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Smart Information Management for Smarter Decision Making

R. Mala, Dr. R. Balasubramaniyan, A Anandan


In this Internet world, Data is the most valuable resource of an enterprise.  In this competitive world, it is a tedious process to make business decisions when using the large database.  The retrieval of information is difficult and time consuming.  Also it is the responsibility of the user to allocate enough memory to store the information. 

To search for an item, it takes the framework for a particular user to extract the information from the server.  With this tremendous growth of network services, the problem rate also gets increased.  To overcome this problem, suitable techniques are applied in this article. 

The information is extracted by sending the request to the server and waits for the response.  This method of request/reply is better only for some time.  In some situation, when the lack of users are sending the sending the request to the server, the burden of the server gets increased and it automatically goes down.  So, to reduce the server burden, we need a special technique that is also reliable to the user. 

In this paper, we propose the Disconnected Architecture, which is user-friendly to access and extract the information from the database.  This Architecture maintains a temporary memory to store the items which are frequently accessed by the user.  This temporary memory is called as Log.  With the help of this log, the server burden is reduced and the performance of the server gets raised. 

When the server receives the request, it search the log whether this kind of request is already processed by it and if so, it sends back the same reply as before.  Otherwise, it processes the new request and sends the reply to the user. 

In this article, we can extract the information from the database using the Mining Techniques. This paper also describes the practicalities and the constraints in Data Mining and its Advancements.



Business Decisions, Competitive World, Disconnected Architecture, Log, Temporary Memory, Tremendous Growth of Network Services

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