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Daniel MILODIN graduated the Economic Informatics department of the Faculty of Economic Cybernetics, Statistics and Informatics in 2005. He followed the master program Project’s Computerized Management between 2005 and 2007. He has published several articles in specialized magazines, articles focused mainly on studying and implementing the concept of orthogonality: the orthogonality of the alphabets, of the Arabic digits, of the Latin alphabet, of the distributed informatics applications and of the structured enti-ties. The dissertation paper within the master is placed on the same line of research, "The projects’ orthogonality, conditions of entry into the assessment program”, proposing to define the projects’ concept of orthogonality, methods for determining the degree of similarity between two projects, and also to develop software products for identifying similar projects. Currently he is a PhD candidate within the Academy of Economic Studies, specialization "Economic Science", with the theme "The orthogonality of the structured entities”.
Recent articles in Informatica Economica