"Data Warehouse" Essays and Research Papers

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Project: Data Warehouse and Hotel Management Reservation

Systems 10 • Decision Support Systems 10 • Integrated Information Systems 11 • Office Management Systems 11 • Executive Management Systems 12 2.2.2. Overview of Hotel Management Reservation System 12 • Reduce cost 13 • Secure live data 13 • Efficiency 13 2.3. Data Collection Method and Fact Finding Techniques 13 2.3.1: Observation 14 2.3.2: Interviews 14 2.3.3: Questionnaires 14 2.3.4: Document review: 15 ADVANTAGES 15 DISADVANTAGES 15 2.4. Tools used in design and implementation of the...

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Data Ware House Technology

Bashkor Biswas TU Data Ware House Data is the raw materials of any information system. With the revolution of Information Technology we are improving our decision making process more quick and smart. Data warehouse technology is the process of collection, sorting, structural formation, analysis, storing and presentation of data. So we say that data warehouse is the technology is overall data management system in the organization. In today’s business world we are facing huge competition...

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Huffman Trucking Data Warehouse Report

 Huffman Trucking Data Warehouse Jason Raines DBM/502 06/26/2014 Anup Majumder Huffman Trucking Data Warehouse Huffman trucking was founded by K Huffman in 1936 with a single tractor trailer. The massive and fast growth of the company was a direct result of WWII because of the increase in carrier services east to west. “By 1945, the fleet had increased in size to 16 tractors and 36 trailers. The business relationship forged with the U.S. Government continues today” (Apollo Group, 2012).This...

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Walmart Data and Information

without the network planning and configuration of the Data-Warehouse, Data-Mart and Data-Mining. The relational database series of logically related two-dimensional tables or files to store information in the form of a database. The files that Wal-Mart will create for an online ordering would be order would be Order Number, Order Date, Customer Number, Delivery Address, and Amount Ordered. Employee files would also have unique data, Employee Number, Data of Hire, Employee Name, (first and last). Regular...

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Case Study - Applebee’s, Travelocity and Others: Data Mining for Business Decisions.

Case Study - Applebee’s, Travelocity and others: Data Mining for Business Decisions. Q1. What is the business benefits of taking the time and effort required to create and operate data warehouses such as those described in the case? Do you see any disadvantages? Is there any reason why all companies shouldn’t use data warehousing technology? Ans: The business benefits of taking the time and effort required to create and operate data warehouses is to gather information in a rapid time so the business...

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Resaerch Paper on Data Intelligence

Number Information for Contributors 201 202 204 Articles Vision or Psychic Prison Khuram Shahzad The Assessment of Social Reporting on behalf of Accepted Corporations Listed in Tehran Stock Exchange Hosseyn karbasi yazdi, Kobra Hemmati, Ali Bayat Data Warehousing Ofori Boateng, Jagir Singh, Greeshma, P Singh Wavelet Transform, Neural Networks and The Prediction of S&P Price Index: A Comparative Study of Backpropagation Numerical Algorithms Salim Lahmiri Dimensions of Spiritual Tourism in Tuiticorin...

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Data Warehouse Case Study

Case Study: A Data Warehouse for an Academic Medical Center Jonathan S. Einbinder, MD, MPH; Kenneth W. Scully, MS; Robert D. Pates, PhD; Jane R. Schubart, MBA, MS; Robert E. Reynolds, MD, DrPH ABSTRACT The clinical data repository (CDR) is a frequently updated relational data warehouse that provides users with direct access to detailed, flexible, and rapid retrospective views of clinical, administrative, and financial patient data for the University of Virginia Health System. This article presents...

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Data Anomalies

Data Anomalies Normalization is the process of splitting relations into well-structured relations that allow users to inset, delete, and update tuples without introducing database inconsistencies. Without normalization many problems can occur when trying to load an integrated conceptual model into the DBMS. These problems arise from relations that are generated directly from user views are called anomalies. There are three types of anomalies: update, deletion and insertion anomalies. An update anomaly...

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Data Warehousing and Data Mining

 Data Warehousing and Data mining December, 9 2013 Data Mining and Data Warehousing Companies and organizations all over the world are blasting on the scene with data mining and data warehousing trying to keep an extreme competitive leg up on the competition. Always trying to improve the competiveness and the improvement of the business process is a key factor in expanding and strategically maintaining a higher standard for the most cost effective means...

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Case Study: Active Data Warehousing

1. Describe "active" data warehousing as it is applied at Continental Airlines. Does Continental apply active or real-time warehousing differently than this concept is normally described? An active data warehousing, or ADW, is a data warehouse implementation that supports near-time or near-real-time decision making. It is featured by event-driven actions that are triggered by a continuous stream of queries that are generated by people or applications regarding an organization or company against...

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