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ETL Process Modeling Conceptual for Data Warehouses: A Systematic Mapping Study
BACKGROUND: A data warehouse (DW) is an integrated collection of subject-oriented data in the support of decision making. Importantly, the integration of data sources is achieved through the use of ETL (Extract, Transform, ...
Comparative study of the thermal fluctuations effects on the classical Stoner-Wohlfarth and analytical vector hysteron models
(Elsevier Science, 2014-03)
In this work we present a comparative study of the classical Stoner Wohlfarth model and the analytical vector hysteron model. We analyze the hysteretic behavior description when the thermal fluctuations are included. We ...
Application of a new rheological model to rock avalanches: an SPH approach
(Springer Wien, 2016-06)
Rock avalanches move large volumes of material causing a highly destructive power over large areas. In these events, it is possible to monitor the evolution of slopes but failure cannot be always prevented. For this reason, ...
A cognitive approach to develop dynamic models: Application to polymerization systems
(John Wiley & Sons IncHobokenEUA, 2007)
Comparison of Two Detailed Models of Aedes aegypti Population Dynamics
(John Wiley & Sons, 2016-10)
The success of control programs for mosquito-borne diseases can be enhanced by crucial information provided by models of the mosquito populations. Models, however, can differ in their structure, complexity, and biological ...
Multiple model approach to modelling of Escherichia coli fed-batch cultivation extracellular production of bacterial phytase
(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, 2007)
Understanding the cyclic response of RC walls with setback discontinuities through a finite element model and a strut-and-tie model
(Springer Netherlands, 2019)
Slender RC walls are often used in Chile and commonly, due to architectural constraint, the length of walls increases (setback) between floors designated for parking space and upper floors. These types of elements are ...