Information-Driven Business
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Errata
by Robert Hillard

Thank-you very much to Steve Seeskin who has found the first official mistakes in Information-Driven Business.  The first error is in figure 4.13 and 4.14 where the crows feet between the “phone” entity and the resolution entity is the wrong way around.  The second error is an ommision in chapter 5, under the heading “metrics”, the paragraph beginning “the maximum geodesic distance” should have identified that the largest seperation of 3 is also found between vertices E an F.

I plan to post an errata section on the website in the near future.

Steve Seeskin

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