Providing olap to user-analysts: an it mandate

@inproceedings{Codd1998ProvidingOT,
  title={Providing olap to user-analysts: an it mandate},
  author={E. F. Codd and Sharon Codd and Curtis Salley},
  year={1998}
}
Overview Recently, there has been a great deal of discussion in the trade press and elsewhere regarding the coexistence of so-called transaction databases with decision support systems. These discussions usually revolve around the argument that the physical design required for acceptable performance of each is incompatible and that therefore, data should be stored redundantly in multiple enterprise databases: one for transaction processing, and the other for decision support type activities… CONTINUE READING

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