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A demonstration of the Indefinite Information System (IdIS) concept attached to a Warehouse Management System

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This talk will present a new concept we have been working on called the “Indefinite Information System” (IdIS), which does not assume that the data it presents is 100% correct, but aims to give a more realistic representation of reality. It is potentially useful to keep track of and help to mitigate data quality accuracy errors that different types of organisations face, we call these data misalignments. We have been testing this idea in the context of a warehousing organisation, and can show a demonstration of how the IdIS, when attached to a warehouse management system, can help to keep better track of the actual locations of products on the shelves.

This talk is part of the DIAL seminars series.

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