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From Data Warehouses to analytical atoms - the Internet of Things as a centrifugal force in Business Intelligence and Analytics

  title={From Data Warehouses to analytical atoms - the Internet of Things as a centrifugal force in Business Intelligence and Analytics},
  author={Henning Baars and Julian Ereth},
For decades, the Data Warehouse (DW) has survived as a central architecture component in Business Intelligence and Analytics (BIA) landscapes despite a number of alternative concepts and continuous forces towards more decentralized structures. However, distributed concepts recently seem to have grown in relevance. This paper investigates causes and consequences of an increasing decentralization in order to derive recommendations for future BIA architectures. We have conducted a literature… 

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