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examples The second element, interoperability technology, deserves a little more explanation Data engineering is a discipline that involves enterprise modeling and data in concert It involves developing an enterprise concept of operations and operational architecture, in collaboration with specialists who have these skills Model-driven data exchange is something for which we will provide case examples, although basically it means that enterprise components develop a data model in a neutral form that can be used in developing a translator to which data from legacy systems and from external sources are mapped to a neutral state before being mapped again to another user environment The mapping and exchange process is accomplished through servers for this purpose Semantic mediation identi es the service and process of accommodating different users with different words and sometimes the same words with different meanings By employing the technology of tagging and mapping, it is possible to support natural language processing, for instance Other terms describing interoperability technology have been discussed, and our cases will provide more detailed examples Frustrating is that we still need an enterprise executive client so that we can demonstrate how these ideas are applied from the very top down The third element, data-aligned methods and algorithms, is something for which we have robust academic and scholarly examples They are domain speci c and technical, so we ask you to work with us to transfer the concepts to your own needs and environment Case Studies There are two types of case studies presented in this section: (1) scienti c/academic and (2) anecdotal/programs and projects For both types, we apply our smart data labels to help you identify and understand our thinking in practice The scienti c/ academic examples are more rigorously detailed, while the anecdotal programs and projects may be easier to relate Both demonstrate the effort we have taken to test our ideas in different layers of the enterprise and for different types of enterprises While the case studies are speci c to certain domains, the lessons are transferable horizontally across domains, departments, and enterprises Case Study: Medical Automation Here is a speci c case study that demonstrates application of our thinking and is applied in the area of healthcare (military medical environment) This example shows more scienti c rigor than other examples that are re ective of a government customer environment [1] Actual Name Adapting the Task-Technology-Fit (TTF) Model to the Development and Testing of a Voice Activated Medical Tracking Application The task-technology t (TTF) theory holds that IT is more likely to have a positive impact on individual performance and be used if the capabilities of the IT match the tasks that the user must perform [2] Goodhue and Thompson developed a
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measure of task-technology t that consists of eight factors: quality, locatability, authorization, compatibility, ease of use/training, production timeliness, systems reliability, and relationship with users Each factor is measured using between two and ten questions with responses on a seven-point scale ranging from strongly disagree to strongly agree Background The customer is the Joint Military Medical Command of the US Department of Defense Goals Validate that voice activated medical technology application produces reliable and accurate results while affording cost and time savings and convenience advantages Decision Should the voice activated medical tracking be applied throughout the military medical community IT Support Provide a methodology and algorithms for validation Help standardize data capture, recording, and processing This example illustrates three level views of smart data with the following case: adapting the TTF model to the development and testing of a voice activated medical tracking application (VAMTA) The TTF asserts that for an information technology to have a positive impact on individual performance, the technology (1) must be utilized and (2) must be a good t with the tasks it supports Enterprise context suggests that we are not using traditional systems engineering by stovepipes or verticals and that the systems are enterprise-wide in their scope and utilize executive user leadership VAMTA is an enterprise-wide application that has been championed and endorsed by top management in the military To accomplish this task of adopting novel technology, it was necessary to develop a valid instrument for obtaining user evaluations of the VAMTA The case was initiated in order to study the application with medical end-users This phase of the case provided face validity The case demonstrated that the perceptions of end-users can be measured and evaluation of the system from a conceptual viewpoint can be documented, in order to determine the scope of this nontraditional application The case survey results were analyzed using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) data analysis tool to determine whether TTF, along with individual characteristics, will have an impact on user evaluations of VAMTA The case modi ed the original TTF model for adequate domain coverage of medical patient-care applications This case provides the underpinnings for a subsequent, higher level study of nationwide medical personnel Follow-on studies will be conducted to investigate performance and user perceptions of the VAMTA system under actual medical eld conditions As the medical community continues its quest for more ef cient and effective methods of gathering patient data and meeting patient needs, increased demands are placed on IT to facilitate this process The situation is further complicated by the segmented nature of healthcare data systems Healthcare information is often
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