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Database and Expert Systems Applications: 13th International Conference, DEXA 2002, Aix-en-Provence, France, September 2-6, 2002. Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Database and Export Systems Applications, DEXA 2002, held in Aix-en-Provence, France, in September 2002.
The 89 revised full papers presented together with three invited papers and a position paper were carefully reviewed and selected from 241 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on Web, workflow, data warehouses and datamining, applications, XML, distributed systems, ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Database and Export Systems Applications, DEXA 2002, held in Aix-en-Provence, France, in September 2002.
The 89 revised full papers presented together with three invited papers and a position paper were carefully reviewed and selected from 241 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on Web, workflow, data warehouses and datamining, applications, XML, distributed systems, knowledge engineering, advanced databases, queries, information retrieval, and indexing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783540441267
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 10/3/2002
  • Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #2453
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 954
  • Product dimensions: 1.92 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 9.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Invited Talk.- Issues in Monitoring Web Data.- Web I.- Controlled Caching of Dynamic WWW Pages.- Deriving and Verifying Statistical Distribution of a Hyperlink-Based Web Page Quality Metric.- MWM: Retrieval and Automatic Presentation of Manual Data for Mobile Terminals.- Ensuring Recovery for SACReD Web Transactions in the E-commerce Applications.- Workflow.- Workflow Simulation across Multiple Workflow Domains.- Transactional Workflows or Workflow Transactions?.- Collaboration Flow Management: A New Paradigm for Virtual Team Support.- Domain Knowledge-Based Automatic Workflow Generation.- Web II.- A Comparison of Alternative Encoding Mechanisms for Web Services.- Capturing Semantics in HTML Documents.- Data Warehouses and Datamining I.- Assessment of Spatial Data Mining Tools for Integration into an Object-Oriented GIS (GIDB).- A Model and a Toolkit for Supporting Incremental Data Warehouse Construction.- Efficient Automated Mining of Fuzzy Association Rules.- Applications I.- A Two-Phase Sk Trading System Using Distributional Differences.- A Multi-agent Q-learning Framework for Optimizing Sk Trading Systems.- Using Adaptive Programming in Legal Advisory Systems.- Web Information Retrieval Based on the Localness Degree.- Data Warehouses and Datamining II.- Run-Time Load Balancing System on SAN-connected PC Cluster for Dynamic Injection of CPU and Disk Resource —A Case Study of Data Mining Application —.- Variable Sized Partitions for Range Query Algorithms.- A Comparison of Data Warehouse Development Methodologies Case Study of the Process Warehouse.- Self-maintainable Data Warehouse Views Using Differential Files.- Applications II.- Using ECA Rules in Database Systems to Support Clinical Prools.- Establishment of Virtual Enterprise Contracts.- Multiple Regression Analysis in Crime Pattern Warehouse for Decision Support.- A Practical Walkthrough of the Ontology Derivation Rules.- XML.- What’s Hard about XML Schema Constraints?.- Application of rUID in Processing XML Queries on Structure and Keyword.- Translating Access Authorizations for Transformed XML Documents.- XRL: A XML-based Query Language for Advanced Services in Digital Libraries.- Applications III.- Norma-System: A Legal Document System for Managing Consolidated Acts.- Electricity Market Price Forecasting: Neural Networks versus Weighted-Distance k Nearest Neighbours.- Temporal Pattern Mining of Moving Objects for Location-Based Service.- Distributed Systems I.- MEDWRAP: Consistent View Maintenance over Distributed Multi-relation Sources.- Estimating Costs of Path Expression Evaluation in Distributed Object Databases.- Profile Driven Data Management for Pervasive Environments.- Applications IV.- INVISIP: Usage of Information Visualization Techniques to Access Geospatial Data Archives.- Eureka!: A Tool for Interactive Knowledge Discovery.- Electronic Tickets on Contactless Smartcard Database.- Distributed Systems II.- Mobile Agents for Distributed Transactions of a Distributed Heterogeneous Database System.- An Adaptive Direction-Based Location Update Scheme for Next Generation PCS Networks.- ADEES: An Adaptable and Extensible Event Based Infrastructure.- Knowledge Engineering I.- Using J-Pruning to Reduce Overfitting of Classification Rules in Noisy Domains.- A Framework for Reasoning on Objects with Geometric Constraints.- Deriving Abstract Views of Multi-granularity Temporal Constraint Networks.- Representing Constraint Business Rules Extracted from Legacy Systems.- Knowledge Engineering II.- Agents for Industry Process Management.- A New Efficient Data Cleansing Method.- Promoting Recommendations: An Attack on Collaborative Filtering.- Advanced Databases I.- Bringing Together Description Logics and Database in an Object Oriented Model.- Objects and Roles in the Stack-Based Approach.- Dynamic Schema Evolution Management Using Version in Temporal Object-Oriented Databases.- Invited Talk.- Efficient Data Mining Based on Formal Concept Analysis.- Advanced Databases II.- Two Approaches to Event Definition.- CoSMo: An Approach Towards Conceptual Security Modeling.- Exploring the Concept of Group Interaction through Action in a Mobile Context.- Inter-system Triggering for Heterogeneous Database Systems.- Query I.- Constructing Inter-relational Rules for Semantic Query Optimisation.- About Selections and Joins in Possibilistic Queries Addressed to Possibilistic Databases.- LeedsCQ: A Scalable Continual Queries System.- TVQL - Temporal Versioned Query Language.- Advanced Databases III.- Approach and Model for Business Components Specification.- Query II.- The TrailTRECer Framework - A Platform for Trail-Enabled Recommender Applications.- Adaptive Method for Range Top-k Queries in OLAP Data Cubes.- dbRouter - A Scaleable and Distributed Query Optimization and Processing Framework.- Optimal Parallel I/O for Range Queries through Replication.- A Database for Repetitive, Unpredictable Moving Objects.- A Database for Repetitive, Unpredictable Moving Objects.- Hierarchical Storage Support and Management for Large-Scale Multidimensional Array Database Management Systems.- Hierarchical Storage Support and Management for Large-Scale Multidimensional Array Database Management Systems.- Multiple Visual Representation of Temporal Data.- Multiple Visual Representation of Temporal Data.- Query III.- Query Optimization via Empty Joins.- Efficient Processing of XPath Queries Using Indexes.- Efficient Evaluation of Continuous Range Queries on Moving Objects.- Partition-Based Similarity Join in High Dimensional Data Spaces.- Invited Talk.- Heterogeneous Data Source Integration and Evolution.- Information Retrieval I.- Information Retrieval System for XML Documents.- A System for Retrieval and Digest Creation of Video Data Based on Geographic Objects.- Similarity Image Retrieval System Using Hierarchical Classification — Experimental System on Mobile Internet with Cellular Phone —.- Information Extraction — Tree Alignment Approach to Pattern Discovery in Web Documents.- Query IV.- Processing of Continuous Queries over Unlimited Data Streams.- ISA - An Incremental Hyper-sphere Approach for Efficiently Solving Complex Vague Queries.- Parallel Query Support for Multidimensional Data: Inter-object Parallelism.- Information Retrieval II.- Pruning Training Corpus to Speedup Text Classification.- Towards Retrieval of Visual Information Based on the Semantic Models.- 3D Object Retrieval by Shape Similarity.- Indexing I.- Binary-Tree Histograms with Tree Indices.- Indexing Genomic Databases for Fast Homology Searching.- Bitmap Indices for Speeding Up High-Dimensional Data Analysis.- Information Retrieval III.- A Method of Improving Feature Vector for Web Pages Reflecting the Contents of Their Out-Linked Pages.- On Combining Link and Contents Information for Web Page Clustering.- Indexing II.- MKL-Tree: A Hierarchical Data Structure for Indexing Multidimensional Data.- Boolean Bounding Predicates for Spatial Access Methods.- Clustered Indexing Technique for Multidimensional Index Structures.- Database and Expert Systems 2002 “Quo vadis”?.

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