Mattison updates his best-selling Data Warehousing ("The most impressive data warehousing book yet" Amazon.com reviews) for the Web. Dynamic introduction to Web-based knowledge management--shows how to take the cumulative knowledge of an organizaiton and leverage it to competitive advantage. Full coverage of applications, architecture, and implementation of Web data warehousing. Impartial, hard-to-find information on hundreds of software vendors and options.
|About the book|
Unlock the Secret to Building the Next Generation of Powerful New Business Applications. Discover the key to harnessing new approaches to business systems development with this one-of-a-kind, straightforward problem-solving guide. Written especially for those making the transition into a new technological and theoretical paradigm, Web Warehousing and Knowledge Management clarifies, simplifies, and demystifies. Learn about: Web Warehousing Fundamentals--Learn about the Internet, WAIS, TCP/IP, PPP, CGI, Java and JDBC and see how these technologies can be used to solve business problems in a hurry; Knowledge Management--the hot new systems development approach that guarantees that your new systems will reduce expenses and boost profits immediately; Web Warehousing Applications--Discover the new generation of applications that can make it all possible. Detailed information about the ways that you can integrate the web with business intelligence solutions to re-invigorate your business and tap the potential offered by these products. Written by the leading expert on the application of web technology to the business intelligence marketplace, Web Warehousing and Knowledge Management helps you understand the new world of web commerce, and come up with the right answers to today's competitive business challenges. This balanced, objective resource gives you the background infromation, technology know-how, business insight, and case studies necessary to evaluate your own systems and discover your own unique solutions. If you are involved with designing, implementing, or evaluating Web warehousing solutions or if you are wrestling with the challenges of building corporate computer systems for the 21st century, Web Warehousing and Knowledge Management is the complete solution you've been waiting for.
|Table of contents|
Part I: Applied Knowledge Management.
Chapter 1. Web Warehousing and Knowledge Management.
Chapter 2. From Edison to Berners-Lee.
Chapter 3. Value Chains and Killer Applications.
Chapter 4. Modeling, Visioning, and Value Propositions.
Chapter 5. Knowledge Networks, Neighborhoods and Economics.
Part II: Web Warehousing in Action.
Chapter 6. Traditional Warehousing.
Chapter 7. Web-Based Query and Reporting.
Chapter 8. Web OLAP.
Chapter 9. Web-Based Statistical Analysis and Data Mining.
Chapter 10. Web-Based Graphical and Geographical Information Systems. An Introduction to Text
Chapter 11. Information Management Systems.
Chapter 12. Architecture of Text Information Management Systems.
Chapter 13. Search Engines and Facilities.
Chapter 14. Text Mining Systems.
Chapter 15. Multimedia Information Management Systems.
Part III: Technology Foundations.
Chapter 16. The Internet and Internet Services.
Chapter 17. Web Components and Communications.
Chapter 18. PPP and CGI: Database Access to the Web.
Chapter 19. Java: The Alternative Approach to Web Programming.
Chapter 20. JDBC: Accessing Databases with Java.
Chapter 21. Architecture, Performance, and Management.