Selected Readings On Database Technologies And Applications

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Education and research in the field of database technology can prove problematic without the proper resources and tools on the most relevant issues, trends, and advancements. Selected Readings on Database Technologies and Applications supplements course instruction and student research with quality chapters focused on key issues concerning the development, design, and analysis of databases. Containing over 30 chapters from authors across the globe, these selected readings in areas such as data warehousing, information retrieval, and knowledge discovery depict the most relevant and important areas of classroom discussion within the categories of Fundamental Concepts and Theories; Development and Design Methodologies; Tools and Technologies; Application and Utilization; Critical Issues; and Emerging Trends.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605660981
  • Publisher: IGI Global
  • Publication date: 4/26/2011
  • Pages: 564
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. I Conceptual Modeling Solutions for the Data Warehouse Stefano Rizzi Rizzi, Stefano

Ch. II Databases Moclel ing of Engineering Information Z. M. Ma Ma, Z. M.

Ch. III An Overview of Learning Object Repositories Argiris Tzikopoulos Tzikopoulos, Argiris Nikos Manouselis Manouselis, Nikos Riina Vuorikari Vuorikari, Riina

Ch. IV Discovering Quality Knowledge from Relational Databases M. Mehdi Owrang O. Owrang O., M. Mehdi

Ch. V Business Data Warehouse: The Case of Wal-Mart Indranil Bose Bose, Indranil Lain Albert Kar Chun Chun, Lain Albert Kar Leung Vivien Wai Yue Yue, Leung Vivien Wai Li Hoi Wan Ines Li, Hoi Wan Ines Wong Oi Ling Helen Helen, Wong Oi Ling

Ch. VI A Database Project in a Small Company (or How the Real World Doesn't Always Follow the Book) Efrein Mallach Mallach, Efrein

Ch. VII Conceptual Modeling for XML: A Myth or a Reality Sriram Mohan Mohan, Sriram Arijit Sengupta Sengupta, Arijit

Ch. VIII Designing Secure Data Warehouses Rodolfo Villarroel Villarroel, Rodolfo Eduaro Fernandez-Medina Fernandez-Medina, Eduaro Juan Trujillo Trujillo, Juan Mario Piattini Piattini, Mario

Ch. IX Web Data Warehousing Convergence: From Schematic to Systematic D. Xuan Le Le, D. Xuan J. Wenny Rahayu Rahayu, J. Wenny David Taniar Taniar, David

Ch. X Visual Query Languages, Representation Techniques, and Data Models Maria Chiara Caschera Caschera, Maria Chiara Arianna D'Ulizia D'Ulizia, Arianna Leonardo Tininini Tininini, Leonardo

Ch. XI Application of Decision Tree as a Data Mining Tool in a Manufacturing System S. A. Oke Oke, S. A.

Ch. XII A Scalable Middleware for Web Databases Athman Bougeuttaya Bougeuttaya, Athman Zaki Malik Malik, Zaki Abdelmounaam RezguiRezgui, Abdelmounaam Lori Korff Korff, Lori

Ch. XIII A Formal Verification and Validation Approach for Real-Time Databases Pedro Fernandes Ribiero Neto Neto, Pedro Fernandes Ribiero Maria Ligia Barbosa Perkusich Perkusich, Maria Ligia Barbosa Hyggo Oliveira de Almeida de Almeida, Hyggo Oliveira Angelo Perkusich Perkusich, Angelo

Ch. XIV A Generalized Comparison of Open Source and Commercial Database Management Systems Theodoros Evdoridis Evdoridis, Theodoros Theodoros Tzouramanis Tzouramanis, Theodoros

Ch. XV An Approach to Mining Crime Patterns Sikka Bagui Bagui, Sikka

Ch. XVI Bioinformatics Web Portals Mario Cannataro Cannataro, Mario Pierangelo Veltri Veltri, Pierangelo

Ch. XVII An XML-Based Database for Knowledge Discovery: Definition and Implementation Rosa Meo Meo, Rosa Giuseppe Psaila Psaila, Giuseppe

Ch. XVIII Enhancing UML Models: A Domain Analysis Approach Iris Reinhartz-Berger Reinhartz-Berger, Iris Arnon Sturm Sturm, Arnon

Ch. XIX Seismological Data Warehousing and Mining: A Survey Gerasimos Marketos Marketos, Gerasimos Yannis Theodoridis Theodoridis, Yannis Ioannis S. Kalogeras Kalogeras, Ioannis S.

Ch. XX Business Information Integration from XML and Relational Databases Sources Ana Maria Fermoso Garcia Garcia, Ana Maria Fermoso Roberto Berjon Gallinas Gallinas, Roberto Berjon

Ch. XXI Security Threats in Web-Powered Databases and Web Portals Theodoros Evdoridis Evdoridis, Theodoros Theodoros Tzouramanis Tzouramanis, Theodoros

Ch. XXII Empowering the OLAP Technology to Support Complex Dimension Hierarchies Svetlana Mansmann Mansmann, Svetlana Marc H. Scholl Scholl, Marc H.

Ch. XXIII Net Cube: Fast, Approximate Database Queries Using Bayesian Networks Dimitris Margaritis Margaritis, Dimitris Christos Faloutsos Faloutsos, Christos Sebastian Thrun Thrun, Sebastian

Ch. XXIV Node Partitioned Data Warehouses: Experimental Evidence and Improvements Pedro Furtado Furtado, Pedro

Ch. XXV Rule Discovery from Textual Data Shigeaki Sakurai Sakurai, Shigeaki

Ch. XXVI Action Research with Internet Database Tools Bruce L. Mann Mann, Bruce L.

Ch. XXVII Database High Availability: An Extended Survey Moh'd A. Radaideh Radaideh, Moh'd A. Hayder Al-Ameed Al-Ameed, Hayder


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