Handbook of management information systems : a managerial perspective / Hossein Bidgoli.Material type: TextPublication details: San Diego : Academic Press, c1999. ISBN: 0120959755Subject(s): Management information systems -- Handbooks, manuals, etcDDC classification: 658.4038 LOC classification: T58.6
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Pt. I. Information Systems Basics. Ch. 1. Information Systems: An Overview. Ch. 2. Hardware and Software Concepts. Ch. 3. Database Concepts. Ch. 4. Organizational, Social and Legal Impacts of Information Systems -- Pt. II. Data Communications and The Internet. Ch. 5. Data Communications Concepts. Ch. 6. Security Issues and Measures. Ch. 7. The Information Superhighway and Global Information Systems. Ch. 8. The Intranet: The Internet of Your Own -- Pt. III. Building and Utilizing Effective Information Systems. Ch. 9. Tools and Techniques for Building Information Systems. Ch. 10. Total Quality Management and Information Systems Reengineering. Ch. 11. Building Effective Information Systems in Functional Areas -- Pt. IV. Information Systems in Action. Ch. 12. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI): A New Strategic Tool. Ch. 13. Decision Support and Executive Information Systems. Ch. 14. Group Support Systems: Collaborative Computing Has Started. Ch. 15. Geographic Information Systems. Ch. 16. Multimedia and Virtual Reality Information Systems -- Pt. V. Emerging Technologies and Applications in the Information Systems Environment. Ch. 17. Applied Artificial Intelligence: What Is Really Involved? Ch. 18. Expert Systems Development: Putting Theory to Work. Ch. 19. Fuzzy Logic and Hybrid Systems: Managing Imprecise Data. Ch. 20. Neural Networks: Computers That Learn By Doing. Ch. 21. Natural Language Processing: The Ultimate User/System Interface.
The Handbook of Management Information Systems: A Managerial Perspective solves a critical problem: where to turn for information about business information systems. It is an essential tool for anyone who wants to learn about software, hardware, and databases without attending engineering classes. In a highly organized and measured discussion, Bidgoli explains and illustrates the Internet and other global information systems, the principles of system design and total quality management, the new strategic tools and technologies, and some emerging technologies.