Thursday, March 12, 2009

Invisible entities in strategy guidelines for the globalization of local database

Negligence and unethical information can run into database and modify decision making parameters. Corrupted codes hamper quality in decision making. The life cycle scenario involves in navigating and updating parameters in database outline as following:
The first database assistant interacts with information framework and inserts ethical decision making into database. The second assistant interacts with information framework and does same procedure as the first assistant. Associate multiple database assistants interact with information framework and enter parameters in decision making into global database.
Complexity among parameters in global database may appear when one of those database assistants does not have optimal parameters in decision making in local database because of following abstract criteria checklist:
1)Assistant is preoccupied by some other external entities.
2)Assistant has obsession with internal entities.
3)Assistant does not have sufficient information framework about internal entities.
4)Assistant misunderstand entity’s characteristic.
5)Assistant can be corrupted by external forces.
6)Assistant’s criteria and culture may modify pattern of decision making model.
It requires risk assessment and decision analysis for attributes in a local database, which convert into a global one. Integrating negligence considerations in risk assessment, decision analysis procedure, and failure in abstract criteria checklist can generate invisible entities cross system environments.

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