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A textual object management system

Scott C. Deerwester, Keith Waclena, Michelle LaMar
1992 Proceedings of the 15th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on Research and development in information retrieval - SIGIR '92  
A programming language like Awk or Perl provides very general facilities for describing textual objects, but at the cost of rescanning the text *  ...  Such code is often unsatisfying in that access to textual objects is either efficient, or flexible, but not both.  ...  Introduction and Motivation In thk paper we present a system for managing textual objects called TOMS (Textual Object Management System).  ... 
doi:10.1145/133160.133186 dblp:conf/sigir/DeerwesterWL92 fatcat:o43c7ymosngkdiugj2qp3xmtjm

Considering Dynamic Non-Textual Content When Migrating Digital Asset Management Systems

Ayla Stein, Santi Thompson
2015 Zenodo  
The researchers investigate how important managing and providing access to dynamic, non-textual media was to institutions that were migrating from one digital asset management system to another.  ...  that institutions are considering dynamic non-textual content when migrating to a new DAMS?"  ...  However, other emerging, more complex content, including 3D objects, geospatial data, and research data, remain daunting for libraries to manage, make accessible, and preserve.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.34716 fatcat:jelensga5rgr5dlwb3uu75holu

Page 22 of Electronic Publishing Vol. 4, Issue 4 [page]

1991 Electronic Publishing  
This means that present state-of-the-art IR systems manage only textual representations of documents.  ...  Data management is generally implemented by means of a traditional database management system.  ... 

Joint Management and Analysis of Textual Documents and Tabular Data within the AUDAL Data Lake [article]

Pegdwendé Sawadogo, Camille Noûs
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Thus, we introduce a new approach to design a data lake and propose an extensive metadata system to activate richer features than those usually supported in data lake approaches.  ...  In 2010, the concept of data lake emerged as an alternative to data warehouses for big data management. Data lakes follow a schema-on-read approach to provide rich and flexible analyses.  ...  Metadata Management in AUDAL The most critical component in a data lake is presumably the metadata management system.  ... 
arXiv:2109.01374v1 fatcat:jwwtc6yjvvg3vdqmu4qfsln4ea

The Visual Interface of the STAR Framework [chapter]

Ronaldo S. Mello, Lia G. Golendziner, Flávio R. Wagner
1995 Electronic Design Automation Frameworks  
In the STAR framework, a visual inteiface is the primary user inteiface to the system, allowing access to different managers and offering facilities for browsing and querying design objects.  ...  A graphical browser is available, allowing the navigation through design objects stored in the database, such that object properties can be shown and related objects can be investigated, departing from  ...  Aknowledgements We greatfully aknowledge the work of Eduardo A Rambo who made the implementation of the STAR visual interface windows, as well as the database objects visualization functions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34880-3_25 fatcat:gobc7eom6fb3vo33yg75dhprzi

Page 38 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 29, Issue 1 [page]

1992 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
The results of textual processing with REVIS System based on 150 thousand titles from the Management and Informatics domains gives us a very significant sample.  ...  In such a situation we are taking the full term in which the object kernel is a component. In our case this is the term "textual data".  ... 

BIMS: Biomedical Information Management System [article]

Oscar Mora, Jesús Bisbal
2013 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we present BIMS (Biomedical Information Management System).  ...  The result is a highly flexible web application which allows modeling and managing large amounts of heterogeneous biomedical data sets, both textual as well as visual (medical images) information.  ...  There, textual information is stored in a DBMS (Database Management System), and DICOM images are sent to an external PACS server.  ... 
arXiv:1303.5874v1 fatcat:pxurvncifncvrmwnipcfnuv7qa

Visual SDLC

Marc Raygoza
2003 Companion of the 18th annual ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-oriented programming, systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA '03  
In practice, requirements engineering is almost impractical without a commercial automation tool.  ...  This paper describes how the enterprise software development lifecycle management solution, Visual SDLC, addresses some of the outstanding issues of the present requirements engineering tools.  ...  Visual SDLC is integrated lifecycle product that allows teams to visually model and textually define the software system in a single integrated environment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/949344.949375 dblp:conf/oopsla/Raygoza03 fatcat:vec3dch5jjdxfffh2zqt4kkqsu

ApplBuilder: An Object-Oriented Application Generator Supporting Rapid Prototyping

Kaj Grønbæk, Anette Hviid, Randall H. Trigg
1991 DAIMI Report Series  
Actions behind buttons and menu items are programmed as "scripts" in textual editors activated from within a graphical editor.  ...  User interface objects such as dialogs, menus, and windows are designed using direct manipulation graphical editors.  ...  A user interface object, for instance, may be edited both graphically and textually. The Code Manager. Code generation and switching between editors are handled by a code manager.  ... 
doi:10.7146/dpb.v20i366.6597 fatcat:zl2g6jyxfbf6leq3dlsj3bkx44

4 Sinleqiunnini: Designing an Annotated Text Collection for Logo-Syllabic Writing Systems [chapter]

Francesco Di Filippo
2019 Crossing Experiences in Digital Epigraphy  
Sophisticated writing systems, such as Cuneiform and Linear B, pose tremendous challenges for the development of digital corpora of annotated textual documents.  ...  While the usual approach of adapting a mark-up language would have been possible at least in principle, Sinleqiunnini relies on a different formal model, having been conceived from its beginning as a database  ...  Such a level of simplification has a significant impact on textual collection management.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110607208-005 fatcat:aabobwhukreblejdrskn34cmci

Supporting Flexible Consistency Management via Discrete Change Description Propagation

JOHN C. GRUNDY, JOHN G. HOSKING, WARWICK B. MUGRIDGE
1996 Software, Practice & Experience  
A new software architecture for supporting inter-object consistency management is described.  ...  The paper commences with a description of common consistency management requirements.  ...  Inconsistency Management Many consistency management systems assume the system is always consistent i.e. constraints are "hard" and are always enforced 6, 9, 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-024x(199609)26:9<1053::aid-spe51>3.3.co;2-l fatcat:e4l3hvikvjfaxergk4vxaiiaua

Supporting Flexible Consistency Management via Discrete Change Description Propagation

JOHN C. GRUNDY, JOHN G. HOSKING, WARWICK B. MUGRIDGE
1996 Software, Practice & Experience  
A new software architecture for supporting inter-object consistency management is described.  ...  The paper commences with a description of common consistency management requirements.  ...  Inconsistency Management Many consistency management systems assume the system is always consistent i.e. constraints are "hard" and are always enforced 6, 9, 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1097-024x(199609)26:9<1053::aid-spe51>3.0.co;2-u fatcat:o5mpe35kmjcbpaihvd6wy265em

Integrating Textual Knowledge and Formal Knowledge for Improving Traceability [chapter]

Farid Cerbah, Jérôme Euzenat
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The presented system is one step towards incremental formalization from textual knowledge.  ...  More precisely, we concentrate on the role of terminological knowledge in the mapping between (informal) textual requirements and (formal) object models.  ...  Using terminological items to link textual requirements and object models Figure 2 . 2 The integrated system based on XTerm and Troeps. deals with knowledge management and model indexing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-39967-4_22 fatcat:kszsw2jd5bdepnlrlmz4sr2vhi

On the Development of Traditional and Spatial Databases of MEMDUR System

Dorin CÂRSTOIU, Gabriel GORGHIU, Cătălin RISTEA
2010 Bulletin of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca: Agriculture  
The MEMDUR system was designed as an advanced management system that has to ensure a clear evaluation of the environmental risk being able to administrate the crises, having in view the actual requirements  ...  The spatial database (defined as a GIS one) combines the spatial entities (as they are met in nature) with the textual data.  ...  This work was funded through PN2 Project "Sustainable Management System of Resources Used for Monitoring and Evaluating the Environmental Risks in Order to Prevent the Negative Effects and to Manage Crises  ... 
doi:10.15835/buasvmcn-agr:5176 fatcat:kb2bk7pk4fec7jy6tkqvwropyy

The SPADES Framework for Scalable Management of Spatio-textual Data

Akrivi Vlachou, Christos Doulkeridis, Nikolaos Koutroumanis, Dimitrios Poulopoulos, Kjetil Nørvåg
2020 Panhellenic Conference on Informatics  
Management of spatio-textual data raises challenges due to the high dimensional nature of text, in combination with the problem of preserving data locality for spatial data.  ...  This is coupled with a processing layer that encompasses algorithms both for centralized and parallel processing.  ...  Spatio-textual Data. A spatio-textual object consists of a spatial location . and a set of keywords . = { 1 , 2 , . . . , }.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3437120.3437293 dblp:conf/pci/VlachouDKPN20 fatcat:hngdbsr2zfgu3mjrg35lko63ju
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