Operational aspects of sdi, Management Information Sys

Operational Aspects of SDI 

Once the policy aspects regarding the design of an SDI system are decided by the competent authority, appropriate decisions regarding components are taken. The following diagram indicates the Workflow in a SDI System.

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The next stage involves organisation of SDI system step by step and to operate it. The essential steps involved are: 

1)  Creation of a document profile/database of resources 

2)  Profile construction 

3)  Matching the contents of the user profiles with the document profiles

4)  Retrieval of pertinent information

5)  Notification of the retrieved information to respective users 

6)  Feedback collection 

7)  Evaluation of the SDI service 

 

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