THE DATA MODEL RESOURCE BOOK VOLUME 2

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2: A Library of Data Models for Specific Industries [Len Silverston] on site. com. The Data Model Resource Book, Volume 2 and millions of other books are. A quick and reliable way to build proven databases for core business functions. Industry experts raved about The Data Model Resource Book when it was first. A quick and reliable way to build proven databases for core business functions Industry experts raved about The Data Model Resource Book when it was first.


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CHAPTER 1 Introduction Why Is There a Need for This Book? When organizations develop custom information systems or strive to integrate their existing. The Data Model Resource Book, Vol. 2: A Library of Data Models by Industry Types Analysis of variance for random models, vol Unbalanced data. Compre The Data Model Resource Book, Volume 2: A Library of Universal Data Models by Industry Types (English Edition) de Len Silverston na gonddetheppolad.ml .

The patterns have found their way into the core of our Enterprise Information Model, our data warehouse designs, and progressively into key business function databases.

We are getting to reuse the patterns across projects and are reaping benefits in understanding, flexibility, and time-to-market. Thanks so much.

Data models become stable, but remain very flexible to accommodate changes. These data modeling design patterns have helped us to focus on the essential business issues because we have leveraged these reusable building blocks for many of the standard design problems. These design patterns have also helped us to evaluate the quality of data models for their intended purpose. Many times there are a lot of enhancements required.

Too often the very specialized business-oriented data model is also implemented physically. Len's concepts, insights and models provide a valuable contribution to data architecture.

The material is clearly written, well organized, and goes below the obvious to some of the more perverse and difficult information requirements in an enterprise. This is an invaluable resource for doing one's homework before diving into any modeling session; if you can't find it here, there is certainly a very similar template that you can use for just about any situation with which you might be faced.

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Data architects must comprehend complex requirements and recast them into data architecture with vision for unforeseen futures. Len's models provide an outstanding starting point for novice and advanced data architects for delivering flexible data models. These models position an organization for the business rule age. Their proper implementation and customization allows the organization to externalize and manage business policies and rules so that the business can proactively change itself.

In this way, the data architecture, based on Len's models and procedures for customizing them, becomes by design the foundation for business change. Co-author of Handbook of Relational Database Design "These books are long overdue and a must for any company implementing universal data models.

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They contain practical insights and templates for implementing universal data models and can help all enterprises regardless of their level of experience. Most books address the needs for data models but give little in the way of practical advice. These books fill in that void and should be utilized by all enterprises.

This company did not believe the dictum that "all companies are basically the same;" they felt they were somehow unique. After a little analysis with Len Silverston's help, we found that we were actually quite a bit the same: All we had to do was adapt the product component of Len's book and we were ready to move ahead with a great framework for all of our data.

We then began mapping all of our detailed data types to the enterprise model and, voila, we could find a place for all of those various spellings and misspellings of Account Number. Volume 2 of this revised edition provided even more exciting features: I began to see interesting patterns that permeated this volume.

For example, a reservation is a reservation, whether you're an airline, a restaurant, or a hotel. We even have something similar in the oil industry--the allocation. Another concept from the book that has changed my thinking and vocabulary is the word "party.

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The team was in disagreement regarding a name for this entity; but after checking The Data Model Resource Book, we realized that here we had a party playing three roles. Whether your job is to jump-start a data warehouse project or borrow ideas for any subject area in your next operational database, I highly recommend The Data Model Resource Books, Revised Edition, Volumes 1 and 2 as your bible for design. A Facilitator's Handbook. Detalhes do produto Formato: Habilitado X-Ray: Appendix D: Entities and Attributes for Insurance Models.

The Data Model Resource Book, Volume 2 : A Library of Universal Data Models by Industry Types

Appendix E: Entities and Attributes for Financial Services Models. Appendix F: Entities and Attributes for Professional Services Models.

Appendix G: Entities and Attributes for Travel Models. Appendix H: Entities and Attributes for E-Commerce Models. Appendix I: List of Entities and Their Associated Figures. Reviews "I thought the models in the books were well thought out and adequately explained.

The Data Model Resource Book, Volume 2: A Library of Universal Data Models by Industry Types

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With each business function boasting its own directory, this CD-ROM provides a variety of data models for specific implementations in such areas as financial services, insurance, retail, healthcare, universities, and telecom. Published author in music, psychology, and data management.

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