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Attachment 3: Bibliography
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 Examples of how ICT development, production and sale can be “hidden” include where a non-ICT company elects: to design / develop its own ICT because off-the-shelf components, services or applications are either not available, too costly or not suitable; to produce its own ICT because it is a business critical input to a non-ICT product being produced; to exploit other market opportunities by also selling ICT; or to enhance the value of its non-ICT products by bundling them with ICT products or services.
 Unpublished ABS data extracted from Labour Force Survey 2004.
 Unpublished ABS data extracted from Survey of business expenditure on research and experimental development.
 Overseas studies suggest that ERP systems have had negative productivity impacts in some instances.
 See “intelligent manufacturing” at http://www.advancedmanufacturing.com/January04/intelligent.htm . Accessed 18 October 2004.
 Proteomics is the study and cataloguing of proteins in the human body. Knowledge of proteins and how they interact with each other is a key element in drug development.
 Stereolithography (SL) equipment translates computer aided designs (CAD) into solid objects through a combination of laser, photochemistry and software technologies.
 IBM has an objective of becoming a service provider ; it is moving out of some aspects of software development. See Fortune June 2004.
 For example, the Victorian STI Initiative and the Queensland Smart State Research Facilities Fund.