Directions in Databases: 12th British National Conference on Databases, BNCOD 12, Guildford, United Kingdom, July 6-8, 1994. by David S. BowersDirections in Databases: 12th British National Conference on Databases, BNCOD 12, Guildford, United Kingdom, July 6-8, 1994. by David S. Bowers

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This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 12th British National Conference on Databases (BNCOD-12), held at Surrey, Guildford in July 1994. The BNCOD conferences are thought as a platform for exchange between theoreticians and practitioners, where researchers from academia and industry meet professionals interested in advanced database applications. The 13 refereed papers presented in the proceedings were selected from 47 submissions; they are organized in chapters on temporal databases, formal approaches, parallel databases, object-oriented databases, and distributed databases. In addition there are two invited presentations: "Managing open systems now that the "Glashouse" has gone" by R. Baker and "Knowledge reuse through networks of large KBs" by P.M.D. Gray.
Title:Directions in Databases: 12th British National Conference on Databases, BNCOD 12, Guildford, United…Format:PaperbackDimensions:248 pagesPublished:June 29, 1994Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Managing open systems now that the glass-house has gone.- Knowledge reuse through networks of large KBS.- Expressing temporal behaviour with extended ECA rules.- Temporal databases: an event oriented approach.- Object comprehensions: A query notation for object-oriented databases.- Expressivity of typed logic paradigms for object-oriented databases.- Algebraic computation of the weak well-founded model for general deductive databases.- Benchmarking parallel SQL database machines.- Branching Transactions: A transaction model for parallel database systems.- A strategy for semantic integrity enforcement in a parallel database machine.- On interface objects in object-oriented databases.- Efficient access to FDM objects stored in a relational database.- A conceptual language for querying object oriented data.- The Jupiter system: A prototype for multidatabase interoperability.- A model for heterogeneous distributed database systems.