Design and Simulation on Information Providing Service for Temporary Voluntary Organizations

  • Tetsuya Oishi Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology
  • Rieko Fujita Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology
  • Tokuro Matsuo Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology
Keywords: Information Providing, Temporary Voluntary Organizations


To get more benefit, most of all organizations gather and analyze various data. Especially, these systems work well in profit-making organizations. In recent years, universities which are permanently voluntary organizations became active in order to know themselves. However, there are no such systems in temporary voluntary organizations. Therefore, these organizations cannot always decide something correctly. In this paper, we not only design a mechanism to solve this problem occurred in temporary voluntary organizations but also simulate this mechanism by using simple example.


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