information architecture


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information architecture

[‚in·fər‚mā·shən ′är·kə‚tek·chər]
(computer science)
The organization of large bodies of content, as well as the organization and labeling (tagging) of content at the document level to make information easy to search, navigate, and manage.
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Our current information architecture, like our heavily surveilled urban architecture, is going in the opposite direction.
The reason for the title is purely pragmatic: informal student feedback suggested that simply titling the module Information Architecture did not provide the majority of students--who have never before heard the term Information Architecture--with any inkling of the module's content.
A firm facing competitive innovation trends has to combine its information architecture and intellectual resources with its learning process to develop future strategy for growth.
However, effort is also seen on drawing Islamic culture into the theoretical framework of website information architecture [48].
In particular, SharePoint has some distinctive elements that affect an enterprise's information architecture. For one, SharePoint content is stored in a SQL Server database, not in a hierarchical file server.
SOA is a small part of the larger study and practice of enterprise information architecture, which is the overall structure of an organization's information and information processing assets, including hardware, software, people, databases, and records.
"I knew that what I was executing wouldn't matter as much as how I executed it," says Gundy director of Standards, Strategies & Emerging Technology in IM Information Architecture at Johnson & Johnson.
Morville is currently president of Semantic Studios, an information architecture and findability consultancy, and has advised clients including AT&T, IBM, Microsoft, Harvard, Internet2, Proctor & Gamble, Vanguard, Wells Fargo and Yahoo.
Its advanced information architecture streamlines setup and administration by allowing operators to enter data in nearly any order, without backtracking or losing previously entered information.
Children's needs were combined into four categories: portal goals, visual design, information architecture, and personalization.
The following Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP) MTPs will soon be available on the Army Training Information Architecture (ATIA) Web site at <https://atiam.train.army.mil/>:
However, immediate solutions to the integration problem led to standardizing ABCS on Extensible Markup Language (XML), defining ABCS in commercial off-the-shelf compatible information architecture, and providing Web services through a publish and subscribe interface as the integration engine.
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