Managing Distributed Information Systems
This contribution sets up a general framework of how to manage distributed information systems. A 6-level model of network hierarchy is developed and common important tasks are identified. All 15 papers of this book are clustered accordingly, pinpointing research subjects and describing the influence on every-day decisions in information and workflow management.
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