Less Reading time: 30 minutes Hans Peter Luhn was a computer scientist and a Textile engineer who is famously remembered as the inventor of Hash Map a massively useful data structure and has laid the foundations of text processing. He was in a time when computing system were being developed and initially, computers were seen to do simple lookups on numbers. He coined the term "business intelligence". It was Luhn who extended computing systems for complicated text processing and opened up a new path for computing devices.
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No specific office files on his work have been identified by the Archives. A letter in his file possibly indicates that he turned his personal files over to the Mohansic sp? Lake Library in Efforts to locate this library have not been successful. After he completed secondary school, Luhn moved to Switzerland to learn the printing trade so he could join the family business. His career in printing was halted by his service as a communications officer in the German Army during World War I.
From the late twenties to the early forties, during which time he obtained patents for a broad range of inventions, Luhn worked in textiles and as an independent engineering consultant.
He joined IBM as a senior research engineer in , and soon became manager of the information retrieval research division. He came up with a solution for that and other problems using punched cards, but often had to overcome the limitations of the available machines by coming up with new ways of using them.
Luhn spent greater and greater amounts of time on the problems of information retrieval and storage faced by libraries and documentation centers, and pioneered the use of data processing equipment in resolving these problems. A second significant achievement in the area of information science was the KWIC indexing method, which was adopted by the.
A Business Intelligence System
Mehn Abstract An automatic system is being developed to disseminate information to the various sections of any industrial, scientific or government organization. Then, step by step, we methodologically identify relevant contextual information to capture for mobility purposes as well as for BI needs, organize them into context-dimensions, and build a hierarchical mobile GeoBI context systm which a business intelligence system luhn is geo-spatial-extended, 2 fits with human perception of mobility, 3 takes into account the local context interactions and information-sharing with remote contexts, and 4 matches with the usual lun aggregated structure of BI a business intelligence system luhn. Journal of Geographic Information SystemVol. Meta data Last update 9 years ago Created 9 years ago community In collection of: His inventions have found applications ubsiness diverse areas like computer science, the textile industry, linguistics, and information science. A Business Intelligence System Furthermore, since capturing, structuring, and modeling mobile contextual information is still a research issue, a wide inventory of existing research work on a business intelligence system luhn and mobile context is provided.
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No specific office files on his work have been identified by the Archives. A letter in his file possibly indicates that he turned his personal files over to the Mohansic sp? Lake Library in Efforts to locate this library have not been successful.
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