Analyze of the Measuring Performance for Artificially Business Intelligent Systems
AbstractThis paper analyzes the measuring performance of artificially business intelligent systems. Thousands of persons-years have been devoted to the research and development in the vari¬ous aspects of artificially intelligent systems. Much progress has been attained. However, there has been no means of evaluating the progress of the field. How can we assess the cur¬rent state of the science? Most of business intelligent systems are beginning to be deployed commercially. How can a commercial buyer evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the intelligent candidate and decide which system will perform best for their business applica¬tion? If constructing a system from existing components, how does one select the one that is most appropriate within the desired business intelligent systems? The ability to measure the capabilities of business intelligent systems or components is more that an exercise in satisfy¬ing intellectual or philosophical curiosity. Without measurements and subsequent quantitative evaluation, it is difficult to gauge progress. It is both in a spirit of scientific enquiry and for pragmatic motivations that we embark on the quest for metrics for performance and intelli¬gence of business intelligent systems.
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Date of creation: 10 Jul 2007
Date of revision: 01 Oct 2007
artificially intelligent systems; analyze of the measuring performance; business intelligent systems; metrics for performance; meas¬urement performance;
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