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Current Trends in Database Technology - EDBT 2006

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed joint post-proceedings of nine workshops held as part of the 10th International Conference on Extending Database Technology, EDBT 2006, held in Munich, Germany in March 2006. The 70 revised full papers presented were selected from numerous submissions during two rounds of reviewing and revision.

EDBT Ph.D. Workshop.- Phenomenon-Aware Sensor Database Systems.- Scalable Continuous Query Processing and Moving Object Indexing in Spatio-temporal Databases.- Tolerant Ad Hoc Data Propagation with Error Quantification.- Spatio-temporal Aggregates over Streaming Geospatial Image Data.- Interoperation Between Information Spaces on the Web.- Enhancing User Interaction and Efficiency with Structural Summaries for Fast and Intuitive Access to XML Databases.- Orchestrating Access Control in Peer Data Management Systems.- Moving Objects in Networks Databases.- Change Management in Large-Scale Enterprise Information Systems.- Constructing Optimal Wavelet Synopses.- Towards a Secure Service Coordination.- Document Interrogation: Architecture, Information Extraction and Approximate Answers.- Second International Workshop on Database Technologies for Handling XML Information on the Web (DataX'06).- The Importance of Algebra for XML Query Processing.- Hash-Based Structural Join Algorithms.- Efficiently Processing XML Queries over Fragmented Repositories with PartiX.- Validity-Sensitive Querying of XML Databases.- XQuery!: An XML Query Language with Side Effects.- Conflict Resolution in Updates Through XML Views.- Efficient Integrity Checking over XML Documents.- An Evaluation of the Use of XML for Representation, Querying, and Analysis of Molecular Interactions.- Confidentiality Enforcement for XML Outsourced Data.- Query Translation for XPath-Based Security Views.- Management of Executable Schema Mappings for XML Data Exchange.- Inconsistency and Incompleteness in Databases (IIDB).- Models for Incomplete and Probabilistic Information.- DART: A Data Acquisition and Repairing Tool.- Preference-Driven Querying of Inconsistent Relational Databases.- Semantically Correct Query Answers in the Presence of Null Values.- On the First-Order Reducibility of Unions of Conjunctive Queries over Inconsistent Databases.- Workshop on Information in Health Care (IIHA).- Managing Valid Time Semantics for Semistructured Multimedia Clinical Data.- Context-Sensitive Clinical Data Integration.- An Integrated Platform for Analyzing Molecular-Biological Data Within Clinical Studies.- Data Integration Targeting a Drug Related Knowledge Base.- Data Management in Medicine: The EPIweb Information System, a Case Study and Some Open Issues.- A Tag-Based Data Model for Privacy-Preserving Medical Applications.- International Conference on Semantics of a Networked World: Semantics of Sequence and Time Dependent Data (ICSNW'06).- Window Specification over Data Streams.- Using Temporal Semantics for Live Media Stream Queries.- Summa Contra Ontologiam.- Dynamic Plan Migration for Snapshot-Equivalent Continuous Queries in Data Stream Systems.- Unsatisfiability Reasoning in ORM Conceptual Schemes.- Inferring with Inconsistent OWL DL Ontology: A Multi-valued Logic Approach.- Configuring Intelligent Mediators Using Ontologies.- OntoBuilder: Fully Automatic Extraction and Consolidation of Ontologies from Web Sources Using Sequence Semantics.- Query Languages and Query Processing (QLQP-2006).- Query Transformation of SQL into XQuery Within Federated Environments.- A Foundation for the Replacement of Pipelined Physical Join Operators in Adaptive Query Processing.- Implementing a Linguistic Query Language for Historic Texts.- NeuroQL: A Domain-Specific Query Language for Neuroscience Data.- Querying Semistructured Temporal Data.- A Query Algebra for XML P2P Databases.- Apuama: Combining Intra-query and Inter-query Parallelism in a Database Cluster.- Querying Along XLinks in XPath/XQuery: Situation, Applications, Perspectives.- Towards Similarity-Based Topological Query Languages.- A Data and Query Model for Streaming Geospatial Image Data.- Enhanced Regular Path Queries on Semistructured Databases.- A Calculus for Propagating Semantic Annotations Through Scientific Workflow Queries.- Second International Workshop on Pervasive Information Management (PIM 2006).- ShareEnabler: Policy-Driven Access Management for Ad-Hoc Collaborative Sharing.- Context Consistency Management Using Ontology Based Model.- Activity Policy-Based Service Discovery for Pervasive Computing.- Data Stream Sharing.- Second International Workshop on Pattern Representation and Management (PaRMa'06).- Flexible Pattern Management Within PSYCHO.- NaviMoz: Mining Navigational Patterns in Portal Catalogs.- An XML-Based Database for Knowledge Discovery.- Pattern-Based Query Answering.- Reactivity on the Web.- Twelve Theses on Reactive Rules for the Web.- Event-Condition-Action Rule Languages for the Semantic Web.- ActiveXQBE: A Visual Paradigm for Triggers over XML Data.- Visual Modeling of ReActive Web Applications.- An ECA Engine for Deploying Heterogeneous Component Languages in the Semantic Web.- Prova: Rule-Based Java Scripting for Distributed Web Applications: A Case Study in Bioinformatics.- Reactivity in Online Auctions.- Event Correlation and Pattern Detection in CEDR.


Titel: Current Trends in Database Technology - EDBT 2006
Untertitel: EDBT 2006 Workshop PhD, DataX, IIDB, IIHA, ICSNW, QLQP, PIM, PaRMa, and Reactivity on the Web, Munich, Germany, March 26-31, 2006, Revised Selected Papers
EAN: 9783540467885
ISBN: 978-3-540-46788-5
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Informatik
Anzahl Seiten: 932
Gewicht: 1436g
Größe: H65mm x B234mm x T155mm
Jahr: 2006
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: 2006

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