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COOPIS
1996
IEEE
13 years 6 months ago
A Methodology for Building a Data Warehouse in a Scientific Environment
Rational drug design is an example where integrated access to heterogeneous scientific data is urgently needed, as it becomes rapidly available due to new experimental and computa...
Karl Aberer, Klemens Hemm
IJMI
2006
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13 years 2 months ago
Six methodological steps to build medical data warehouses for research
In this paper we describe a methodology that emerged during a healthcare project, which consisted among others in grouping information from heterogeneous and distributed informati...
Nicolae B. Szirbik, C. Pelletier, Thierry J. Chaus...
VLDB
2004
ACM
111views Database» more  VLDB 2004»
13 years 7 months ago
Technology Challenges in a Data Warehouse
This presentation will discuss several database technology challenges that are faced when building a data warehouse. It will touch on the challenges posed by high capacity drives ...
Ramesh Bhashyam
SIGMOD
2003
ACM
160views Database» more  SIGMOD 2003»
14 years 2 months ago
Scientific Data Repositories: Designing for a Moving Target
Managing scientific data warehouses requires constant adaptations to cope with changes in processing algorithms, computing environments, database schemas, and usage patterns. We h...
Etzard Stolte, Christoph von Praun, Gustavo Alonso...
DOLAP
1999
ACM
13 years 6 months ago
starER: A Conceptual Model for Data Warehouse Design
Modeling data warehouses is a complex task focusing, very often, into internal structures and implementation issues. In this paper we argue that, in order to accurately reflect the...
Nectaria Tryfona, Frank Busborg, Jens G. Borch Chr...