Intelligent Data Warehousing: From Data Preparation to Data Mining

Zhengxin Chen

© 2001 - CRC Press
Published December 13, 2001
Reference - 256 Pages - 14 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780849312045 - CAT# 1204

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Features

  • Presents state-of-the-art data warehousing research and practice
  • Integrates the MIS perspective with that of computer science
  • Applies intelligent data mining techniques to the entire process of data warehousing
  • Incorporates recent work from the literature, original research results, examples, and case studies
  • Summary

    Effective decision support systems (DSS) are quickly becoming key to businesses gaining a competitive advantage, and the effectiveness of these systems depends on the ability to construct, maintain, and extract information from data warehouses. While many still perceive data warehousing as a subdiscipline of management information systems (MIS), in fact many of its advances have and will continue to come from the computer science arena.

    Intelligent Data Warehousing presents the state of the art in data warehousing research and practice from a perspective that integrates business applications and computer science. It brings the intelligent techniques associated with artificial intelligence (AI) to the entire process of data warehousing, including data preparation, storage, and mining. Part I provides an overview of the main ideas and fundamentals of data mining, artificial intelligence, business intelligence, and data warehousing. Part II presents core materials on data warehousing, and Part III explores data analysis and knowledge discovery in the data warehousing environment, including how to perform intelligent data analysis and the discovery of influential association patterns.

    Bridging the gap between theoretical research and business applications, this book summarizes the main ideas behind recent research developments rather than setting forth technical details, and it presents case studies that show the how-to's of implementing these ideas. The result is a practical, first-of-its-kind book that brings together scattered research, unites MIS with computer science, and melds intelligent techniques with data warehousing.

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