Traditional schema model, Computer Engineering

(a) Why did SAP introduce the extended star schema? Explain why it is reported to be better than the traditional schema model?

(b) What is the difference between a dimension used in a traditional star schema and SAPs' extended star schema?

(c) Describe what is meant by an In Line Dimension.

Explain how a business intelligence system might provide an organisation with a competitive advantage.

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