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A framework for data cleaning in data warehouses
  It is a persistent challenge to achieve a high quality of data in data warehouses. Data cleaning is a crucial task for such a challenge. To deal with this challenge, a set of methods and tools has been developed. However, there are still at least two questions needed to be answered: How to improve the efficiency while performing data cleaning? How to improve the degree of automation when performing data cleaning? This paper challenges these two questions by presenting a novel framework, which provides an approach to managing data cleaning in data warehouses by focusing on the use of data quality dimensions, and decoupling a cleaning process into several sub-processes. Initial test run of the processes in the framework demonstrates that the approach presented is efficient and scalable for data cleaning in data warehouses.

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    31 December 2008

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    Springer Verlag

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  • Library of Congress:

    QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science


Peng, T. (2008). A framework for data cleaning in data warehouses. Enterprise Information Systems, 473-478



data cleaning; data warehouse; performance efficiency; automation; data quallity; decoupling; scalable;

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