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In light of the proliferation of the World Wide Web (web), the future of large database management lies in addressing the problems of sifting through structured data sources (e.g., data warehouses) with the same tools that are used for sifting through unstructured sources (e.g., web). Doing so will enable faster and more specific decision making as well as facilitate reusable decision support components (e.g., a transferable set of decision support rules). The purpose of this paper is todoi:10.1109/hicss.2000.926902 dblp:conf/hicss/McCownM00 fatcat:r2h63baennbf3lddbyij3b6pha