Ontologies and Databases
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 30, 1999 - Computers - 120 pages
Ontologies and Databases brings together in one place important contributions and up-to-date research results in this fast moving area.
Ontologies and Databases serves as an excellent reference, providing insight into some of the most challenging research issues in the field.
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Guest Editors Introduction
A Flexible Coordinator to Mediate Context Construction
Modeling Issues and Implementation
A DiscoveryBased Approach to Database Ontology Design
Load Balancing for Parallel Query Execution on NUMA Multiprocessors
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abstraction activations Affiliation affinity analysis applied approach architecture assertions asynchronous I/Os attribute buffer candidate clusters classification Computer conceptual schemas Conf database ontology database schemas database systems defined degree of belief denoted domain ehar Employee entities example execution model Faculty Figure function hash table heterogeneous hypernym identified information systems InterMED intersection area intersection concepts IS-A knowledge load balancing locality of reference mapping methodology MIKROKOSMOS multiprocessors names NUMA number of processors object-oriented ontology concepts ontology design OODB schema OOVR operator pair parallel execution partitioning pipeline chain plausible property-introducing concept representation represented schema elements SCOPES Section semantic conflicts semantic correspondence semantic network semantic reconciliation semantic similarity SemPro set of properties shared-memory shared-nothing SharingLevel skew source CV speed-up structure subclass relationships synchronization synonymy techniques terminological relationships thesaurus thread tree Truth Maintenance System tuple unification VLDB vocabulary