Information Organization and Databases: Foundations of Data Organization

Information Organization and Databases: Foundations of Data Organization


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Information Organization and Databases: Foundations of Data Organization provides recent developments of information organization technologies that have become crucial not only for data mining applications and information visualization, but also for treatment of semistructured data, spatio-temporal data and multimedia data that are not necessarily stored in conventional DBMSs.
Information Organization and Databases: Foundations of Data Organization presents:
  • semistructured data addressing XML, query languages and integrity constraints, focusing on advanced technologies for organizing web data for effective retrieval;
  • multimedia database organization emphasizing video data organization and data structures for similarity retrieval;
  • technologies for data mining and data warehousing;
  • index organization and efficient query processing issues;
  • spatial data access and indexing;
  • organizing and retrieval of WWW and hypermedia.
Information Organization and Databases: Foundations of Data Organization is a resource for database practitioners, database researchers, designers and administrators of multimedia information systems, and graduate-level students in the area of information retrieval and/or databases wishing to keep abreast of advances in the information organization technologies.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781461355243
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 11/05/2012
Series: The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science , #579
Edition description: 2000
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Preface. Part I: Introduction. 1. Information Organization and Databases; K. Tanaka, et al. Part II: Semistructured Data. 2. Semistructured Data and XML; D. Suciu. 3. Entity-oriented Queries for Semistructured Data; K. Tajima. 4. Path Existence Constraints in Object-Oriented Databases; E. Oomoto, et al. Part III: Multimedia Database Organization. 5. Organization of Video Data Based on Semantic Representation by Conceptual Clustering; M. Kaji, K. Uehara. 6. Efficient Retrieval of Similar Time Series; D. Rafiei, A. Mendelzon. 7. An Efficient Data Structure for Storing Similar Binary Images; Yung-Kuan Chan, Chin-Chen Chang. Part IV: Multimedia Database Environment. 8. Managing Parallel Disks for Continuous Media Data; E. Chang, et al. 9. MWMD: A Module-Based Workbench for Multimedia Database Programmers and Users; Y. Ichikawa, et al. Part V: Data Mining and Data Warehousing. 10. Kohonen's Self-Organizing Maps in Contextual Analysis of Data; T. Honkela, et al. 11. Knowledge Discovery Using Web Bags in a Web Warehouse; S.B. Bhowmick, et al. 12. Knowledge Discovery by Logical Resolution with Usefulness Measure; E. Yamamoto, K. Umemura. 13. Database Compression with Data Mining Methods; Chien-Le Goh, et al. 14. Conceptual On-Line Analytical Processing; G. Stumme. Part VI: Indexing and Query Processing. 15. Approximate Query Processing Model for Mobile Computing; S.K. Madria, et al. 16. A Mechanism of Structural Join Index Hierarchy for Efficient Complex Object Retrieval; Chi-wai Fung, et al. 17. Optimal Object Descriptor Caching in Temporal Object Database Systems; K. Norvag, K. Bratbergsengen. 18. Power Conserving and Access Efficient Indexes for Wireless Computing; Dik Lun Lee, et al. Part VII: Spatial Data Access & Indexing. 19. Spatial Indexing by Virtual Bounding Rectangles for High-Dimensional Data; Y. Sakurai, et al. 20. PK-tree: A Spatial Index Structure for High Dimensional Point Data; Wei Wang, et al. 21. HQT*: A Scalable Distributed Data Structure for High-Performance Spatial Accesses; J.S. Karlsson. 22. Data Declustering and Cluster Ordering Technique for Spatial Join Scheduling; Jitian Xiao, et al. Part VIII: WWW and Hypermedia. 23. Augmented Hypermedia: System Integration and Usability; Y. Hara, K. Hirata. 24. Converting the Syntactic Structures of Hierarchical Data to Their Semantic Structures; Seung-Jin Lim, Yiu-Kai Ng. 25. Agent-Based Processing of Navigational Queries in INFOWEAVER; K. Katoh, et al. 26. PowerBookmarks: An Advanced Web Bookmark Database System and its Information Sharing and Management; Wen-Syan Li, et al. Index.

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