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Building the Unstructured Data Warehouse: Architecture, Analysis, and Design by Krish Krishnan, W. H. Inmon

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When one looks at the unstructured data warehouse, it is easy to draw the conclusion that the unstructured data warehouse is a single large table. Such is not the case at all. The unstructured data warehouse is a collection of separate tables. The separate physical tables are logically (and loosely) connected. The physical separation of the tables is greatly advantageous in the face of large volumes of data. When tables are physically divided, they can be managed separately. Back up, loading, and even searching can be done individually. By having many separate physical tables:

·         The work done against any one table can be done quickly

·         The work done against all tables can be done in parallel ...

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