Science Intelligence

Hackathron, Richard
August 2005
DM Review;Aug2005, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p38
This article discusses the convergence of business and science in terms of technologies, architectures and procedures for information technology. The challenges of scalability, diversity and complexity, along with an explosion of data volumes are faced by both business and science. The definition of the term science intelligence is the information structure that enhances the decision making and collaboration for a science community focused on a specific domain. INSETS: Large Shared Scientific Databases;Examples of BI Vendor Offerings in Life Sciences.


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