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Ana-Ramona BOLOGA; Razvan BOLOGA (2011)
Publisher: Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies Publishing House
Journal: Database Systems Journal
Types: Article
Subjects: Business intelligence, Agent-Based Systems, Supply Chain Management, Case-Base Reasoning, Agent-Based Systems, Supply Chain Management, Electronic computers. Computer science, Business intelligence, QA75.5-76.95, Case-Base Reasoning
This paper presents some ideas about business intelligence today and the importance of developing real time business solutions. The authors make an exploration of links between business intelligence and artificial intelligence and focuses specifically on the implementation of software agents-based systems in business intelligence. There are briefly presented some of the few solutions proposed so far that use software agents properties for the benefit of business intelligence. The authors then propose some basic ideas for developing real-time agent-based software system for business intelligence in supply chain management, using Case Base Reasoning Agents.
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