Damia: data mashups for intranet applications

Damia: data mashups for intranet applications Damia: Data Mashups for Intranet Applications David E. Simmen, Mehmet Altinel, Volker Markl, Sriram Padmanabhan, Ashutosh Singh IBM Almaden Research Center 650 Harry Road San Jose, CA 95120, USA {simmen, maltinel, marklv, srp, asingh}@us.ibm.com systems, and corporate intranets in the form of spreadsheets, presentations, email, web services, HTML pages, etc. There is a wealth of valuable information to be gleaned from such data; consequently, there is an increasing demand for applications that can consume it, combine it with data in corporate databases, content management systems, and other IT managed repositories, and then to transform the combined data into timely information. Consider, for example, a scenario where a prudent bank manager wants to be notified when a recent job applicant's credit score dips below 500, so that she might avoid a potentially costly hiring mistake by dropping an irresponsible applicant from consideration. Data on recent applicants resides on her desktop, in a personal spreadsheet. Access to credit scores is available via a corporate database. She persuades a contract programmer in the accounting department to build her a web application that combines the data from these two sources on demand, producing an ATOM feed that she can view for changes http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Damia: data mashups for intranet applications

Association for Computing Machinery — Jun 9, 2008

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Association for Computing Machinery
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Copyright © 2008 by ACM Inc.
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978-1-60558-102-6
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10.1145/1376616.1376734
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Damia: Data Mashups for Intranet Applications David E. Simmen, Mehmet Altinel, Volker Markl, Sriram Padmanabhan, Ashutosh Singh IBM Almaden Research Center 650 Harry Road San Jose, CA 95120, USA {simmen, maltinel, marklv, srp, asingh}@us.ibm.com systems, and corporate intranets in the form of spreadsheets, presentations, email, web services, HTML pages, etc. There is a wealth of valuable information to be gleaned from such data; consequently, there is an increasing demand for applications that can consume it, combine it with data in corporate databases, content management systems, and other IT managed repositories, and then to transform the combined data into timely information. Consider, for example, a scenario where a prudent bank manager wants to be notified when a recent job applicant's credit score dips below 500, so that she might avoid a potentially costly hiring mistake by dropping an irresponsible applicant from consideration. Data on recent applicants resides on her desktop, in a personal spreadsheet. Access to credit scores is available via a corporate database. She persuades a contract programmer in the accounting department to build her a web application that combines the data from these two sources on demand, producing an ATOM feed that she can view for changes

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