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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
  2. Hassan Aït-Kaci
    Pages 17-25
  3. A. Formica, M. Missikoff, S. Vazzana
    Pages 26-41
  4. Hassan Aït-Kaci
    Pages 42-58
  5. Richard Hull, Dean Jacobs
    Pages 59-85
  6. Florian Matthes, Atsushi Ohori, Joachim W. Schmidt
    Pages 106-123
  7. Georg Gottlob, Gerti Kappel, Michael Schrefl
    Pages 144-160
  8. Florian Matthes, Joachim W. Schmidt
    Pages 185-211
  9. Malcolm Atkinson, Philippe Richard, Phil Trinder
    Pages 228-250
  10. Alain Pirotte, Dominique Roelants, Esteban Zimanyi
    Pages 251-270
  11. J. Eder, A. Rudloff, F. Matthes, J. W. Schmidt
    Pages 271-293
  12. Paolo Atzeni, Letizia Tanca
    Pages 294-310
  13. David Stemple, Tim Sheard
    Pages 311-332
  14. Suad Alagić
    Pages 333-346
  15. Paolo Atzeni, Riccardo Torlone
    Pages 347-362
  16. A. V. Zamulin, V. A. Kositov, G. A. Kucherov, E. V. Pak, V. D. Ryshkov
    Pages 385-402
  17. Igor Burdonov, Victor Ivannikov, German Kopytov, Alexander Kosachev, Sergei Kuznetsov
    Pages 422-427
  18. R. Kirkova, M. Ikonomova, E. Dencheva
    Pages 428-434
  19. V. Kolinko, A. Mendelev, S. Shevchenko
    Pages 435-436
  20. V. N. Red'ko, I. A. Basarab, A. I. Solodovnic
    Pages 437-439
  21. E. Zinovjev, A. Strecalov, O. Rogova
    Pages 440-440
  22. Dimitry Chereshkin, Mikhail Tsalenko
    Pages 443-450
  23. Back Matter

About these proceedings

Introduction

Currently, the field of information systems technology is rapidly extending into several dimensions. There is the semantic dimension (including object orientation, data deduction and extended knowledge representation schemes), there is improved systems integration, and there are new tools. All these extensions aim to provide semantically richer and better engineered information systems that allow for more adequate and complete representations and thus extend the effective use of database technology to a wider class of applications. Database researchers and developers, whether they are committed to application or to system construction, are convinced that next-generation information system technology will be heavily determined by a handful of new concepts that they have to understand and work out in detail now. This volume concentrates on the following topics: - Extended data types and data models, database programming languages; - Rule-based data deduction, expert systems, knowledge bases; - Object orientation and semantic data modelling; - DB application development, methodologies and tools; - Interface technology, parallelism, interoperability, ...; - New database applications.

Keywords

Inform class data model database information system modeling programming programming language

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-54141-1
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-54141-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-47444-9
  • Series Print ISSN 0302-9743
  • Series Online ISSN 1611-3349
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