Handbook Of Research On Innovations In Database Technologies And Applications: Current And Future Trends, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1605662437
  • ISBN-13: 9781605662435
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 976 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released June 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

This book provides a wide compendium of references to topics in the field of the databases systems and applications.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgment.
1: Conceptual Modeling.
2: Mapping Generalizations and Specializations and Categories to Relational Databases.
3: Bounded Cardinality and Symmetric Relationships.
4: A Paraconsistent Relational Data Model.
5: Managing Temporal Data.
6: Data Reengineering of Legacy Systems.
7: Different Kinds of Hierarchies in Multidimensional Models.
8: Spatial Data in Multidimensional Conceptual Models.
9: Requirement Specification and Conceptual Modeling for Data Warehouses.
10: Principles on Symbolic Data Analysis.
11: Database Engineering Supporting the Data Evolution.
12: Versioning Approach for Database Evolution.
13: Evolutionary Database: State of the Art and Issues.
14: Interrogative Agents for Data Modeling.
15: Schema Evolution Models and Languages for Multidimensional Data Warehouses.
16: A Survey of Data Warehouse Model Evolution.
17: Document Versioning and XML in Digital Libraries.
18: MDD Approach for Maintaining Integrity Constraints in Databases.
19: Artifacts for Collaborative Software Development.
20: Logical Modeling.
21: Object–Relational Modeling.
22: Concept–Oriented Model.
23: Database Reverse Engineering.
24: Imprecise Functional Dependencies.
25: Horizontal Data Partitioning: Past, Present and Future.
26: Database Support for Workflow Management Systems.
27: Politically Oriented Database Applications.
28: Semantically Modeled Databases in Integrated Enterprise Information Systems.
29: The Linkcell Construct and Location–Aware Query Processing for Location–Referent Transactions in Mobile Business.
30: Caching, Hoarding, and Replication in Client/Server Information Systems with Mobile Clients.
31: Spatial and Temporal Databases.
32: Spatio-Temporal Indexing Techniques.
33: Query Processing in Spatial Databases.
34: Automatic Data Enrichment in GIS Through Condensate Textual Information.
35: Similarity Search in Time Series.
36: Internet Map Services and Weather Data.
37: Spatial Network Databases.
38: Supporting Location-Based Services in Spatial Network Databases.
39: Spatial Data Integration Over the Web.
40: Database Integrity.
41: Improving Constraints Checking in Distributed Databases with Complete, Sufficient, and Support Tests.
42: Inconsistency–Tolerant Integrity Checking.
43: Merging, Repairing, and Querying Inconsistent Databases.
44: The Challenges of Checking Integrity Constraints in Centralized, Distributed, and Parallel Databases.
45: Data Quality Assessment.
46: Measuring Data Quality in Context.
47: Geometric Quality in Geographic Information.
48: Geometric Quality in Geographic Information IFSAR DEM Control.
49: Querying and Integrating P2P Deductive Databases.
50: Ontologies.
51: Using Semantic Web Tools for Ontologies Construction.
52: Matching Relational Schemata to Semantic Web Ontologies.
53: Ontology-Based Semantic Models for Databases.
54: Inconsistency, Logic Databases, and Ontologies.
55: Data Integration: Introducing Semantics.
56: An Overview of Ontology–Driven Data Integration.
57: Current Approaches and Future Trends of Ontology-Driven Geographic Integration.