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A Guided Tour of Relational Databases and Beyond

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Addressing important extensions of the relational database model, including deductive, temporal, and object-oriented databases, this book provides an overview of database modeling with the Entity-Relationship (ER) model and the relational model. The book focuses on the primary achievements in relational database theory, including query languages, integrity constraints, database design, computable queries, and concurrency control. This reference will shed light on the ideas underlying relational database systems and the problems that confront database designers and researchers.

The Problem of Incomplete Information in Relational Databases

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Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology publishes authoritative reviews on the occurrence, effects, and fate of pesticide residues and other environmental contaminants. It will keep you informed of the latest significant issues by providing in-depth information in the areas of analytical chemistry, agricultural microbiology, biochemistry, human and veterinary medicine, toxicology, and food technology.

The Theory of Database Concurrency Control

Author : Christos H. Papadimitriou
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Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science

Author : Gholamreza B. Khosrovshahi
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This book presents the revised final versions of eight lectures given by leading researchers at the First Summer School on Theoretical Aspects of Computer Science in Tehran, Iran, in July 2000. The lectures presented are devoted to quantum computation, approximation algorithms, self-testing/correction, algebraic modeling of data, the regularity lemma, multiple access communication and combinatorial designs, graph-theoretical methods in computer vision, and low-density parity-check codes.

Transformation of Knowledge Information and Data Theory and Applications

Author : Bommel, Patrick van
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Transformation of Knowledge, Information and Data: Theory and Applications considers transformations within the context of computing science and information science, as they are essential in changing organizations. This book not only considers transformations of structured models, rather, the transformation of instances (i.e. the actual contents of those structures) is addressed as well.

Conceptual Modelling and Its Theoretical Foundations

Author : Antje Düsterhöft
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This Festschrift, published in honor of Bernhard Thalheim on the occasion of his 60th birthday presents 20 articles by colleagues from all over the world with whom Bernhard Thalheim had cooperation in various respects; also included is a scientific biography contributed by the volume editors. The 20 contributions reflect the breadth and the depth of the work of Bernhard Thalheim in conceptual modeling and database theory during his scientific career spanning more than 35 years of active research. In particular, ten articles are focusing on topics like database dependency theory, object-oriented databases, triggers, abstract state machines, database and information systems design, web semantics, and business processes.

Performance of Concurrency Control Mechanisms in Centralized Database Systems

Author : Vijay Kumar
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For graduate-level courses. This text gathers into one volume the important and significant research works past and present on the performance and development aspects of database concurrency control mechanisms.

The Set Model for Database and Information Systems

Author : M. M. Gilula
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An innovative, even radical, approach to database modeling which could prove to be as seminal as Codd's work on the relational model. Russian computer scientists have been hampered by old, slow systems and by a lack of memory and storage capacity; the result, as demonstrated here, is unconventional thinking that maximizes resources and produces "elegant", compact programs.

Advanced Information Systems Engineering

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Conceptual Modeling ER

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Object relational DBMSs

Author : Michael Stonebraker
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Exploring a new and promising class of database management systems--the object-relational DBMS, this book demonstrates why it will be the dominant database technology of the future. The text shows application programmers and information services managers how this new technology can fit into their current database environment.

Data Driven Systems Modeling

Author : Remi Planche
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Conceptual models emphasize the essence of information systems. They are concerned with meaning, that is, semantic relationships between real work objects. Implementation models deal with data structures and programs, and are concerned with efficient use of data processing resources. This book introduces the theory and practice of conceptual modelling, and demonstrates its use for system design and implementation. It ties information engineering with the more traditional structured analysis approach and with the relational model, as implemented in state-of-the-art database environments.

An Introduction to Search Engines and Web Navigation

Author : Mark Levene
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This book is a second edition, updated and expanded to explain the technologies that help us find information on the web. Search engines and web navigation tools have become ubiquitous in our day to day use of the web as an information source, a tool for commercial transactions and a social computing tool. Moreover, through the mobile web we have access to the web's services when we are on the move. This book demystifies the tools that we use when interacting with the web, and gives the reader a detailed overview of where we are and where we are going in terms of search engine and web navigation technologies.

Twenty fifth ACM SIGMOD SIGACT SIGART Symposium on Principles of Database Systems

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Object oriented Databases

Author : Peter M. D. Gray
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Looks at the storage of networks of objects and procedures in a database and describes the development of object-oriented databases

Journal of Database Management

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The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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IEEE International Conference on Data Mining

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Data Warehousing and Web Engineering

Author : Shirley A. Becker
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Provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to share research about technical and managerial issues associated with data warehousing and mining.

Database and Expert Systems Applications

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