ICDT'86: International Conference on Database Theory. Rome, Italy, September 8-10, 1986. Proceedings / Edition 1

ICDT'86: International Conference on Database Theory. Rome, Italy, September 8-10, 1986. Proceedings / Edition 1

by Giorgio Ausiello

ISBN-10: 3540171878

ISBN-13: 9783540171874

Pub. Date: 12/15/1986

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

Product Details

Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series, #243
Edition description:
Product dimensions:
9.21(w) x 6.14(h) x 0.92(d)

Table of Contents

Logic programming and parallel complexity.- The generalized counting method for recursive logic queries.- Restructuring of complex objects and office forms.- Set containment inference.- A domain theoretic approach to higher-order relations.- On the desirability of—-acyclic BCNF database schemes.- Update semantics under the domain closure assumption.- Unsolvable problems related to the view integration approach.- Horizontal decompositions based on functional-dependency-setimplications.- Update serializability in locking.- Filtering data flow in deductive databases.- Multidimensional order preserving linear hashing with partial expansions.- Split-freedom and MVD-intersection: A new characterization of multivalued dependencies having conflict-free covers.- Towards online schedulers based on Pre-Analysis Locking.- Query processing in incomplete logical databases.- to the theory of nested transactions.- Entity-relationship consistency for relational schemas.- Modelling large bases of categorical data with acyclic schemes.- Some extensions to the closed world assumption in databases.- Expedient shastic move-to-front and optimal shastic move-to-rear list organizing strategies.- The cost of locking.- Theoretical foundation of algebraic optimization utilizing unnormalized relations.- A polynomial-time join dependency implication algorithm for unary multi-valued dependencies.- Interaction-free multivalued dependency sets.- Updating logical databases containing null values.- A new characterization of distributed deadlock in databases.

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