"Implementing Judgement and Analysis Rules for Comparative Data Analysis in Oracle"
, in Masterarbeit am Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik - Data & Knowledge Engineering, Betreuung: o. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Schrefl, unter Anleitung von Dr. Bernd Neumayr: Masterarbeit, 5-2014
Implementing Judgement and Analysis Rules for Comparative Data Analysis in Oracle
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In this work, we present the implementation of a prototype that extends a conventional data warehouse with judgement and analysis rules by using a commercial database system. This thesis is based on ideas and concepts [Neuböck et al., 2013; Schrefl et al., 2013] developed in the Semantic Cockpit project. The main contribution of this thesis is the implementation of these ideas and concepts. Analysis rules aid analysts in conducting routine and semi-routine decision tasks. Judgement rules are used to externalise knowledge about insights gained during data analysis. Both rule types aid to facilitate data analysis tasks. The presented prototype is part of the Semantic Cockpit research project in which an ontology-driven business intelligence approach for comparative data analysis has been developed, and is based on the developed data warehouse and multi-dimensional ontology.