pattern-matching algorithm in long term due to recognition of health complexity.

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