Reed Business Information
The data warehouse design task needs to consider both the end-user requirements and the organization data sources. For this reason, the data warehouse design has been traditionally considered a reengineering process, guided by requirements, from the data sources. Most current design methods available demand highly-expressive end-user requirements as input, in order to carry out the exploration and analysis of the data sources. However, the task to elicit the end-user information requirements might result in a thorough task.