Implementation of Inferential Relational Database System
Tsuno has been developed to retrieve the relational database created by Adbis which was developed for supporting the construction of scientific database systems at the Computer Center, Kyushu University. Tsuno is an interactive retrieval system having the inference facilities based on Horn set refutation procedures and is now used as the query system for two databases. This paper describes the implementation of Tsuno.
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