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XML, semi-structured databases, and the semantic web.

Author: Bhavani Thuraisingham
Publisher: CRC Press
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

Covers three technologies of impact for electronic business: Extensible Markup Language (XML), Semi-structured Databases, and the Semantic Web. This book highlights the implications of these  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bhavani Thuraisingham
ISBN: 0849310318 9780849310317
OCLC Number: 223442882
Contents: INTRODUCTION Trends Supporting Technologies for XMLXML TechnologiesXML ApplicationsOrganization of This Book How to ProceedPart I: SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR XML The World Wide Web and XML Evolution of the Web Corporate Information Infrastructures Some Supporting Technologies for the WebReview of HTMLWord Wide Web Consortium and XMLWeb Database Management and XML Web Databases Data Mining and the WebArchitectural Aspects Relationship to XML Information Retrieval Systems and XML Text Retrieval Image Retrieval Video RetrievalAudio Retrieval Multimedia Data TypesMarkup Languages and SGML Relationship to XML Information Management Technologies and XML Collaboration and Data ManagementMultimedia Data Management Knowledge Management Decision SupportAgents for the Web Some Other Information TechnologiesRelationship to XML E-Commerce and XML E-Business and E-Commerce Models for E-Commerce Architectures or E-Commerce E-Commerce FunctionsInformation Technologies for E-CommerceRelationship to XML Metadata, Ontologies, and XML Background on Metadata Metadata for the WebMining and Metadata Note on Ontologies Relationship to XML Conclusion to Part IPart II: XML AND THE SEMANTIC WEBBasic Concepts in XML Components of an XML Document Containers, Elements, and Attributes NamespacesData TypesOther Aspects Advanced Concepts in XML Semantic Issues Revisiting DTDsXlink and Other Constructs XML SchemasXMLQLData Integration IssuesInternationalizationOther Aspects The Semantic Web Semantic Web ConceptsRDFRevisiting OntologiesAgents and the DAML ProgramSemantic Web as a Database XML, RDF, and Interoperability Web vs. the Semantic Web Semistructured Databases Architectures for Semistructured DatabasesData Models for Semistructured Databases .Functions of Semistructured DatabasesInteroperability and Migration of Semistructured Databases Revisiting XML Some DevelopmentsConclusion to Part IIPart III: Applications of XML XML Applications to E-CommerceDiscussion of Applications Some Related Efforts Applications of XML to Data Management Metadata Semistructured Databases 13.4 XML and Query Processing Transaction ProcessingStorage ManagementSecurity, Integrity, and Fault ToleranceData DistributionInteroperability and MigrationData Warehousing and Mining Architectures Object Technology Applications of XML to Information ManagementMultimedia and XML Collaborative Computing and XMLKnowledge Management and XML Decision Support and XMLAgents and XML Wireless ComputingOther Information Technologies and XMLXML-Related Data and Information Management Toolsfor the WebWeb Database System ToolsWeb Mining ToolsWeb Application Server Tools Web Knowledge Management Tools Web Metadata and XML Tools Other Web Information Management Tools Breakthrough Standards, Tools, and Services Building the Semantic Web Revisiting Web vs. the Semantic WebIncremental Evolution and Architectural Aspects Data and Information Management Aspects Interoperability Issues, XML, and RDFWeb ServicesPutting It Together Conclusion to Part IIISummary and Directions Summary of This BookChallenges and Directions for XML, Databases, and theSemantic WebWhere to Go from HereReferencesAppendix AData Management Systems: Developments and Trends Overview Developments in Database Systems Status, Vision, and IssuesData Management Systems Framework Building Information Systems from the Framework Relationship between the Texts Summary References Appendix BDatabase Systems and Related TechnologiesOverview Relational and Entity-Relationship Data ModelsArchitectural IssuesDatabase DesignDatabase Administration Database Management System Functions Distributed DatabasesHeterogeneous Database Integration Federated DatabasesClient-Server Databases Migrating Legacy Databases and Applications Data Warehousing Data Mining Object Technology Summary References Index


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