Study of Indoor Radon Using Data Mining Models Based on OLAP Cubes

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Javier García-Tobar

Abstract

This research has focused on a radon measurement campaign that was carried out in two dwellings in a residential building located in Madrid. A new methodology has been used in this field, such as the use of cubes based on On-Line Analytical Processing in SQL Server Analysis Services. The application of this methodology can be of particular interest in analysing thousands of radon measurements and complementary variables, which are easily obtained in any radon measurement campaign.

Keywords:
Radon, OLAP, indoor air quality, clustering

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García-Tobar, J. (2020). Study of Indoor Radon Using Data Mining Models Based on OLAP Cubes. Physical Science International Journal, 24(10), 53-61. https://doi.org/10.9734/psij/2020/v24i1030219
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Original Research Article

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