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Inhalt Invited Talk.- On Tractable Queries and Constraints.- Object-Orientation I.- Instances Evolution Vs Classes Evolution.- Dyn... Weiterlesen
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Invited Talk.- On Tractable Queries and Constraints.- Object-Orientation I.- Instances Evolution Vs Classes Evolution.- Dynamic Relationships in Object Oriented Databases: A Uniform Approach.- IFOOD: An Intelligent Object-Oriented Database Architecture.- An OODBMS-IRS Integration Based on a Statistical Corpus Extraction Method for Document Management.- Query Aspects I.- Controlled Hypertextual Navigation in the SgmlQL Language.- SECONDO/QP: Implementation of a Generic Query Processor.- Hybrid Simultaneous Scheduling and Mapping in SQL Multi-query Parallelization.- Cluster-Based Database Selection Techniques for Routing Bibliographic Queries.- Fundamentals for Applications I.- Developing Patterns as a Mechanism for Assisting the Management of Knowledge in the Context of Conducting Organisational Change.- Knowledge Acquisition for Mobile Robot Environment Mapping.- Text Understanding for Knowledge Base Generation in the SYNDICATE System.- Knowledge Discovery with the Associative Memory Modell Neunet.- Advanced Databases I.- Tracking Mobile Users Utilizing Their Frequently Visited Locations.- VPSF: A Parallel Signature File Technique Using Vertical Partitioning and Extendable Hashing.- A Case for Deltas in Business-to-Business Electronic Commerce.- Flexible Workflow Management Systems: An Approach Based on Generic Process Models.- Object-Orientation II.- Object-Based Ordered Delivery of Messages in Object-Based Systems.- Storage and Retrieval of XML Documents Using Object-Relational Databases.- Query Aspects II.- SQL/LPP: A Time Series Extension of SQL Based on Limited Patience Patterns.- A Knowledge Based Approach for Modeling and Querying Multidimensional Databases.- An Incremental Hypercube Approach for Finding Best Matches for Vague Queries.- Fundamentals for Applications II.- Formalising Ontologies and Their Relations.- Is this Argument Justified, Overruled or Defensible?.- Addressing Efficiency Issues During the Process of Integrity Maintenance.- Advanced Databases II.- Quality and Recommendation of Multi-Source Data for Assisting Technological Intelligence Applications.- Benchmarking Attribute Cardinality Maps for Database Systems Using the TPC-D Specifications.- Using Self-organizing Maps to Organize Document Archives and to Characterize Subject Matters: How to Make a Map Tell the News of the World.- Object-Orientation III.- Combining C-signature with Path Dictionary for Query Processing of Nested Objects in OODBS.- A CORBA Object-based Caching with Consistency.- From Object-Oriented Conceptual Modeling to Component-Based Development.- Query Aspects III.- Query Processing in Relationlog.- Rewriting Queries using Views.- A Query Subsumption Technique.- Fundamentals for Applications III.- A Conference Key Multicasting Scheme Using Knapsack and Secret Sharing.- Verify Updating Trigger Correctness.- A Flexible Weighting Scheme for Multimedia Documents.- Advanced Databases III.- A Fast Method for Ensuring the Consistency of Integrity Constraints.- A Mechanism for Deriving Specifications of Security Functions in the Common Criteria Framework.- Object-Orientation IV.- Efficient Retrieval of Structured Documents from Object-Relational Databases.- Analysis of Active Database Rules Behaviour Using Rewriting Logic.- Parallel Object Server - Architecture and Performance.- Using Contextual Fuzzy Views to Query Imprecise Data.- Using Contextual Fuzzy Views to Query Imprecise Data.- Combining Pat-Trees and Signature Files for Query Evaluation in Document Databases.- Combining Pat-Trees and Signature Files for Query Evaluation in Document Databases.- Answering Queries by Semantic Caches.- Answering Queries by Semantic Caches.- Fundamentals for Applications IV.- Simulating the Interaction of Database Agents.- Automatic and Semantic Techniques for Scheme Integration and Scheme Abstraction.- Dialogue Management in a Virtual College.- Advanced Databases IV.- Meta Data Based EDI for Small Enterprises.- Database Challenges for Genome Information in the Post Sequencing Phase Moussouni.- Supporting Teams in Virtual Organizations.- Object-Orientation V.- If We Refuse the Inheritance.- Viewpoints Handling in an Object Model with Criterium-Based Classes.- Query Aspects V.- The Constructive Method for Query Containment Checking.- On the Specification of Representation-Based Conditions in a Context of Incomplete Databases.- Fundamentals for Applications V.- Methods and Interpretation of Database Summarisation.- An Efficient Scalable Parallel View Maintenance Algorithm for Shared Nothing Multi-processor Machines.- Using Back Propagation Algorithm and Genetic Algorithm to Train and Refine Neural Networks for Object Detection.- Advanced Databases V.- An Adaptive, Maintainable, Extensible Process Agent.- Metadata, a "Semantic" Approach.- Heterogeneous, Distributed and Federated Database Systems I.- HEROSfw: A Framework for Heterogeneous Database Systems Integration.- Resolving Ontological Heterogeneity in the KRAFT Project.- Generation of Conceptual Wrappers for Legacy Databases.- Transactions I.- Design and Implementation of Linear Hash Algorithm in a Nested Transaction Environment.- Supporting Partial Isolation in Flat Transactions.- Applications I.- Using a Similarity Measurement to Partition a Vocabulary of Medical Concepts.- A Study on Musical Features for Melody Databases.- Using Multimedia in Aeronautical Technical Documentation.- Data-Warehousing and Data-Mining I.- Invited Talk: Data Warehouse Design and Maintenance through View Normalizaiton.- Cleansing Data for Mining and Warehousing.- DROLAP - A Dense-Region Based Approach to On-Line Analytical Processing.- Heterogeneous, Distributed and Federated Database Systems II.- Availability and Reliability Issues in Distributed Databases Using Optimal Horizontal Fragmentation.- Object Clustering Methods and a Query Decomposition Strategy for Distributed Object-Based Information Systems.- Dynamic Adjustment of Localized Constraints.- Solent - A Platform for Distributed Open Hypermedia Applications.- Transactions II.- Concurrency Control for Global Transaction Management in MDBSs.- Transactional Computation.- Database Versions to Represent Bitemporal Databases.- Applications II.- A Case Study in Information Delivery to Mass Retail Markets.- Towards a Scalable System Architecture in Digital Libraries.- MOSAIC: A Multi-feature Access Method for Large Image Databases.- Data-Warehousing and Data-Mining II.- Enhancing Data Warehousing with Fuzzy Technology.- Mining Several Databases with an Ensemble of Classifiers.- WebTool: An Integrated Framework for Data Mining.- Heterogeneous, Distributed and Federated Database Systems III.- Local and Federated Database Schemas Evolution. An Impact Propagation Model.- Adaptive Caching Management for Multimedia Suppor.- An Approach Towards Virtual Global Information Systems.- Transactions III.- Transaction Shipping Approach for Mobile Distributed Real-Time Databases.- Distributed Global Transaction Support for Workflow Management Applications.- Spatial Aspects I.- Update Propagation of Replicated Data in Distributed Spatial Databases.- Split Algorithms for Sets of High-Dimensional Objects.- Spatio-Temporal Multimedia Presentations as Database Objects.- World Wide Web Applications I.- WWW Bookmark Modeling and Visualization: A Fuzzy Based Approach.- PTA - A Personal Translation Assistant for Accessing the World Wide Web.- Temporal Aspects.- Reasoning about Events with Imprecise Location and Multiple Granularities.- Effective Temporal Aggregation Using Point-Based Trees.- Temporal Indexing with Multidimensional File Structures.- Communicating Time-Oriented, Skeletal Plans to Domain Experts Lucidly.- Spatial Aspects II.- More BANG for Your Buck: A Performance Comparison of BANG and R* Spatial Indexing.- A High-Performance Spatial Storage System Based on Main-Memory Database Architecture.- World Wide Web Applications II.- On the Feasibility of Website Refresh Queries.- Building CyberBroker in Digital Marketplaces Using Java and CORBA.- Invited Talk.- Experiments in Adaptable and Secure Multimedia Database Systems (Invited Paper).


Titel: Database and Expert Systems Applications
Untertitel: 10th International Conference, DEXA'99, Florence, Italy, August 30 - September 3, 1999, Proceedings
EAN: 9783540483090
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Genre: IT & Internet
Veröffentlichung: 31.07.2003
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Anzahl Seiten: 1110

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