Coding theory: the essentials by Hoffman D.G., et al.

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It takes into account not only the product and functionality, but also lifestyle, aesthetics, and social aspects such as prestige, networking, etc. ’’ Both CRM and CEM are tremendous sources of comprehensive information on company’s customers, and therefore we include them in the Knowledge Framework of our innovation model. The same is true for knowledge that can be collected from the archives of the company ‘Help Desk and Hot Line’ that has a direct and constantly updated contact with actual and prospective customers who through their questions and problems provide incessant feedback information on the products and services of the company.

As to justifying premise (b) we are convinced that the paradigm of openness increasingly gains importance and recognition as a methodology to solve complex problems that require an engagement of many agents. This methodology is present in science, culture, lifestyle, and to a growing extent in economy. Its spectacular and successful incarnations are the FLOSS movement (Free/Libre/Open Source Software) with the most eminent and known instance of the Linux operating system, the Open Access model of scientific publishing that is practiced by leading universities and even to a certain degree by private publishers, and the famous case of Wikipedia in the area of producing high-quality content.

1. Clearly, the real distances to u from vectors considered in phase 1, do not need to be calculated again. (3) k-nearest neighbors of u are determined as a subset of e-NBEuclideanD(u) found in step 2. The above description is a bit simplified. In [6], steps 2 and 3 were not split, and the value of e was adapted (narrowed) with each new candidate vector having a chance to belong to k nearest neighbors of u. Also, more than one reference vector can be used to potentially reduce the number of calculations of real distances between vectors [6].

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