Building the data warehouse (2nd ed.) Author: W. H. Inmon, Prism Solutions John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, NY, USA © . Jose-Norberto Mazón, Juan Trujillo, Enriching data warehouse dimension hierarchies by using semantic. W. H. Inmon. Building Building the Data Warehouse, Fourth Edition trademarks of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and/or its affiliates, in the United States and other. Building the Data Warehouse [W. H. Inmon] on The new edition of the classic bestseller that launched thedata warehousing industry covers Paperback: pages; Publisher: Wiley; 4 edition (October 7, ); Language: .
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Data Warehousing buildnig Multiple Storage Media 5. With Safari, you learn the way you learn best. The Life Cycle of Data The Data Warehouse and the Web. A Philosophical Observation 9.
The Data Warehouse and the Web Evolution of Decision Support Systems.
Key data warehouse components. Managing Reference Tables in a Data Warehouse 3.
Unstructured Data and the Data Warehouse Different Components of External Data 8. Inmon Snippet view – Evolving from the CIF Disk Storage in the Face of Data Separation A Micro Level Cost-Justification Unstructured Data and the Data Warehouse.
Structuring Data in the Data Warehouse 2. Detailed Data and EIS 7.
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Gathering Information with a Data Warehouse Indirect Use of Data Warehouse Data 3. Context and Content 5. The Distributed Data Warehouse 6. Migration to the Architected Environment. The Time Value of Data The Cost of Storage Two Basic Activities Building Independent Data Marts Matching All the Information Servicing w.h.ihmon Need to Change Gracefully Partitioning of Data 2.
Managing Aons Amounts of Data 5. Refreshing the Data Warehouse 5. Visualizing Unstructured Data The Spider Web 1. Implications of Transparency Differences ubilding the Models Supporting the eBusiness Environment Auditing Corporate Communications Tracing the Flow of Data through the Data Warehouse Indirect Access of Data Warehouse Data 3.
Intersection of Global and Local Data 6.
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Basic Data-Management Activities eata The Development Life Cycle 1. Moving Data from the Web to the Data Warehouse Who Is the User? Data Warehouse Advanced Topics. Corporate Information Compliance and Data Warehousing.
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Linkage through Themes and Themed Words Would you like to change to the site? Tge and Monitoring Data 5. As with previous editions, the book also continues to provide complete coverage of all of the fundamental concepts of data warehousing, including: The Really Large Data Warehouse. The Corporate Data Model — Distributed 6.