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Method and System for Building Domain Specific Common Analytical Data Models

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000209752D
Publication Date: 2011-Aug-12
Document File: 1 page(s) / 21K

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Abstract

A method and system for building domain specific common analytical data models is disclosed. The method includes consolidating domain specific details into common analytical data models.

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Method and System for Building Domain Specific Common Analytical Data Models

Disclosed is a method and system for building domain specific common analytical data models. Domain specific data may correspond to details or information of a service that are of value to a group of customers. Domain specific data are monitored and maintained in a data repository. For example, in electrical transmission and distribution system, power consumption of a group of customers over a week's time corresponds to domain specific data that may be maintained in a data repository. In an embodiment, the domain specific data is maintained in a data repository to monitor and keep track of different functionalities such as power consumption, power failure, maintenance and power-cut scheduling.

The method disclosed herein involves identifying industries that are employed by a group or community of customers, where each industry has its own domain specific data. Industries may correspond to any service providing industry such as, but not limited to, water, gas or electricity systems. Initially, different functionalities or sub-domains such as condition monitoring, failure analysis, usage analysis, maintenance planning, maintenance scheduling etc within different industries are identified. Thereafter, customer data requirements for each functionality in form of entities and associated attributes are defined. Also, common entities under different functionalities are identified and consolidated as a single common entity. Similarly, common attributes associated w...