Demonstrates the ways in which on-line analytical processing can present data in several dimensions, and thus provides new insights into organizational and business problem solving.... the desired result on a real object, so that workers would know what to do with the object without consulting manuals or blueprints. ... The goggles could also reflect schematic and wiring diagrams, location of drill holes, and other information. ... The color red could be used to indicate where sales efforts have been and will be lagging, and the color green could indicate increased sales. ... If they are wrong, it will not be for any want of ambition or confidence among pioneers in the field.
|Title||:||On-line Analytical Processing Systems for Business|
|Author||:||Robert J. Thierauf|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1997|