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Reengineering of Data Warehouse of Public Sector
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Ashok Kumar, Anil Kumar
Data warehouse, data model, process model, legacy system
Data warehouse is a process of evolution and is a silver bullet of any one sector either public sector or private sector. As is universal truth, after specific time period database of these sector degrade its performance due to several reason, therefore reengineering of data warehouse is needed to increases the performance of data warehouse and reduces the risk associated with the modification of application
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