Business Intelligence and the Web

Castellanos, Malu; Daniel, Florian; Garrigós, Irene; Mazón, Jose-Norberto
July 2013
Information Systems Frontiers;Jul2013, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p307
Academic Journal
An introduction is presented which discusses various reports within the issue on topics including structured information queried by Web users from Web pages, significance of Web opinion feeds as sources of information for companies, and a fuzzy model-based multidimensional data model.


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