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Confusing Models with Reality

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by David Loshin



Knowledge Integrity president David Loshin discusses the problem of mistaking analytical inferences for truth, and misconceptions about abstractions and the models they represent.

About the author

David Loshin is the President of Knowledge Integrity, Inc, (www.knowledge-integrity.com), a consulting company focusing on customized information management solutions including information quality consulting and training, business intelligence, metadata, and data standards management. David is among Knowledge Integrity’s recognized experts in information management, contributing to Intelligent Enterprise, DM Review, and The Data Administration Newsletter (www.tdan.com) and is a channel expert for the Business Intelligence network (www.b-eye-network.com). David’s latest book is “Master Data Management” published by The MK/OMG Press in September 2008. His book, “Business Intelligence: The Savvy Manager’s Guide” (June 2003), has been hailed as a resource allowing readers to “gain an understanding of business intelligence, business management disciplines, data warehousing, and how all of the pieces work together.” David has created courses for The Data Warehousing Institute, presented at DAMA/Meta Data conferences, taught tutorials on data quality at a number of venues, and as a representative of Knowledge Integrity is often called upon to provide insights and thought leadership to the Information Management community.

  • John Biderman

    Excellent excellent!

  • Thanks John!

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