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Mashup Concept

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This is a Concept Article which is used to describe a key Information Management concept. The purpose of this article is to provide a general definition of this concept.


A Mashup is a dynamic application that consolidates two or more services to make them do, in aggregate, what they do not do on their own. This article, which pulls in information from wikipedia, is an example of a mashup.

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Wikipedia provides a detailed overview of many Information Management concepts. MIKE2.0 provides a mashup to Wikipedia to provide an enriched reference source for Concept Articles. To edit this article you need to login to Wikipedia.
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