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Tapping into Unstructured Data: Integrating Unstructured Data and Textual Analytics into Business Intelligence by William H. Inmon, Anthony Nesavich

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Chapter 13. Merging Unstructured Databases into the Data Warehouse

The output of unstructured data integration is a database. The database can be either a database keyed on document/word or a database keyed on one or more identifiers. Figure 13-1 shows the output of unstructured data processing and the resulting databases.

The two types of databases that can be created from structured and semistructured data

Figure 13-1. The two types of databases that can be created from structured and semistructured data

Of course, if the source is unstructured data, the database is likely to be a document/word database, and if the source is semistructured data, the database is likely to be an ID 1, ID 2, ID 3. . . database.

The question then becomes: ...

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