Business Decision Making Project Part 3

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Ashley Yahn
QNT 275
Week four

“Business Decision Making Project, Part 3”

Our team decided that we were going to look into how we can increase the visitors to museums. There are a many different things to look at, analyze and determine to understand how to increase the overall visitor counts in a museum. It’s as if we are going behind the works of a museum and how they run it, get feedback from visitors and put together all kinds of analyzing information. Good thing about this topic is there is tons of graphs, charts and data. Thinking this topic was going to be difficult; it’s actually slowing getting together. The PowerPoint presentation for week five will be fun and interesting. Infact; some museums that were researched are going through: The chair of the MPI working group is following the international activities in the field of ACM and BPM and the development of the forthcoming standard CMMN. It can be expected that until CIDOC in Germany practical result in the field of Adaptive (Advanced) Case Management will be available which can be used by the CIDOC-MPI-WG (especially a stable version of CMMN). It is proposed to have the next meeting of this WG at CIDOC. Which seems to be a good idea to help those businesses get more visitors and production. Museums have long provided descriptions of objects selected for particular exhibitions and publications. However; the history of sharing such information more directly with researchers, teachers, and students often our targeted audience; in a freely accessible, online environment is relatively short. We discussed about how, what and the basic types we should post for our slideshows for the new week. We also discussed about what we wrote about for the most part. Only me, Erick, Darla and Alicia; we never did hear from the last person? This is a challenging project we chosen for the topic but; whatever isn’t challenging doesn’t make you learn. The results of this research can be used to assist creators and implementers of museum signage in uniquely displaying information to a large audience and developing the most successful way finding method to allow visitors to easily navigate throughout an exhibit space. A museum multimedia information system is designed not only for entertainment, but also for education and research. Within the system, a huge number of intellectual assets is stored in a multitimedia database. Users can query the multimedia database and retrieve information matching the specified conditions. In this paper, we successfully apply the EER (Extended Entity-Relationship) model to describe the entire system. We also propose multiple retrieval functions including browsing and query, for various users to access the information in a flexible and efficient manner. Finally, a prototype system is developed based on WWW client/server systems and the object-relational DBMS