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    In the book The Art of War for Executives, Donald G. Krause interprets the following: “Sun Tsu notes, superior commanders succeed in situations where ordinary people fail because they obtain more timely information and use it more quickly.” For metadata professionals, this observation is increasingly relevant as more and more of the business seeks integration and federation, alignment with business goals and strategies, and agility - the ability to respond both quickly and accurately to change. Industry analysts and IT professionals are less focused on solutions to problems where metadata management plays a role but rather look more to metadata management as an overall strategy for the benefits it provides to multiple aspects of the whole organization.
    9 years ago by @cschie
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    The Center for Multisource Information Fusion (CMIF) is a research center based at the University at Buffalo and at a non-profit Western New York research center called CUBRC Inc.. Information fusion allows users to assess complex situations more accurately by combining effectively the core evidence in the massive, diverse and sometimes conflicting data received from multiple sources. CUBRC/UB's partners in the center are the Rochester Institute of Technology, which has expertise in image analysis and visualization, and Pennsylvania State University, which also has a long history in information fusion research focused on the human and cognitive aspects.
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