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Managing Metadata in Data Warehouses: Pitfalls and Possibilities

G. Shankaranarayanan, Adir Even
2004 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Based on these analyses, topics for further research on metadata are proposed. warehouse demands sophisticated back-end processing.  ...  On the end-user side, the data serves multiple decision-making needs and must be secure, of high quality, and accessed speedily.  ...  DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH An important observation is the significant difference in how technical and business metadata are perceived.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01413 fatcat:ws2bovqztrehzh3zhw44c2nuay

The 11th workshop on active internet measurements (AIMS-11) workshop report

K C Claffy, David Clark
2019 Computer communication review  
Other agenda topics included status updates on recent measurement infrastructures and community feedback; measurement of poorly confgured infrastructure; and recent successes and approaches to evolving  ...  We discussed tradeofs in use of commercial cloud services to to make measurement results more accessible and informative to researchers in various disciplines.  ...  two research and education networks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3371927.3371933 fatcat:3kkuqbcshbh7nihmacz6rojn4y

Developing data production maps: meeting patient discharge data submission requirements

Bruce Davidson, Yang W. Lee, Richard Wang
2004 International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management  
Recent research in information quality management concluded that firms must manage information as a product, and that the entire information manufacturing system must be managed in order to enable firms  ...  Implications and lessons learned are also discussed.  ...  Current research in this area focuses on formal mathematical properties of information product maps (IPMAP), such as tractability from one node of the map to another, standards for IPMAP notations and  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijhtm.2004.004978 fatcat:7hyvlhl2dbcmdka32nwbadrevy

Light-green regulation? [chapter]

Brad Millington, Brian Wilson
2016 The greening of golf  
), the PMRA, advisory bodies, scientists reviewing pesticide studies, and of course industry, who supply research in support of their products.  ...  In another sense, IPMAP itself began as an industry-led programme (IPM Council of Canada, 2013b).  ... 
doi:10.7765/9781526107039.00016 fatcat:xwketozswvbofosr4hyb7r7r4e

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Internet latency: a large-scale study [article]

Massimo Candela, Valerio Luconi, Alessio Vecchio
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The impact is not negligible also for the other countries and for the whole of Europe, but with different levels and distinct patterns.  ...  The study focuses on Italy, which experienced significant restrictions imposed by local authorities, but results about Spain, France, Germany, Sweden, and the whole of Europe are also included.  ...  In [14] , authors studied the effects of the Taiwan 2006 earthquake on the Asian Internet, from the viewpoint of interdomain routing and traffic in research and educational networks.  ... 
arXiv:2005.06127v2 fatcat:bfgxhqvgsnhktm5w2644s6pwoy

Retrospective IP Address Geolocation for Geography-Aware Internet Services

Dan Komosny
2021 Sensors  
This retrospective geolocation suffers from continuous changes in the Internet space and a limited availability of past IP location databases.  ...  The results show that it is safe to retrospectively locate IP addresses by a couple of years, but there are differences between IPv4 and IPv6.  ...  All historical and processed data used in this work were made available for reproducibility and further research [9] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21154975 fatcat:neho5k62cvg4lpb4mbj7vcxtqi

Gravitational and space biology at the cellular level [chapter]

David Moore, Augusto Cogoli
1996 Biological and Medical Research in Space  
of the research.  ...  Direct involvement of the cytoskeletal system in shear-dependent gravity sensing in plants seems most probable from recent research (see Section and the elegant experiments in orbit and in sounding  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-61099-8_1 fatcat:jeraubx2ljbbzea2pnzdx2m2ly

Crowdsourcing as a guardian of transparency, privacy, and anti-discrimination in a personalized web

Kostas Iordanou, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Georgios Smaragdakis, Nikolaos Laoutaris
local or server-side browsing history and state.  ...  targeted web advertisements and investigate how targeted ads can be detected in real-time. (3) Next, I focus on web tracking and develop a methodology to measure the levels of compliance as defined by  ...  An important step towards this direction is for end-users being able to single out and report the ads that violate privacy norms and laws. The research community has been active in this direction.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-8207 fatcat:tooserisovdexhwoxx5nbsic3y