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Conference Papers Modelling Others for Observation A Workshop at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, July 30, 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland. Year : 2005

Business intelligence systems and user's parameters: an application to a documents' database

Babajide Afolabi
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Odile Thiery
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Abstract

This article presents earlier results of our research works in the area of modeling Business Intelligence Systems. The basic idea of this research area is presented first. We then show the necessity of including certain users' parameters in Information systems that are used in Business Intelligence systems in order to integrate a better response from such systems. We identified two main types of attributes that can be missing from a base and we showed why they needed to be included. A user model that is based on a cognitive user evolution is presented. This model when used together with a good definition of the information needs of the user (decision maker) will accelerate his decision making process.
Cet article presente les premiers résultats de nos recherches dans le domaine des systèmes d'intelligence économique. Pour cela, nous avons identifié deux catégories principales d'attributs, qu'il nous semble necessaire d'inclure dans une base de données dediée à l'intelligence économique. Ces categories d'attributs sont mises en evidence à partir d'une modélisation de l'utilisateur, precedement developpée et modifiée pour ces besoins specifiques.
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sic_00001580 , version 1 (26-10-2005)

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Babajide Afolabi, Odile Thiery. Business intelligence systems and user's parameters: an application to a documents' database. Modelling Others for Observation A Workshop at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, July 30, 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland., Jul 2005, Edinburgh, Scotland. ⟨sic_00001580⟩
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