Just-in-time manufacturing (JIT manufacturing)

Just-in-time manufacturing (JIT manufacturing) is a manufacturing philosophy where materials, components and labor are scheduled to arrive or be produced “just in time” for assembly into a finished product. JIT manufacturing is intended to eliminate waste and maximize efficiency by reducing the amount of inventory on hand, and by producing only what is needed, when … Read more

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Perl is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. Perl was originally developed by Larry Wall in 1987 as a general-purpose Unix scripting language to make report processing easier. Since then, it has undergone many changes and revisions. The most recent major revision of Perl 5 was released in 2012. Perl is widely regarded as … Read more

Empirical analysis

Empirical analysis is a type of research that relies on data that is collected from experiments or observations. This data is then used to draw conclusions about a particular topic. Empirical analysis is often used in fields such as economics, sociology, and psychology. Correspondingly, how do you perform an empirical analysis? When you want to … Read more


“IT4IT” is an acronym for “Information Technology for Information Technology”. It is a term used to describe the use of information technology to procure, manage, and deliver information technology services. IT4IT is a methodology that focuses on the efficient and effective delivery of IT services. It is based on the principle that IT should be … Read more

Capacitor (capacitance)

A capacitor is a device that stores electrical energy in an electric field. It is composed of two conductors (plates) separated by an insulating material (dielectric). The conductors are usually made of metal, and the dielectric can be a variety of materials, including air, paper, ceramic, glass, and plastic. The amount of electrical energy that … Read more

Business counterintelligence (business CI)

Business counterintelligence (business CI) is the process of identifying and neutralizing threats to an organization’s commercial interests. This may include espionage, sabotage, and other forms of malicious activity by competitors, criminals, or other adversaries. Business CI typically relies on a combination of human intelligence (HUMINT), open source intelligence (OSINT), and technical surveillance measures to collect … Read more

Security intelligence (SI)

Security intelligence (SI) is a relatively new term that is used to describe the process of gathering and analyzing data to help organizations protect their networks and systems. Security intelligence can be used to identify potential security threats, understand the nature of these threats, and develop strategies to mitigate or prevent them. Organizations that collect … Read more

Strong authentication

Strong authentication is a security measure that requires users to provide more than one form of identification when logging into a system. This may include a combination of something the user knows (such as a password), something the user has (such as a security token), or something the user is (such as a fingerprint). Strong … Read more