An introduction to category theory by V Sankrithi Krishnan

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The phase when business software actually manages business processes is called run time (RT). 3 Challenge of modularization Business activity falls into the two categories: performing the current business model and changing the business model. A business model can be changed by • rearranging existing business areas, • outsourcing existing business areas, or • acquiring new business areas. Change of the business model of a company requires changing the way the IT system facilitates the business procedures.

E-Business integration is performed via the Internet. Thus, Internet technology is used for communication. • EAI. Each participant of a concrete e-business integration uses EAI to integrate their individual systems as a prerequisite to integrate with other companies. ”—Gartner Group The demand for integration has grown with the demand for business flexibility. The basic driving force behind enterprise applications integration is the fact that a shorter time from an initial business idea to bringing it to the market directly translates to competitive advantage in the market economy.

Closed frequent itemset mining discovers all closed frequent itemsets of a given set of transactions P. 2 Track behavioral information through software design phases 43 However, the traditional closed frequent itemset mining does not exactly meet the requirement. Part of the reason is that its original purpose was market basket analysis. Market basket analysis mines the selling transactions of a retail store. It reports patterns in the purchasing behavior of the store’s customers. A result of market basket analysis might, for example, be that 70% of the customers have bought bread, butter, and cheese together.

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