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An Overview of “Optimal Input-Output Planning Model and Cross-Boundary Economic Management Information System”
—Combinations between Optimal Input-Output Planning Model, Big Data, New Cloud Computing Technologies and Internet of Things or New Internet Industry

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DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2019.99118    224 Downloads   472 Views
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Cross-boundary, which is the key word of IT industry in 2010, swept down from upstream industries to downstream terminals, PC, software, internet… no exception in all areas. With the combination of mobile and internet, a revolutionary change has been brought about. However, the power of traditional fields can never remain mighty in new areas. By using mathematical tools form the thinking mode of discrete mathematics and continuous mathematics, the second cross-boundary is a theoretical basis of cross-boundary economic management information system as well as a scientific method for realizing the integration between the optimal input-output planning model and Big data, new technologies of Cloud Computing and Internet of Things or new internet industry. With the second cross-boundary, area, scale, strength and efficiency of its application will be beyond our imagination. Based on modernisation of enterprise management, the cross-boundary economic management information system can be used to promote not only management of enterprises, but comprehensively enhance modern management quality and governance capacity. It is not only a scientific basis for establishing “One World”, justice, mutual benefit and equal competition, it is also a method to completely eradicate the breeding ground of waste and corruption. In this paper, a brief description will be given based on real-time analysis of the optimal input-output planning model and timely analysis of input-output statistical model.

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Kang, N. (2019) An Overview of “Optimal Input-Output Planning Model and Cross-Boundary Economic Management Information System”
—Combinations between Optimal Input-Output Planning Model, Big Data, New Cloud Computing Technologies and Internet of Things or New Internet Industry. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 9, 1800-1830. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2019.99118.

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