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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Data warehouses (DW) and OLAP systems are business intelligence technologies allowing the on-line analysis of huge volume of data according to users' needs. The success of DW projects essentially depends on the design phase where functional requirements meet data sources (mixed design methodology) (Phipps and Davis, 2002) . However, when dealing with complex applications existing design methodologies seem inefficient since decision-makers define functional requirements that cannot be deduceddoi:10.1007/978-3-319-29133-8_14 fatcat:e7ma2eepuba4jmxotbefkeswum