Matlab Routines Used for Real Time ETL Method

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This paper describes how to build routines in Matlab environment for improved ETL process. New architecture real time ETL process stills automated without human – database administrator interference, in cost of reduced accuracy rendered by level of trust. This method is constructed in Matlab environment, due to simple transformation and convert routines and functions. Important is the selection of proper environment for implementation of real time ETL process. Using enhanced architecture of real time ETL process implemented in Matlab make this process stills automated without human – database administrator interference, in cost of reduced accuracy. This method provides a simple transformation and converting routines and functions. First we are describing advantages of Matlab environment followed by real time ETL process description and problem how to achieve real – time in real world. In next part we present our enhanced near real time ETL model with new architecture. And finally we show how to use Matlab routines and toolkit to achieve simplicity in ETL phases of data warehouse needed for simulation and modeling.

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Mohamed Othman

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2125-2129

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R. Halenar, "Matlab Routines Used for Real Time ETL Method", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 2125-2129, 2012

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November 2012

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