Data Mining and Warehousing_Unit5_IP

Data Mining and Warehousing_Unit5_IP - Data Mining and...

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Data Mining and Warehousing Unit 5 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow July 6, 2011 American Intercontinental University In the Inmon’s Corporate Information Factory design, mistakes can be clarified and modifications can be made to a minute total area of data without having to revisit the larger portions of data in the data warehouse structure. Presumed as a 3NF advancement, this design permits flexible integration of data to business who needs just that. In the instance that a company has new changes or requirement needs of their data currently being warehoused, by utilizing this design said data resides in a structure that is readily available to be reimaged to align with said new requirements. Bill Inmon’s description of his design; “Data warehouses are arranged [by] the corporate subject areas…in the corporate data model. Usually, the data warehouse is built and owned by centrally coordinated organizations. … [It] is a truly corporate [-wide] effort.”(Inmon,2007) He also goes on to say that the structure of his design is not owned and dictated solely by just
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