List of Tables
|5.1 Examples of technological convergence and vertical disintegration 83|
|7.1 Systems integration: underlying skills 121|
|9.1 Two different orders of constructing (complicated/complex) 164|
|10.1 Summary statistics and correlations of HDD components 187|
|10.2 Regression analyses of heads and discs upon architectural performance 188|
|11.1 Growth in engineering and science graduates, 1975-95 220|
|13.1 Recent changes of component development and production in the Japanese car industry 264|
|14.1 Summary of the levels of systems integration in the defence industry 282|
|14.2 Examples of navy-related system of systems integration organizations 284|
|15.1 Pharmaceuticals: linking dominant firm strategy to national selection environment 316|
|15.2 Pharmaceuticals: relative frequency of different combinations 316|
|15.3 Linux: relating user involvement in software development to skills 324|
|15.4 Linux: expected frequency of the different types of users 324|
|16.1 The shift to integrated solutions 349|
|16.2 Capabilities of integrated solutions providers 356|
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Book title: The Business of Systems Integration.
Contributors: Andrea Prencipe - Editor, Andrew Davies - Editor, Michael Hobday - Editor.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: xxi.
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