Using Data Mining to Drive Development
You collect information from all your shop activities, including everything from gift size to gift timing to volunteer participation to event attendance. By enhancing your current data mining efforts, you can finally marshal your database to find the patterns that will focus your advancement strategy on the most promising prospects.
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Workforce Development in Allied Health
The demand for health care professionals is projected to grow rapidly in response to the expanding US population and aging Baby Boomers. To build workforce development allied health care programs that provide job placement and career potential, schools must learn how to assess their market accurately and then reach out to obtain the needed resources from health care providers, community groups,...
SugarCRM Training : BI and Reports Development
This training module is designed to train SugarCRM Administrators and End Users to use the reports module to create and manage reports on any module such as accounts, contracts, and opportunities. You can also create reports to track user activity such as viewed modules, modified records, etc.
Education and Development Conference 2013
8th Annual Education and Development Conference will be held from: 5-7 March 2013
Abstract submissions deadline: subject to availability of spots as submissions are being accepted and reviewed on a rolling admission basis as long as space is available
Full paper submissions deadline: 15th February 2013 (for invited presenters who have completed their registration...
First International Workshop on Problem-Oriented Development
Problem-Oriented Development (POD) is an umbrella term that
encompasses a range of Software Engineering (SE) approaches that
focus explicitly on the modelling and analysis of business problems (as
opposed to their solutions). POD approaches facilitate formalisation
and analysis of problems, provide effective tool support for problem
elicitation and analysis, and support the automated...
Collaborative Agents -- REsearch and Development 2009
Collaboration is required when multiple agents achieve complex goals that are difficult or impossible to attain for an individual agent. This collaboration takes place under conditions of incomplete information, uncertainty, and bounded rationality, much of which has been previously studied in economics and artificial intelligence. However, many real world domains are characterised by even...