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2015 | 4(38) | 45-54
Article title

Implementation guidelines for a temporal intelligent system supporting organizational creativity

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Metodyka wdrażania temporalnego systemu inteligentnego wspomagającego twórczość organizacyjną
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The main aim of the paper is to present and discuss the implementation guidelines of a temporal intelligent system, intended to support organizational creativity. The discussion is based on the author’s proposal concerning such guidelines, on literature research, and on the author’s research concerning temporal intelligent systems. Thus, motivation for implementing a temporal intelligent system is presented, temporal aspects of organizational creativity are pointed out, related work on implementation methodologies is included, and finally a proposal of implementation guidelines is presented and discussed in detail.
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