Alex Berson and Stephen J. Mukhtasar teri meri kahani hd video download. Authors: Alex Berson and Stephen J. Smith Computing McGraw-Hill , focuses on data delivery as a top priority in business computing today. The authors use the forward to specify the three areas of data warehousing to be covered in the book as 1 bringing data necessary for enhancing traditional information presentation technologies into a single source, 2 supporting online analytical processing OLAP , and 3 the newest data delivery engine, Data Mining.
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Authors: Alex Berson and Stephen J. Smith Computing McGraw-Hill , focuses on data delivery as a top priority in business computing today. The authors use the forward to specify the three areas of data warehousing to be covered in the book as 1 bringing data necessary for enhancing traditional information presentation technologies into a single source, 2 supporting online analytical processing OLAP , and 3 the newest data delivery engine, Data Mining.
Each part goes into a tremendous amount of detail starting general and moving to the specific, detailing at least five long chapters within each section.
This section builds a tremendous foundation of warehousing technology by detailing hardware architectures, multiprocessing architectures, and RDBMS features and solutions.
The second section, Data Warehousing, begins by detailing data warehousing components and the processes of building a data warehouse. This section of the book details mapping the warehouse to the parallel processing architectures, selecting database schemas for decision support, the process of extracting, cleaning, and transforming data, and describes meta data as a key component of supporting the knowledge workers. The chapters go into tremendous details, discussing tool requirements and offering a look at tool-by-tool vendor-based solutions.
The Business Analysis section of this book begins by breaking reporting and query tools into categories including reporting tools, managed query tools, executive information system EIS tools, OLAP tools, and data mining tools.
The authors talk about the need for developing reporting applications and then discuss many of the most recognized reporting and querying tools on the market today. The chapters in this section also detail OLAP what it is and and why it is necessary , introduces patterns and models for business analysis, explains different types of statistical analysis, and delves briefly into the technologies of expert systems and artificial intelligence.
The fourth section, Data Mining, introduces the topic by discussing its motivation, measuring its effectiveness, and by defining the difference between discovery and prediction. The first chapter in this section talks about the state of the data mining industry and compares the present technologies to that of days in the recent past.
The rest of the chapters in this section discuss decision trees, neural networks, genetic algorithms and rule induction. The section wraps up by helping the reader to select and use the right tools. The final section, Data Visualization and Overall Perspectives pull together the information from the previous sections.
In this section, the authors assume a basic understanding of what was delivered in the other sections. The appendixes of the book provide additional information beyond that already detailed in the sections and chapters described above. The appendixes include a detailed glossary of business and technical terms used and discussed in the chapters, a section on improving return on investment ROI , Dr. Smith have delivered an important reference for all individuals developing data warehouses right now.
The book provides a level of detail that is hard to find in one place anywhere. Through their ability to introduce, define, and detailed all aspects of data delivery, and the depth of information about tools presently on the market, this book will be a tremendous tool and reference guide to any individual responsible for delivering data to the corporation. Post navigation.
Data Warehousing, Data Mining, and OLAP (Data Warehousing/Data Management)
Data Warehousing, Data Mining & OLAP