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Advances in Database Technologies : Er '98 Workshops on Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Mobile Data Access, and Collaborative Work Support and Spatio-Temporal Data Management, Singapore, November 19-20, 1998, Proceedings - Yahiko Kambayashi

Advances in Database Technologies

Er '98 Workshops on Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Mobile Data Access, and Collaborative Work Support and Spatio-Temporal Data Management, Singapore, November 19-20, 1998, Proceedings

By: Yahiko Kambayashi (Editor), Dik Lun Lee (Editor), Ee-Peng Lim (Editor), Mukesh Kumar Mohania (Editor), Yoshifumi Masunaga (Editor)

Paperback Published: 22nd February 1999
ISBN: 9783540656906
Number Of Pages: 600

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Advances in Database Technologies(ADT) is a workshopseries designed to p- mote interaction and discussion among researchers and practitioners in speci?c topics related to advanced data modeling and database technologies. The ?rst ADT workshop was held in conjunction with the 17th International Conference on Conceptual Modeling (ER'98) in Singapore. It consisted of three small wo- shops, i.e., the"InternationalWorkshoponDataWarehousingandDataMining" organized by Prof. Sham Navathe and Dr. Mukesh Mohania, the "International Workshop on Mobile Data Access" organized by Prof. Dik Lun Lee, and the "InternationalWorkshopon New DatabaseTechnologiesfor CollaborativeWork Support and Spatio-TemporalData Management" organizedby Prof.Yoshifumi Masunaga. These three small workshops were held simultaneously on 19 and 20 November, and the papers were jointly published in this ADT'98 proceedings. Wewouldliketo thankProf.ShamNavathe, Dr. MukeshMohania, Prof.Dik Lun Lee, Prof. Yoshifumi Masunaga and their program committees for wo- ing together to insure an excellent workshop program. The program co-chair of ER'98 Prof. Tok Wang Ling and his organizing committee members gave o- standing support to the workshops with the local arrangements, registration, publicity, and the preparationof the proceedings. Our special thanks go to Prof.

Data Warehousing and Data Mining
Knowledge Discovery
A Fuzzy Attribute-Oriented Induction Method for Knowledge Discovery in Relational Databasesp. 1
Fast Methods with Magic Sampling for Knowledge Discovery in Deductive Databases with Large Deduction Resultsp. 14
Data Mining
A Heuristic Method for Correlating Attribute Group Pairs in Data Miningp. 29
Incremental Meta-Mining from Large Temporal Data Setsp. 41
On the Suitability of Genetic-Based Algorithms for Data Miningp. 55
Data and Web Warehousing
Data Visualization in a Web Warehousep. 68
Recent Advances and Research Problems in Data Warehousingp. 81
Web Warehousing: Design and Issuesp. 93
Multidimensional Databases
Extending the E/R Model for the Multidimensional Paradigmp. 105
Numerical Aspects in the Data Model of Conceptual Information Systemsp. 117
Nested Data Cubes for OLAPp. 129
Panel Discussion
Data Warehousing and Data Mining - Are We Working on the Right Things?p. 141
Data Warehouse Design Issues
The Design of an Engineering Data Warehouse Based on Meta-Object Structuresp. 145
Two Version Concurrency Control Algorithm with Query Locking for Decision Supportp. 157
An Efficient View Maintenance Algorithm for Data Warehousingp. 169
Mobile Data Access
Caching
Adaptive Cache Validation for Mobile File Systemsp. 181
Broadcast Strategies to Maintain Cached Data for Mobile Computing Systemp. 193
Data Dissemination
Web Content Delivery to Heterogeneous Mobile Platformsp. 205
Dynamic Data Delivery in Wireless Communication Environmentsp. 218
Scalable Invalidation-Based Processing of Queries in Broadcast Push Deliveryp. 230
Replication
Timestamps to Detect R-W Conflicts in Mobile Computingp. 242
Rumor: Mobile Data Access Through Optimistic Peer-to-Peer Replicationp. 254
A Copy Update Mechanism for a Mobile Information Announcement System - Transmitting Non-storage Type Resources with Redundancyp. 266
Towards Optimal Replication for Hierarchical Location Management in Wireless Systemsp. 278
Mobile Networks
Distributed Control of Mobile ATM Networks Using CORBAp. 290
New Thoughts on Effects of TCP Slow Start and FEC Coding in WATM Access Networksp. 301
A Centralised Cellular Database to Support Network Management Processp. 311
Mobile Platforms
Security of Current Mobile IP Solutionsp. 323
An Active Database Framework for Adaptive Mobile Data Accessp. 335
Design and Implementation of a Mobile Application Support Systemp. 347
Tracking and Monitoring
Proposition of an Identification Service on a Hybrid WLAN with Mobiles Stationsp. 358
A Dynamic Navigation System Based on User's Geographical Situationp. 368
Panel Discussion:
Future of Mobile Computing: Convergence of Research and Applicationsp. 380
New Database Technologies for Collaborative Work Support and Spatio-Temporal Data Management
Collaborative Work Support-1
A Web Solution to Concurrency Awareness in Shared Data Spacesp. 382
Structured Message Management for Group Interactionp. 396
Collaborative Work Support-2
Group Activity Database for Groupware Evolutionp. 408
Supporting Collaborative Work by Process-Based Transaction Modelp. 421
A Cooperative Distributed Text Database Management Method Unifying Search and Compression Based on the Burrows-Wheeler Transformationp. 434
Constructing Structured Document Views (Short paper)p. 446
Temporal Data Modelling
Temporal Objects for Spatio-Temporal Data Models and a Comparison of Their Representationsp. 454
The Temporal Set-Theory, Tropology, and Their Application in Spatiotemporal Modelling (Short paper)p. 466
TimeCube: Efficient Storage, Access and Analysis of Temporal (Historical) Data (Short paper)p. 474
Moving Objects and Spatial Indexing
Proposal of Spatial-Temporal Indexing Methods for Moving Objectsp. 484
Spatio-Temporal Data Management for Moving Objects Using the PMD-Treep. 496
Implementing Sequoia 2000 Benchmark on Shusse-Uo and Its Performancep. 508
Spatio-Temporal Databases
A Spatiotemporal Query Processor Based on Simplicial Representationp. 520
Implementing Class Library and Index for Managing Spatio-Temporal Data (Short paper)p. 532
A Spatiotemporal Data Management Method Using Inverse Differential Scriptp. 542
Video Database Content
Extracting Event Semantics from Video Data Based on Real World Databasep. 554
Structured Modeling for Video Databasesp. 568
Applying Unsupervised Fuzzy C-Prototypes Clustering in Motion-Based Segmentation (Short paper)p. 580
Author Indexp. 591
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ISBN: 9783540656906
ISBN-10: 3540656901
Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 600
Published: 22nd February 1999
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.86