Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2013, XIII, 1, 626.
knowledge-based systems, knowledge management, intelligent system prototype, accounting forestry knowledge, and forestry expert system
Prototyping plays a very important role for the development of an intelligent system, it allows determining the optimal structure of knowledge base and do not consume all the resources necessary to develop an entirely intelligent system. Our work shows the methodology for developing such a prototype. We made this application in order to simulate intelligent reasoning of an professional accountant from forestry. Romanian accounting knowledge, held by professionals with experience in accounting or forestry, was acquired and stored in a knowledge base, able to provide suggestions to optimize economic decisions in forestry. The results of this study are useful for researchers in the fields of decision-support systems, knowledge management, forest units management, management of information technology (IT). Also, our study is useful to intelligent solutions developers and forestry managers, given the detailed presentation of new available IT solutions.
Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2010, X, 1, 796.
systems development, users, data planning and modeling methodology, database technology and management, and data administration
The core activities in systems development are system analysis, system design, programming, testing, conversion, and production and maintenance. Systems analysis is the study and analysis of problems of existing systems and the identification of requirements for their Figure 1. The systems development process solution. Requirements must consider economic, technical, and temporal constraints, as well as the goals, procedures, and decision processes of the organization. There are various systems-building alternatives: the traditional systems life cycle, prototyping, application software packages, end-user development, and outsourcing.
Savescu Dan, Sima Mihaela-Georgia, and Bârsan Simona-Clara
Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2010, X, 2, 719.
Incubator, technological transfer, business, sustainable, and energy
Paper presents the permanent process of research for business, its compulsory steps, the role of innovation and business incubators, as supporting element for SME’s growth, especially in a crises period. Beside the facilities offered to SMEs, other benefits come from creating a business incubator, such as: developing innovative products, product design, prototyping, technological transfer and nevertheless, registration and exploitation of intellectual property rights, coming from the obtained products. All these contribute to the improvement of SMEs obtained results, reflecting into the national economy. In order to be even more practical, we chose an example of a functional business incubator, ITA Pro-Energ, and showed the facilities that it offers to its eleven incubated SMEs, as well as their improvement on market position