Juan Trujillo focuses on Data warehouse, Unified Modeling Language, Data mining, Software engineering and Database. The study incorporates disciplines such as Data science, Conceptual model, Set and Dimensional modeling in addition to Data warehouse. His research in the fields of Applications of UML overlaps with other disciplines such as Health care.
His Data mining study incorporates themes from Software development, Information needs and Logical conjunction. In his research, Model-driven architecture is intimately related to Component, which falls under the overarching field of Database. While the research belongs to areas of Modeling language, Juan Trujillo spends his time largely on the problem of Object Constraint Language, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Online analytical processing.
Juan Trujillo mainly investigates Data warehouse, Unified Modeling Language, Database, Online analytical processing and Software engineering. His Data warehouse study is concerned with the larger field of Data mining. The various areas that he examines in his Unified Modeling Language study include Data modeling and Modeling language.
His studies deal with areas such as Common Warehouse Metamodel, Cwm, Metadata and Code as well as Database. His Online analytical processing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Object-oriented programming, Information retrieval and Decision-making. His research integrates issues of Business intelligence and Big data in his study of Data science.
His main research concerns Big data, Data science, Data warehouse, Business intelligence and Performance indicator. Juan Trujillo has researched Big data in several fields, including Data management, Risk analysis, Visualization, Data visualization and Data cube. His study in Data science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Data modeling, Visual analytics, Data mining and Datawarehouses.
His study with Data warehouse involves better knowledge in Database. His Database research incorporates themes from Metadata and Metamodeling. His studies in Business intelligence integrate themes in fields like Analytics and Information needs.
Juan Trujillo mostly deals with Data science, Business intelligence, Big data, Visualization and Data visualization. He has included themes like Data modeling, Ontology, Decision tree, Knowledge acquisition and Semantics in his Data science study. His Data modeling study combines topics in areas such as Process modeling, Information visualization, Analytics and Information needs.
His Business intelligence research includes elements of Question answering, Information retrieval, Data warehouse and Unstructured data. Data warehouse is a subfield of Database that Juan Trujillo tackles. His work on Creative visualization and Visual analytics as part of general Visualization study is frequently connected to Best practice, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
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A UML profile for multidimensional modeling in data warehouses
Sergio Luján-Mora;Juan Trujillo;Il-Yeol Song.
data and knowledge engineering (2006)
Research in data warehouse modeling and design: dead or alive?
Stefano Rizzi;Alberto Abelló;Jens Lechtenbörger;Juan Trujillo.
data warehousing and olap (2006)
A UML Based Approach for Modeling ETL Processes in Data Warehouses
Juan Trujillo;Sergio Luján-Mora.
international conference on conceptual modeling (2003)
An MDA approach for the development of data warehouses
Jose-Norberto Mazón;Juan Trujillo.
decision support systems (2008)
A model-driven goal-oriented requirement engineering approach for data warehouses
Jose-Norberto Mazón;Jesús Pardillo;Juan Trujillo.
international conference on conceptual modeling (2007)
Data Mapping Diagrams for Data Warehouse Design with UML
Sergio Luján-Mora;Panos Vassiliadis;Juan Trujillo.
international conference on conceptual modeling (2004)
Reconciling requirement-driven data warehouses with data sources via multidimensional normal forms
Jose-Norberto Mazón;Juan Trujillo;Jens Lechtenbörger.
data and knowledge engineering (2007)
Extending the UML for Multidimensional Modeling
Sergio Luján-Mora;Juan Trujillo;Il-Yeol Song.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (2002)
Fusion Cubes: Towards Self-Service Business Intelligence
Alberto Abelló;Jérôme Darmont;Lorena Etcheverry;Matteo Golfarelli.
International Journal of Data Warehousing and Mining (2013)
A survey on summarizability issues in multidimensional modeling
Jose-Norberto Mazón;Jens Lechtenbörger;Juan Trujillo.
data and knowledge engineering (2009)
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