ISBN-10:
3540438939
ISBN-13:
9783540438939
Pub. Date:
09/10/2003
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Handbook on Data Management in Information Systems / Edition 1

Handbook on Data Management in Information Systems / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9783540438939
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 09/10/2003
Series: International Handbooks on Information Systems
Edition description: 2003
Pages: 578
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.05(d)

Table of Contents

1. Management of Data: State-of-the-Art and Emerging Trends.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Survey of the Volume.- 2. Database Systems: from File Systems to Modern Database Systems.- 1 Introduction — Database Concepts.- 2 Database System Generations.- 3 Network Database Systems.- 4 Hierarchical Database Systems.- 5 Relational Database Systems.- 6 Object-Oriented Database Systems.- 7 Federated, Mediated Database Systems and Data Warehouses.- 8 Conclusions.- 3. Data Modeling.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Early Concerns in Data Management.- 3 Abstraction in Data Modeling.- 4 Semantic Data Models.- 5 Models of Reality and Perception.- 6 Toward Cognition-Based Data Management.- 7 A Cognitive Approach to Data Modeling.- 8 Research Directions.- 4. Object-Oriented Database Systems.- 1 Introduction and Motivation.- 2 Object-Oriented Data Modeling.- 3 The Query Language OQL.- 4 Physical Object Management.- 5 Architecture of Client-Server-Systems.- 6 Indexing.- 7 Dealing with Set-Valued Attributes.- 8 Query Optimization.- 9 Conclusion.- 5. High Performance Parallel Database Management Systems.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Partitioning Strategies.- 3 Join Using Inter-Operator Parallelism.- 4 ORE: a Framework for Data Migration.- 5 Conclusions and Future Research Directions.- 6. Advanced Database Systems.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Preliminaries.- 3 Data Models and Modeling for Complex Objects.- 4 Advanced Query Languages.- 5 Advanced Database Server Capabilities.- 6 Conclusions and Outlook.- 7. Parallel and Distributed Multimedia Database Systems.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Media Fundamentals.- 3 MPEG as an Example of Media Compression.- 4 Organisation and Retrieval of Multimedia Data.- 5 Data Models for Multimedia Data.- 6 Multimedia Retrieval Sequence Using Images as an Example.- 7 Requirements for Multimedia Applications.- 8 Parallel and Distributed Processing of Multimedia Data.- 9 Parallel and Distributed Techniques for Multimedia Databases.- 10 Case Study: Cairo — Cluster Architecture for Image Retrieval and Organisation.- 11 Conclusions.- 8. Workflow Technology: the Support for Collaboration.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Application Scenario and Collaboration Requirements.- 3 Commercial Technologies Addressing Collaboration Requirements.- 4 Evaluation of Current Workflow Management Technology.- 5 Research Problems, Related Work, and Directions.- 6 Summary.- 9. Data Warehouses.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Basics.- 3 The Database of a Data Warehouse.- 4 The Data Warehouse Concept.- 5 Data Analysis of a Data Warehouse.- 6 Building a Data Warehouse.- 7 Future Research Directions.- 8 Conclusions.- 10. Mobile Computing.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Mobile Computing Infrastructure.- 3 Mobile Computing Software Architectures and Models.- 4 Disconnected Operation.- 5 Weak Connectivity.- 6 Data Delivery by Broadcast.- 7 Mobile Computing Resources and Pointers.- 8 Conclusions.- 11. Data Mining.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Mining Associations.- 3 Classification and Prediction.- 4 Clustering.- 5 Conclusions.- List of Contributors.

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