Book 2002

Databases and Information Systems II

Fifth International Baltic Conference, Baltic DB&IS’2002 Tallinn, Estonia, June 3–6, 2002 Selected Papers

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ISBN: 978-90-481-6182-9 (Print) 978-94-015-9978-8 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

  2. Distributed Databases

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      Fragmentation of Object Oriented and Semi-Structured Data

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      Pages 15-28

      Value Reconciliation in Mediators of Heterogeneous Information Collections Applying Well-Structured Context Specifications

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      Pages 29-41

      Reactive Load Balancing in Distributed Database Management Systems

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      Pages 43-54

      Undeniable Database Queries

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      Pages 55-66

      Tolap

  3. XML and Databases

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      Pages 67-80

      XML Data Warehouse: Modelling And Querying

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      Pages 81-94

      The XML Query Execution Engine (XEE)

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      Pages 95-108

      Offering User Profile as an XML Web Service

  4. Information Systems Development

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      Pages 109-120

      Shared Conceptualisation of Business Systems, Information Systems and Supporting Software

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      Pages 121-134

      Concept of Intelligent Enterprise Memory for Integration of Two Approaches to Knowledge Management

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      Pages 135-147

      Knowledge Representation in Advisory Information System of Crime Investigation Domain

  5. Information Systems and Software Engineering

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      Pages 149-160

      Semantics for Managing Systems in Heterogeneous and Distributed Environment

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      Pages 161-173

      Ontological Intermediation between Business Process Models and Software Components

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      Pages 175-186

      Extended Use of a Traceability Tool Within Software Development Project

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      Pages 187-198

      Measurements and Risks Based Method to Support Software Development Process Planning

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      Pages 199-208

      Reduction of UML Class Diagrams

  6. Mobile Computing, Databases, and Agents

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      Pages 209-224

      Incorporating Mobility into an Agent Interoperability-Based Environment

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      Pages 225-238

      An Extensible Storage Manager for Mobile DBMS

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      Pages 239-251

      Towards Multi-Agent Models of Domain-Specific Languages

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      Pages 253-267

      E-MATE: An Open Architecture to Support Mobility of Users

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