The Data Warehousing Handbook

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Lulu.com, 2006 - Computers - 440 pages
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Mattison explains what data warehouses are and how they work, key concepts of business reengineering, client/server technology, systems architecture, OLAP, DSS, and much more.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
23
Barnums Law
40
The Drive to Achieve Tactical Operational Efficiency
47
Data Warehouse Development Life Cycle 53
53
Several Types of Projects
79
Pay Now or Pay Later and Later and Later
87
Chapter 4
95
Data Transportation Issues Acquisition
249
Supporting the Infrastructure Control Tables
255
Conclusions
275
Conclusions
302
Roles and Responsibilities
307
Value Vision and Focus
313
Determining Whether you Need a Data Warehouse or Not
320
Recruiting of Sponsors
329

Building a Warehouse
111
Step Two Criteria for Evaluating the Data Warehouse
113
Step Ten Begin the Inventory Management Process
119
Chapter 6
157
Chapter 7
201
Chapter 8
231
Organizational History
238
Data Mining Tools and Benefits
336
Chapter 11
345
Validating the Operational Business Assumptions
360
Chapter 12
381
Chapter 13
405
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Rob Mattison is a leading international authority on knowledge management, database implementation, data warehousing, and data mining. He is the author of five books, and his skills as both a speaker and consultant to the telecommunications industry are in constant demand.

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