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Uml Language Use in Identifying Tangible and Intangible Assets in a Cluster

Clusters contain a group of related industries and other entities important in terms of competition and are geographic concentrations of interconnected companies and institutions belonging to a particular area. These include suppliers of specialized inputs such as components, machinery and services, and providers of specialized infrastructure. Clusters often extend downstream towards various distribution channels and customers and later to manufacturers of complementary products and the industries related by skills, technologies or common inputs. Finally, some clusters include governmental institutions and other entities – such as universities, standardizing agencies, think-tanks (ideas factories/ reflection groups), professional training providers and employers – providing specialized training, education, information, research and support.

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Posted in Information Technology, Knowledge Management, Volume III, Issue no. 6