Database Systems 99: proceedings of the 10th Australasian Database Conference, ADC'99, Auckland, New Zealand, 18-21 January 1999
This volume contains the proceedings of the 10th Australasian Database Conference (ADC99), held 18-21 January 1999, in Auckland, New Zealand. The 18 refereed papers presented at the conference are divided into six topical sessions, and includes the latest research in areas such as data-mining, data warehousing, information retrieval, multidimensional databases, and workflow systems. This book thus summarises some of the most recent research, development and novel applications of databases.
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application approach architecture attributes Australasian Database Conference average query cost backward recovery BANG file Bebop changes Ciaccia clustering collection compensating transaction components constraints CORBA cost model data cube data distribution database systems Database Transaction datasets declustering defined dimensions disk distance document domain efficient example execution Figure FlowBack graph hash hash table implementation induced path interoperation M-tree mapping method metric space metric trees MMI algorithm MQ Workflow multidimensional database nextword index node normal form object object-oriented ODBC OLAP OLE DB OO schema optimized choice vector partial-match retrieval partition path functional dependency performance PFDs phrase problem query distribution Ramamohanarao range queries records relational requires rule Section semantic server SIGMOD simulated annealing specific Springer-Verlag Standardized Query standardized schema structure sub-vectors subset target database techniques temporal databases Transaction Models tuples workflow systems Z+SQL