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Predictions Regarding the Evolution Of Archiving Documents Generated by Business Entities

Narcisa Teodorescu and Ruxandra Teodorescu
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Narcisa Teodorescu: Technical University of Civil Engineering, Bucharest
Ruxandra Teodorescu: University of Agronomical Science and Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest

Working Papers of Institute for Economic Forecasting from Institute for Economic Forecasting

Abstract: The documents of any organization are created, modified, distributed through various routes, archived, accessed, re-delivered, re-archived. Taking into account that during the last few years the legislative framework regulating the record, inventory, selection, maintenance and use of archives was issued, according to the European regulations the companies are faced with some problems related to knowledge of the legal regulations in effect regarding archiving documents; methods of registering, recording, archiving and accessing the documents; predicting the evolution of the amounts of documents to be archived; predicting the space necessary for storing the archive; supervision of the archive and handling of the archive. The purpose of this article is to support business entities in order to resolve these issues; to determine the amount of archive for a given time period (n), and to estimate the appropriate archiving space.

Keywords: mathematical models; management; data estimation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C6 C8 M1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 15 pages
Date: 2010-10
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