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Using web-based personalization on spatial data warehouses

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Using web-based personalization on spatial data warehouses
Spatial data warehouses (SDW) rely on extended multidimensional (MD) models in order to provide decision makers with appropriate structures to intuitively analyse spatial data. Several SDW development approaches provide a conceptual modeling and some guidelines in order to obtain logical schemas. However, there are two main drawbacks (i) spatial modeling is still complex for providing each decision maker with their own information needs, and (ii) SDW may be potentially large and spatial structures become increasingly complex to be analysed at a glance. Thus, representing and acquiring the required spatial information is more costly than expected and decision makers may get frustrated during the analysis. On the other hand, Web Engineering address similar problems (heterogeneous audience, different data sources and increasing amount and complexity of information) by using personalization rules. PRML (Personalization Rules Modeling Language) is a language that has been successfully app...
Octavio Glorio, Jose-Norberto Mazón, Irene
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where EDBTW
Authors Octavio Glorio, Jose-Norberto Mazón, Irene Garrigós, Juan Trujillo
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