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Data Wharehousing OLAP Data Mining S. Costantini Università degli Studi di L’Aquila firstname.lastname@example.org
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing2 Ringraziamenti (Acknowledgment) Part of this material is taken from: Database Systems: The Complete Book, by Hector Garcia-Molina, Jeff Ullman, and Jennifer Widom, edited by Prentice-Hall.Hector Garcia-MolinaJeff UllmanJennifer Widom URL: http://www-db.stanford.edu/~ullman/dscb.html
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing3 Cos’è in sostanza un Data Wharehouse? E’ una vista materializzata Aggiornata a intervalli stabiliti (a seconda dell’applicazione) E’ un cosiddetto “sistema di integrazione di dati” perché può contenere dati provenienti da vari database (detti “sorgenti”)
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing4 Perché i Data Warehouse? Perché le query di analisi statistica ed esame dei dati per estrarne varie informazioni (dette query “OLAP”, vedi seguito) sono pesanti e diminuiscono troppo la performance del sistema. Però non necessitano della versione più aggiornata dei dati.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing5 Perché i Data Wharehouse Allora conviene separare le query usuali dalle query OLAP, creando per queste ultime un Data Wharehouse Per le query OLAP il modello relazionale non è ottimale, quindi nel creare un Data Wharehouse il modello dei dati viene modificato.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing6 Observation Traditional database systems are tuned to many, small, simple queries. Some new applications use fewer, more time-consuming, complex queries. New architectures have been developed to handle complex “analytic” queries efficiently.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing7 The Data Warehouse The most common form of data integration. –Copy sources into a single DB (warehouse) and try to keep it up-to-date. –Usual method: periodic reconstruction of the warehouse, perhaps overnight. –Frequently essential for analytic queries.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing8 OLTP Most database operations involve On- Line Transaction Processing (OTLP). –Short, simple, frequent queries and/or modifications, each involving a small number of tuples. –Examples: Answering queries from a Web interface, sales at cash registers, selling airline tickets.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing9 OLAP Of increasing importance are On-Line Application Processing (OLAP) queries. –Few, but complex queries --- may run for hours. –Queries do not depend on having an absolutely up-to-date database.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing10 OLAP Examples 1.Amazon analyzes purchases by its customers to come up with an individual screen with products of likely interest to the customer. 2.Analysts at Wal-Mart look for items with increasing sales in some region.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing11 Data Warehouses Doing OLTP and OLAP in the same database system is often impractical –Different performance requirements –Analysis queries require data from many sources Solution: Build a “data warehouse” –Copy data from various OLTP systems –Optimize data organization, system tuning for OLAP –Transactions aren’t slowed by big analysis queries –Periodically refresh the data in the warehouse
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing12 Common Architecture Relational Databases handle OLTP. Local databases copied to a central warehouse overnight. Analysts use the warehouse for OLAP.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing13 Definition of data warehousing A data warehouse is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant and non- volatile collection of data in support of management’s decision making process.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing14 Loading the Data Warehouse Source Systems Data Staging Area Data Warehouse (OLTP) Data is periodically extracted Data is cleansed and transformed Users query the data warehouse
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing15 Data Mining Data mining is a popular term for queries that summarize big data sets in useful ways. Examples: 1.Clustering all Web pages by topic. 2.Finding characteristics of fraudulent credit-card use.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing16 Data Warehouse Customers Etc… VendorsEtc… Orders Data Warehouse Enterprise “Database” Transactions Copied, organized summarized Data Mining Data Miners: “Farmers” – they know “Explorers” - unpredictable
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing17 Market-Basket Data An important form of mining from relational data involves market baskets = sets of “items” that are purchased together as a customer leaves a store. Summary of basket data is frequent itemsets = sets of items that often appear together in baskets.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing18 Data Mining Flavors Directed – Attempts to explain or categorize some particular target field such as income or response. Undirected – Attempts to find patterns or similarities among groups of records without the use of a particular target field or collection of predefined classes.
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing19 Data Mining Examples in Enterprises Government –Track down criminals (Police also) –Treasury Dept – suspicious int’l funds transfer Phone companies Supermarkets & Superstores Mail-Order, On-Line Order
S. Costantini / Data Wharehousing20 Data Mining Examples in Enterprises Financial Institutions Insurance Companies Web sites Many others…