Technology Supporting Business Solutions

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The explosive growth of the Internet and the web have created an ever-growing demand for web-based information systems, and ever-growing challenges for Information Systems Engineering. Some of them include the emerging web services technology, database technologies and application integration, as well as data analysis and knowledge discovery. This book is a showcase of recent, significant advances in web-based information systems as well as data integration and analysis. It provides an overview of various technologies used for building innovative information systems applied to real business solutions. It includes eight chapters that are divided into five parts, namely: web services, database technologies, data and application integration, data analysis and knowledge discovery, and recommended bibliography. The material presented in these chapters will help the reader have an overall idea of the research that is being carried out in universities and companies to develop today's innovative business solutions. Contents: Preface; Web Services; Web Services Technologies for Outsourcing; Conceptual Modelling with Dynamic Object Roles; Temporal Versioning in Data Warehouse; Missing Inform
 

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