[OT] The One Hundred Year Data Model

"Jérôme M. Berger" jeberger at free.fr
Sat May 15 10:46:25 PDT 2010

Spacen Jasset wrote:
> What about the dimensional database model. Where each attribute is
> effectively a dimension. This has been around for a while and it popular
> in data warehousing applications. Data is king these days and extracting
> information from it easily is what everyone wants to do that has a lot
> of data.
> I am surprised to find that there don't really appear to be many open
> source libraries to support this sort of thing. Like for example sqllite
> in the RDBMS field. There is jbase with it's multi valued fields and so
> on, but as far as I can tell it is built on top of a relational model
> which is more OLAP. Whereas I think I am thinking more along the lines
> of MOLAP.

	Funny, just after reading your post I discovered mdds which looks
like what you're describing: http://code.google.com/p/multidimalgorithm/

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