xxii High-Function Business Intelligence in e-business
Aakash Bordia
Daniel DeKimpe
Gregor Meyer
IBM Silicon Valley Laboratory
Yvonne Lyon, for her technical editing and FrameMaker expertise
IBM International Technical Support Organization, San Jose Center
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