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Database and Expert Systems Applications : Proceedings of the International Conference in Vienna, Austria, 1990

Author: A Min Tjoa; Roland Wagner
Publisher: Vienna : Springer Vienna, 1990.
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Use and development of database and expert systems can be found in all fields of computer science. The aim of this book is to present a large spectrum of already implemented or just being developed database and expert systems. Contributions cover new requirements, concepts for implementations (e.g. languages, models, storage structures), management of meta data, system architectures, and experiences gained by using  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: A Min Tjoa; Roland Wagner
ISBN: 9783709175538 3709175534
OCLC Number: 851390188
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 558 pages 336 illustrations)
Contents: Session 1A Information Retrieval.- Information Retrieval Tools for Literary Analysis.- Automatic Indexing of Document Databases by Cooperating Expert Systems.- Info Guide: A Full-Text Document Retrieval System.- An Architecture for Full Text Retrieval Systems.- Session 1B Object Oriented Modelling.- An Object-Oriented Approach to Modelling Relationships and Constraints based on Abstraction Concept.- Value-Oriented and Object-Oriented Database Design with Reference to Time.- An Object Behavior Modeling Method.- Correcting Anomalies of Standard Inheritance - A Constraint-Based Approach.- Session 1C User Interfaces and Hypertext.- An Intelligent Interface to Legal Data Bases Combining Logic Programming and Hypertext.- HyperTeX - A System for the Automatic Creation of Hypertext Textbooks from Linear Texts.- A Hypertext Database Model for Information Management in Software Engineering.- Two Level Hypermedia. An Improved Architecture for Hypertext.- Session 2A Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM).- A Tool Kit for Knowledge Based Production Planning Systems.- Application of Hybrid Expert Systems in Computer Integrated Manufacturing.- Relational Database Applications in Manufacturing System Design.- Integration of Knowledge-Based Modules into a Distributed Production Planning and Control System.- Session 2B Legal Systems.- An Approach to the Integration of Legal Support Systems.- Knowledge Systems and Law - The JUR1CAS Project.- An Expert System for Legal Case Research Support.- Toward a Comprehensive Legal Information Retrieval System.- Session 2C Network Applications.- TERESA: An Integrated System for Network Diagnoses.- DScheme, An Imbedable Interpreter.- Data-Intensive Applications in Open Networks: Extending the Modelling, Programming and Communication Support.- Distributed Knowledge Based Systems Supporting CIM Components on B-ISDN.- Session 3A Software Databases.- ALGRES Prototype of Reusable Software Modules Based on Algebraic Specifications.- A Database of Software Components: An Algebraic Structure and Its Implementation.- Session 3B Legal Systems.- Legal Knowledge Elicitation: From Textual Databases to Expert Systems.- Computer-Aided Research and Teaching of Roman Law: A Database of Justinianean Sources.- Session 3C Distributed Aspects.- Distributed Evaluation of the DATALOG Query Language.- The Federated Databases and Systems: A New Generation of Advanced Database System.- Session 4A Implementation Aspects.- A High Speed Database Machine HDM and its Performance Evaluation.- Dynamic Scheduling of Transactions in Design Databases Based on Version Consistency.- Design, Implementation and Performance Comparison of the Buddy Tree.- Session 4B The Object Oriented Approach.- Coupling the Complex-Relational Data Base CoReDB with the Object Management System OMS.- Query Optimization in Object-Oriented Database Systems.- Conceptual Retrieval using Object-Oriented Approach.- Logics and OO-Data Bases: A Declarative Approach.- Session 4C Non-Standard Applications.- Visual Interaction with Electronic Art Gallery.- OMEN - An Object-Oriented Database Management System for Non-Standard Database Applications.- ARDITO: An Advanced Relational Database System for Image and Text Organization.- Session 5A Applications in Science and Engineering.- Name Reactions in Organic Chemistry - A New Application Domain for Deductive Databases.- A Data Model for Engineering Design and its Implementation Using a Link-Oriented Database.- Implementation of a Historical/Geographical Database with Support of Imprecise Dates.- Definition of CI GALES: A Geographical Information System Query Language.- Session 5B Legal Systems.- Expert System and Database Interaction in the Legal Domain.- A Simple Intelligent Interface to Data Bases on Environmental Law.- The Prototype Work Payment Claim (ARPO), as the First Step towards the Construction of an Aid Program for Legal Decisions.- An Expert System for Drafting Contractual Documents in Public Administration Procurement Operations.- Session 5C Integration of Expert and Database Systems.- ESQL: An Extended SQL with Object and Deductive Capabilities.- A Proposal for Integrating Artificial Intelligence and Database Techniques.- Knowledge Systems: A Synthesis of Database Systems and Expert Systems Technologies.- An Expert System Approach to Database Design.- Concepts for Intelligent Database Front-End Systems.- Session 6A Office Applications.- Knowledge-Based Applications in Office Information Systems: An Integration Approach.- A Terminological Approach to Business Domain Modelling.- An Organization & Resources Model for Adapting Office Systems to Organizational Structures.- Session 6B Health Systems.- Computer-Aided Interpretation of Routine Health Examinations.- Temporal Aspects of a Knowledge Based System for the Management of Hospital Patients.- Session 7A Knowledge Modelling.- A Knowledge Representation Scheme and a Knowledge Derivation Mechanism for Achieving Rule Sharing among Heterogeneous Expert Systems.- Toward a Knowledge Model of Problem Solving.- Using Artificial Intelligence Techniques to Formalize the Information System Design Process.- The Rule Language RL/1.- Session 7B Legal Systems.- Design and Implementation of Substantive Applications in Criminal Law: Beyond a Court Management Perspective.- A Historical Data Bank of Italian Legal Language.- KELP: A Hypertext Oriented User-Interface for an Intelligent Legal Fulltext Information Retrieval System.- LEXIS: A Legal Expert System for Improving Legislative Drafting.- Session 7C Engineering Applications in Science and Engineering.- ARCHEO-NET: A Prehistoric and Paleontological Material Data Base for Research and Scientific Animation.- A Comprehensive Environment for Computer Aid in Technical Security System Design.- An Object Oriented Database for Architectural Project Management.- A Neural Net Learning Algorithm for Design of Cardiotocograph Signal Evaluation Expert System: MYDEARBABY 90/2.47.- Session 8A Implementation Aspects.- A High Performance Concurrency Control Protocol for Multi-Processors Transaction Processing Systems.- Font Cache Design Issues in a Distributed Electronic Publishing System for Japanese Language Documents.- The Design of a Logic Query Processor.- Persistent Data Storage for Prolog.- Session 8B User-Interfaces and Hypertext.- A Knowledge-Based Design for Hypertext-Based Document Retrieval Systems.- The Process of Knowledge Structuring Supported by a Hypertext System.- Concepts of Integrating Expert Systems and Visual Databases.- Session 8C Office Applications.- Database Models for Textual Documents: User Needs and System Capabilities.- Machine Accessible Communications for the Office Environment.- A System for Knowledge-Based Information Extraction.- Design and Development of a Document Management System for Banking Applications: an Example of Office Automation.- Session 9A Statistical Applications.- ALADIN: A Knowledge Based Data Analysis in a Industrial Field.- A Functional Model for Statistical Entities.- Exploratory Data Analysis Using Data Semantics.- Session 9B Special Applications.- An Expert System for Consultation of Decision Table Systems.- Coupling Knowledge Base and Database in a Productive Environment.- Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Bibliographies.- Session 9C Implementation Aspects.- Intensional Query Processing: A Three-Step Approach.- An Algorithm for Selection Operator Propagation in Resolution Graph.- Database - Knowledge Base Consistency Monitor.
Other Titles: DEXA 90
Responsibility: edited by A. Min Tjoa, Roland Wagner.

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