Advances in Database Technology EDBT '96: 5th International Conference on Extending Database Technology, Avignon, France, March 25-29 1996, P by Peter ApersAdvances in Database Technology EDBT '96: 5th International Conference on Extending Database Technology, Avignon, France, March 25-29 1996, P by Peter Apers

Advances in Database Technology EDBT '96: 5th International Conference on Extending Database…

EditorPeter Apers, Georges Gardarin, Mokrane Bouzeghoub

Paperback | March 18, 1996

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This book presents the refereed proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Extending Database Technology, EDBT'96, held in Avignon, France in March 1996.
The 31 full revised papers included were selected from a total of 178 submissions; also included are some industrial-track papers, contributed by partners of several ESPRIT projects. The volume is organized in topical sections on data mining, active databases, design tools, advanced DBMS, optimization, warehousing, system issues, temporal databases, the web and hypermedia, performance, workflow management, database design, and parallel databases.
Title:Advances in Database Technology EDBT '96: 5th International Conference on Extending Database…Format:PaperbackDimensions:660 pages, 9.17 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:March 18, 1996Publisher:Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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ISBN - 10:354061057X

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Table of Contents

Mining sequential patterns: Generalizations and performance improvements.- SLIQ: A fast scalable classifier for data mining.- The PARK semantics for active rules.- Composite events in Chimera.- Management of multiple models in an extensible database design tool.- An assessment of non-standard DBMSs for CASE environments.- Correct schema transformations.- VALIDITY: Applications of a DOOD system.- The need for an object relational model and its use.- Data integration using self-maintainable views.- Monet and its geographical extensions: A novel approach to high performance GIS processing.- Optimizing queries with aggregate views.- Translating OSQL queries into efficient set expressions.- Knowledge discovery from epidemiological databases.- Scalable update propagation in epidemic replicated databases.- Database support for efficiently maintaining derived data.- Optimal multi-block read schedules for partitioned signature files.- Amalgamating SGML documents and databases.- Indexing nucleotide databases for fast query evaluation.- Version management for scientific databases.- First-order queries over temporal databases inexpressible in temporal logic.- Querying TSQL2 databases with temporal logic.- A formal temporal object-oriented data model.- Dynamic development and refinement of Hypermedia documents.- MATISSE: A multimedia web DBMS.- Doing business with the web: The Informix/Illustra approach.- A hash partition strategy for distributed query processing.- Fine-granularity locking and client-based logging for distributed architectures.- Exploiting persistent intermediate code representations in open database environments.- Providing high availability in very large workflow management systems.- Semantic workflow interoperability.- LabFlow-1: A database benchmark for high-throughput workflow management.- Adaptive parallel query execution in DBS3.- IRO-DB: Making relational and Object-Oriented Database Systems Interoperable.- Object query services for telecommunication networks.- Accommodating integrity constraints during database design.- Reasoning with aggregation constraints.- How to tackle schema validation by view updating.- LoT: Dynamic declustering of TSB-tree nodes for parallel access to temporal data.- LH*lh: A scalable high performance data structure for switched multicomputers.- Declustering spatial databases on a multi-computer architecture.- Object framework for business applications.- Commit scope control in nested transactions.- Fundamental techniques for order optimization.- Dealing with asynchrony in technology transfer.