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Database and Expert Systems Applications 15th International Conference, DEXA 2004, Zaragoza, Spain, August 30-September 3, 2004, Proceedings

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 08/2004
Edizione: 2004


DEXA 2004, the 15th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, was held August 30 ? September 3, 2004, at the University of Zaragoza, Spain. The quickly growing spectrum of database applications has led to the establisment of more specialized discussion platforms (DaWaK Conference, EC-Web Conference, EGOVConference, Trustbus Conference and DEXA Workshop: Every DEXA event has its own conference proceedings), which were held in parallel with the DEXA Conference also in Zaragoza. In your hands are the results of much effort. The work begins with the preparation of the submitted papers, which then go through the reviewing process. The accepted papers are revised to final versions by their authors and are then arranged within the conference program. All culminates in the conference itself. For this conference 304 papers were submitted, and I want to thank to all who contributed to it; they are the real base of the conference. The program committee and the supporting reviewers produced altogether 942 referee reports, in average 3,1 reports per paper, and selected 92 papers for presentation. At this point we would like to say many thanks to all the institutions that actively supported this conference and made it possible. These were: • University of Zaragoza • FAW • DEXA Association • Austrian Computer Society


Workflow I.- Supporting Contract Execution through Recommended Workflows.- An Ontology-Driven Process Modeling Framework.- Ensuring Task Dependencies During Workflow Recovery.- Web Service Based Architecture for Workflow Management Systems.- Active and Deductive DB Aspects.- Feasibility Conditions and Preference Criteria in Querying and Repairing Inconsistent Databases.- An Active Functional Intensional Database.- Optimal Deployment of Triggers for Detecting Events.- A New Approach for Checking Schema Validation Properties.- Workflow II.- Autonomic Group Protocol for Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Systems.- On Evolution of XML Workflow Schemata.- A Framework for Selecting Workflow Tools in the Context of Composite Information Systems.- Queries I (Multidimensional Indexing).- Evaluation Strategies for Bitmap Indices with Binning.- On the Automation of Similarity Information Maintenance in Flexible Query Answering Systems.- An Efficient Neighbor Searching Scheme of Distributed Collaborative Filtering on P2P Overlay Network.- Applications.- Partially Ordered Preferences Applied to the Site Location Problem in Urban Planning.- A Flexible Fuzzy Expert System for Fuzzy Duplicate Elimination in Data Cleaning.- DBSitter: An Intelligent Tool for Database Administration.- Interacting with Electronic Institutions.- Queries II (Multidimensional Indexing).- Growing Node Policies of a Main Memory Index Structure for Moving Objects Databases.- Optimal Subspace Dimensionality for k-NN Search on Clustered Datasets.- PCR-Tree: An Enhanced Cache Conscious Multi-dimensional Index Structures.- Knowledge Processing und Information Retrieval.- Classification Decision Combination for Text Categorization: An Experimental Study.- Information Extraction via Automatic Pattern Discovery in Identified Region.- CRISOL: An Approach for Automatically Populating Semantic Web from Unstructured Text Collections.- Text Categorization by a Machine-Learning-Based Term Selection.- Queries III (XML).- Update Conscious Inverted Indexes for XML Queries in Relational Databases.- A Selective Key-Oriented XML Index for the Index Selection Problem in XDBMS.- SUCXENT: An Efficient Path-Based Approach to Store and Query XML Documents.- Querying Distributed Data in a Super-Peer Based Architecture.- Digital Libraries and Information Retrieval I.- Phrase Similarity through the Edit Distance.- A Document Model Based on Relevance Modeling Techniques for Semi-structured Information Warehouses.- Retrieving Relevant Portions from Structured Digital Documents.- Query IV (OLAP).- Parallel Hierarchical Data Cube for Range Sum Queries and Dynamic Updates.- A Bitmap Index for Multidimensional Data Cubes.- Analytical Synopses for Approximate Query Answering in OLAP Environments.- Digital Libraries and Information Retrieval II.- Morphological and Syntactic Processing for Text Retrieval.- Efficient Top-k Query Processing in P2P Network.- Improved Data Retrieval Using Semantic Transformation.- A Structure-Based Filtering Method for XML Management Systems.- Mobile Information Systems.- Uncertainty Management for Network Constrained Moving Objects.- Towards Context-Aware Data Management for Ambient Intelligence.- TriM: Tri-Modal Data Communication in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks.- Knowledge Processing I.- Efficient Rule Base Verification Using Binary Decision Diagrams.- How to Model Visual Knowledge: A Study of Expertise in Oil-Reservoir Evaluation.- A New Approach of Eliminating Redundant Association Rules.- An a Priori Approach for Automatic Integration of Heterogeneous and Autonomous Databases.- Knowledge Processing II.- PC-Filter: A Robust Filtering Technique for Duplicate Record Detection in Large Databases.- On Efficient and Effective Association Rule Mining from XML Data.- Support for Constructing Theories in Case Law Domains.- Knowledge Processing III.- Identifying Audience Preferences in Legal and Social Domains.- Characterizing Database User’s Access Patterns.- Using Case Based Retrieval Techniques for Handling Anomalous Situations in Advisory Dialogues.- A Probabilistic Approach to Classify Incomplete Objects Using Decision Trees.- XML I.- A Graph-Based Data Model to Represent Transaction Time in Semistructured Data.- Effective Clustering Schemes for XML Databases.- Detecting Content Changes on Ordered XML Documents Using Relational Databases.- Timestamp-Based Protocols for Synchronizing Access on XML Documents.- Distributed and Parallel Data Bases I.- On Improving the Performance Dependability of Unstructured P2P Systems via Replication.- Processing Ad-Hoc Joins on Mobile Devices.- Preserving Consistency of Dynamic Data in Peer-Based Caching Systems.- Efficient Processing of Distributed Iceberg Semi-joins.- Advanced Database Techniques I.- Definition of Derived Classes in ODMG Databases.- Applying a Fuzzy Approach to Relaxing Cardinality Constraints.- In Support of Mesodata in Database Management Systems.- Distributed and Parallel Data Bases II.- Moderate Concurrency Control in Distributed Object Systems.- Performance Evaluation of a Simple Update Model and a Basic Locking Mechanism for Broadcast Disks.- Adaptive Double Routing Indices: Combining Effectiveness and Efficiency in P2P Systems.- Advanced DB Techniques II.- Efficient Algorithms for Multi-file Caching.- A System for Processing Continuous Queries over Infinite Data Streams.- Outer Join Elimination in the Teradata RDBMS.- Formalising Software Quality Using a Hierarchy of Quality Models.- Bioinformatics.- RgS-Miner: A Biological Data Warehousing, Analyzing and Mining System for Identifying Transcriptional Regulatory Sites in Human Genome.- Effective Filtering for Structural Similarity Search in Protein 3D Structure Databases.- Fast Similarity Search for Protein 3D Structure Databases Using Spatial Topological Patterns.- Ontology-Driven Workflow Management for Biosequence Processing Systems.- XML II.- Towards Integration of XML Document Access and Version Control.- Prefix Path Streaming: A New Clustering Method for Optimal Holistic XML Twig Pattern Matching.- A Self-adaptive Scope Allocation Scheme for Labeling Dynamic XML Documents.- F2/XML: Navigating through Linked XML Documents.- Temporal and Spatial Data Bases I.- Declustering of Trajectories for Indexing of Moving Objects Databases.- Computing the Topological Relationship of Complex Regions.- A Framework for Representing Moving Objects.- Temporal Functional Dependencies with Multiple Granularities: A Logic Based Approach.- Web I.- Device Cooperative Web Browsing and Retrieving Mechanism on Ubiquitous Networks.- A Flexible Security System for Enterprise and e-Government Portals.- Guiding Web Search by Third-party Viewpoints: Browsing Retrieval Results by Referential Contexts in Web.- Temporal and Spatial Data Bases II.- Algebra-to-SQL Query Translation for Spatio-Temporal Databases.- Visualization Process of Temporal Data.- XPQL: A Pictorial Language for Querying Geographic Data.- Web II.- HW-STALKER: A Machine Learning-Based Approach to Transform Hidden Web Data to XML.- Putting Enhanced Hypermedia Personalization into Practice via Web Mining.- Extracting User Behavior by Web Communities Technology on Global Web Logs.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 1502 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:Bibliographie
Pagine Arabe: 978
Pagine Romane: xxii

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