Extended measurement of an information system's performance
TUsing Neptun as our scholar information system our everyday experience is that it has some annoying problems even today. Some of them are ergonomic, some of them are technical, others have theoretical roots. Perhaps the most annoying of these problems is that that it is usually too slow. This slowness can be very disappointing especially at the beginning of the examination term and at the registration period. In this paper I describe the circumstances of a measurement which shows that much better performance can be reached based on a good data model even in a poorer working environment and even in case of more serious demands.
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- András Keszthelyi, 2009. "How to Measure an Information System's Efficiency?," Proceedings-7th International Conference on Management, Enterprise and Benchmarking (MEB 2009), in: György Kadocsa (ed.), 7th International Conference on Management, Enterprise and Benchmarking MEB 2009-Proceedings, pages 213-219 Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
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