Wednesday, January 27, 2010

System integration and ethnic diversity paradox

Isolated systems or network operating system sometimes needs to integrate with related embedded systems in order to put up with external forces. Systems developer conducts single or multi-model integration approach to case study analysis and several consecutive process steps regarded as a phase preceding system development. The case study analysis may not focus on interaction value perspective among system elements through various layers and ethnic diversity in network evolutionary path due to insufficient awareness on social evolutionary path value, time boundary conditions, and limitations upon project funding sources.
The paradox of ethnic diversity modifies both positive and negative outlook cross system framework. Ethnic diversity illustrates positive outlook when developer measures interaction and integration parameters among system elements and articulate on global variables prior to system integration. Developer aligns feasible optimal variables, inspirational design for integration model, and monitors any discrepancy value among system elements during integration.
Ethnic diversity illustrates negative outlook when developer miss to add parameter analysis on global variables and a communication evaluation guideline among system elements prior to system integration. System performances may encounter obstructions while communication complexity establish among system elements.
At this juncture, owner’s attention shifts to focus on diversity paradox parameters among system elements and functional consequences on evolutionary path in system framework. One of the simple solutions is optimization process in network operating system and implementation of boundary making process among system elements. According to observational study, this method does not operate in long term because system elements do not maintain optimal balance and spatial consistency in system platform.
Observation 1:
The ethnic diversity refers to a group of individuals, who share common point of views in religious, cultural, racial, national, gender.
Observation 2:
According to this observational study gender parameters can play key role in ethnic diversity instances. For example, certain assignments designate and target for particular gender, unexpectedly system owner would like to change system environmental culture and use mixed-mode strategy in various layers, and then same universal concept can conduct in global variables and platform transitions.
Observation 3:
The positive challenges of ethnic diversity are setting optimal cooperation, reciprocal collaboration, harmony coordination, hamper effectiveness, adaptive psychological functioning, and optimal balance among system elements.

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