Document warehousing and text mining

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Wiley, Mar 7, 2001 - Business & Economics - 542 pages
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What developers need to know about the rapidly growing technologies of document warehousing and text mining
This unique book shows warehouse developers and managers how to build this new type of warehouse, how to organize free-form text for easy access, and, most importantly, how to exploit text mining techniques to provide timely and accurate information for decision-makers. The author covers the complete process of building and managing a document warehouse, including examples of actual implementations, a review of security issues and tools such as XML and Wide Area Information Servers and their selection criteria, and how text mining techniques are different from data mining techniques.

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Contents

Expanding the Scope of Business Intelligence
3
The Role of Text Mining in Document Warehousing
20
Understanding the Structure of Text
29
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About the author (2001)

DAN SULLIVAN, Director of Data Warehousing at Computer Resource Team Inc., designs business intelligence solutions for a variety of industries. He has 15 years of experience in developing natural language processing and database applications and is widely published on data warehousing and text analysis for business intelligence.