Intelligent Integration of Information, Issues 2-3

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Gio Wiederhold
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 31, 1996 - Computers - 203 pages
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Intelligent Integration of Information presents a collection of chapters bringing the science of intelligent integration forward. The focus on integration defines tasks that increase the value of information when information from multiple sources is accessed, related, and combined.
This contributed volume has also been published as a special double issue of the Journal of Intelligent Information Systems (JIIS), Volume 6:2/3.
 

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Contents

Query Reformulation for Dynamic Information Integration
11
Scalable Methods for Declarative Information Networks
43
An Approach to Information Mediation in the Industrial Domain
63
A Common Language for Achieving RuleBased Interoperability among Heterogeneous Systems
83
Generating Data Integration Mediators that Use Materialization
111
A Scalable and Extensible Cooperative Information System
135
Integrating Information via Matchmaking
173
Intelligent Integration of Information
193
Contributing Authors
205
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