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Data Warehousing and Web Engineering Hardcover – April, 2002. This is a collection of papers that cover salient issues in data warehousing with an emphasis on business intelligence, data mining and knowledge management applications
Data Warehousing and Web Engineering Hardcover – April, 2002. by. Shirley A. Becker (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. This is a collection of papers that cover salient issues in data warehousing with an emphasis on business intelligence, data mining and knowledge management applications. While many of the papers in this book are more useful to technical professionals, there is a lot of material that will also be useful to marketing and competitive intelligence specialists in the business domain.
The other foc Data Warehousing and Web Engineering covers two pertinent topics that are continuously advancing the effective utilization and management of information technology applications.
Shirley A. Becker is a professor of computer information systems at Northern Arizona University. She is the author of Developing Quality Complex Database Systems and Data Warehousing and Web Engineering. She lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Data Warehousing and Web Engineering. Science, Engineering, and Information Technology. Library Science, Information Studies, and Education. InfoSci-Computer Science and Information Technology. The other focus of this book is the concept of Web Engineering, as it addresses how the originally intended use of the Web as a distributed system for e seems to disappear, compared to the increasing number of e-Commerce Web applications.
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Data warehouse architectural choices and optimization techniques are critical to decision support query performance
On-line analytical processing (OLAP) tools are well studied for complex data analysis. A data warehouse is a set of subject-oriented, integrated, time varying and non-volatile databases used to support the decision-making activities (Inmon, 1992). Data warehouse architectural choices and optimization techniques are critical to decision support query performance. To facilitate these choices, the performance of the designed data warehouse must be assessed, usually with benchmarks.
warehouses and big-data analytics platforms and how they feed each other. This book aims to bring the big. Jun 4, 2005 Web Client-Server Interactions Tutorial. Works, Charles Hagensen. Implementing a Data Warehouse with Microsoft(R) SQL Server(R). 36 MB·2,012 Downloads. in this Training Kit and on Exam 70-463 relates to the technologies. DATA WAREHOUSING Introduction to Data warehouse A data warehouse is a collection of data. A data warehouse can also be viewed as a database for historical data from different functions.
Data Warehousing & Web Engineering. Idea Group Publishing. This volume covers two pertinent topics that are continuously advancing the effective utilization and management of information technology applications.
Data Warehousing projects no longer have to automatically connote the development of a "black hole. Rather, it focuses on what has to be done and how to approach a Data Warehousing project in general. Potential readers should be aware that this book is not a "how-to-do-it. One final note: having read Ms. Moeller's past articles in the journal "InfoDB", she continues to present very technical information in a lucid, clear writing style. I'm still amazed that I read each chapter straight through in one sitting.