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N.Y. 1996 Paper-covered Boards First Edition 4to-over 9 3/4"-12" Tall. xiii, 350p. A fine copy, no d.j. "Proceedings of the Sixth International Hong Kong Computer Society ... Database Workshop on Database Reengineering and Interoperability, held March 3-4, 1995, in Kowloon, Hong Kong"--CIP verso t.p. Read more Show Less

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Contains keynote speeches and papers from a workshop organized by the Hong Kong Computer Society, in sections on reengineering, interoperability, and integration. Topics include reengineering library data; reverse engineering in a client-server environment; flexible transaction management in an interoperable database environment; semantic interoperability in homogeneous application domains; extensional issues in schema integration; and database replica management strategies in multidatabase systems with mobile hosts. For database researchers and practitioners. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780306452888
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/28/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 364

Table of Contents

1 A Method for Reengineering Existing Relational Database Applications for the Satisfaction of Multimedia Based Requirements 1
2 The Need for Reengineering when Integrating Expert System and Database System Technology 15
3 An Object Oriented Model for Data, Knowledge, and System Reengineering 25
4 The Management Perspective of Database Reengineering 41
5 Reengineering VSAM, IMS, and DL/I Applications into Relational Database 55
6 Reengineering Library Data: The Long Way from ADABAS to UNIMARC 69
7 Reverse Engineering in a Client-Server Environment: Case Studies on Relational Database Design 81
8 Eliminating the Impedance Mismatch between Relational and Object-Oriented Systems 89
9 Generalization without Reorganization in a Simple Object Oriented DBMS 103
10 Semantic Query Transformation: An Approach to Achieve Semantic Interoperability in Homogeneous Application Domains 117
11 On Interoperability Verification and Testing of Object-Oriented Databases 125
12 An Object-Oriented Approach to Query Interoperability 141
13 Using Parameterized Canonical Representations to Resolve Conflicts and Achieve Interoperability between Relational and Object Databases 155
14 Flexible Transaction Management in an Interoperable Database Environment 187
15 A Pilot Survey of Database Reengineering and Interoperability 199
16 Designing Client-Server Applications for Enterprise Database Connectivity 215
17 Handling Terabyte Databases on Open Systems 235
18 Schema Integration Methodology Including Structural Conflict Resolution and Checking Conceptual Similarity: Conceptual Graphs Approach 247
19 Extensional Issues in Schema Integration 261
20 Towards Intelligent Integration of Heterogeneous Information Sources 275
21 A Business Process Driven Multidatabase Integration Methodology 283
22 A Database Integration System and an Example of Its Application 297
23 DEE: A Data Exchange Environment 309
24 Database Replica Management Strategies in Multidatabase Systems with Mobile Hosts 323
25 Providing Multidatabase Access: An Association Approach 337
Index 349
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