Meeting the Challenges of Met Data with Mysql

Publication Year:
2006
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Repository URL:
https://epublications.regis.edu/theses/434
Author(s):
Ciolek, Thomas S.
Publisher(s):
Regis University, Dayton Memorial Library
Tags:
MySQL; database design; relational databases; atmospheric dispersion modeling system; Regis University MSCIT thesis; College for Professional Studies; MS Computer and Information Technology; School of Computer & Information Science; Computer Sciences; Physical Sciences and Mathematics
thesis / dissertation description
The objective of this project is to develop a relational database housing meteorological data used in direct support of emergency response activities for an atmospheric consulting firm, hereon referred to by the pseudonym WindInc. The intent is to demonstrate to WindInc how a relational database system would be superior to their present flat-file approach by providing the flexibility, performance, and reliability needed to meet their ever-increasing business demands, while simultaneously boosting the performance of their atmospheric dispersion modeling system.