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The Architectural Pattern of a Highly Extensible System for the Asynchronous Processing of a Large Amount of Data

Ro Man Hwang, Soo Kyun Kim, Syungog An, Dong-Won Park
2013 Journal of Information Processing Systems  
The implemented system presents an innovative approach for a dynamic data object initialization and a flexible system for asynchronous interaction with data sources.  ...  The pattern is based on an asynchronous execution of programmable commands and a reflective approach of an object structure composition.  ...  The propagation of changes from the data source to the Presentation Layer in three-layer architecture [2] 2.2 The conflict between a relational database and an object-oriented system It is much more  ... 
doi:10.3745/jips.2013.9.4.567 fatcat:o6ntqdug7zcxnlptn7xv4onwfq

SyQL

Mirco Bianco, Alberto Sillitti, Giancarlo Succi
2008 Companion to the 23rd ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object oriented programming systems languages and applications - OOPSLA Companion '08  
We present a data manipulation language called System Query Language, which partially overcomes the problems of other similar languages and allows the user to retrieve the needed information.  ...  Data mining on software products and process metrics is hard. The relations between them are different and may vary.  ...  DmFSQL [1] is a general-purpose fuzzy query language data-mining oriented implemented as an Oracle database front-end.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1449814.1449826 dblp:conf/oopsla/BiancoSS08 fatcat:xvehr5qexjcntatfnm64eftw7y

Extending the OBJECTIVE Benchmark for Evaluation of Active Rules in a Distributed Component Integration Environment

Ying Jin, Susan D. Urban, Suzanne W. Dietrich
2006 Journal of Database Management  
The benchmark is based on the OBJECTIVE active database benchmark.  ...  In addition to mapping the test rules of the OBJECTIVE benchmark to the integration rules of the IRules system, we have extended the OBJECTIVE benchmark to test additional features of a component-based  ...  OBJECTIVE is a benchmark originally designed for centralized, active, object-oriented database systems.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jdm.2006100103 fatcat:27umqzp6lzao3idekh3xfilq3a

Context-based prefetch – an optimization for implementing objects on relations

Philip A. Bernstein, Shankar Pal, David Shutt
2000 The VLDB journal  
When implementing persistent objects on a relational database, a major performance issue is prefetching data to minimize the number of roundtrips to the database.  ...  When an object O's state is loaded, similar state for other objects in O's context is prefetched. We present a design for maintaining context and using it to guide prefetch.  ...  When accessing an object, the page-oriented OODB (POODB) retrieves the page containing the object, and therefore prefetches other data on the same page.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s007780000027 fatcat:dy4rtcl6njam3ikeodtlh7jnku

Using agent-based technology to create a cost effective, integrated, multimedia view of the electronic medical record

H J Lowe, W K Walker, J K Vries
1995 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
Agent-mediated links provide a mechanism for combining clinical data from multiple databases to create a unified, multimedia view of the electronic medical record.  ...  This paper provides an overview of the system and describes the use of agent-based technology to integrate clinical information from the Image Engine database and the MARS clinical information system at  ...  Systems IMAGE ENGINE Image Engine9 is an object-oriented, multi-user, client-server database system for the storage, retrieval and sharing of a wide range of digitized clinical images.  ... 
pmid:8563320 pmcid:PMC2579131 fatcat:zx7j5n6i2ngkjhn5ujc47dz2cu

Anwendung der Konzeptanalyse und ontologische Modellierung in der Wirtschaftsinformatik: Vorwort [chapter]

Heinz Dreher, Torsten Reiners, Stefan Voß, Robert Williams
2010 Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2010  
of data but ignores the needs of (basic) users with respect to differentiate expert knowledge from 'data' (opinion, unverified reports, and other material disguised amateurish gossip and musings.  ...  From a theoretic understanding, ontologies also describe semantic relations between concepts allowing  ...  Acknowledgement We greatly appreciate the support that we received from the following members of the program committee of our track: Christian Gütl (Graz, Austria), Felix Mödritscher (Vienna, Austria),  ... 
doi:10.17875/gup2010-1365 fatcat:oawhx26j75hyljti7vih6oumc4

Prototype system of insects identification based on computer vision

Yi Zhang, Zeeshan Fareed
2011 2011 2nd International Conference on Control, Instrumentation and Automation (ICCIA)  
The objective of this research was to design a new type of insect multimedia databases.  ...  Designed and implemented a multifeature asynchronous insect retrieval system, multi-feature fusion research retrieval features normalization and similarity measure algorithm.  ...  Also due to the current database does not have a wide range of GPS information, so auxiliary features from experimental data analysis has not yet produced significant effects.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icciautom.2011.6183926 fatcat:l37kskdrwrfafkmyjbnwo5c2gi

NETMARK: A Schema-Less Extension for Relational Databases for Managing Semi-structured Data Dynamically [chapter]

David A. Maluf, Peter B. Tran
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Object-Relational database management system is an integrated hybrid cooperative approach to combine the best practices of both the relational model utilizing SQL queries and the object-oriented, semantic  ...  NETMARK takes advantages of the Oracle 8i object-relational database using physical addresses data types for very efficient keyword search of records spanning across both context and content.  ...  object-oriented, semantic database model [2] [3] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39592-8_33 fatcat:cjq3efd43bdh3ghatqtddp43lm

A Hybrid Architecture for Implementing Efficient Geospatial Web Services: Integrating .Net Remoting and Web Services Technologies

Pouria Amirian, Ali Alesheikh
2008 Journal of Applied Sciences  
This paper proposes a service oriented framework for disseminating geospatial data over the Web.  ...  Based on our practical tests, the proposed framework proved to be an efficient solution for sharing and accessing to geospatial data.  ...  Implementing transaction WFS enables users to update data source layer. In addition, WMS retrieves geospatial data from WFS.  ... 
doi:10.3923/jas.2008.730.742 fatcat:v5baodw2u5an3nnri5xxwtwcxe

Extensible file system (ELFS)

John F. Karpovich, Andrew S. Grimshaw, James C. French
1994 Proceedings of the ninth annual conference on Object-oriented programming systems, language, and applications - OOPSLA '94  
Second, the interface can allow the user to provide an "oracle" about access patterns, that can allow theJile object to improve performance.  ...  Typedfile objects can selectively apply techniques such as prefetching, parallel asynchronous file access, and caching to improve performance.  ...  the object-oriented paradigm to database systems is not new [ 18, 191 .  ... 
doi:10.1145/191080.191112 dblp:conf/oopsla/KarpovichGF94 fatcat:lxvvuzjkenbf3a7j55ofqnokwy

The Implementation Of The Multi-Agent Classification System (Macs) In Compliance With Fipa Specifications

Mohamed R. Mhereeg
2013 Zenodo  
Data gathered by the Monitoring Agents from various resources over a period of time was collected and filtered by a Database Updater Agent (DUA) residing in the .NET client application of the system.  ...  This agent then transfers and stores the data in Oracle server database via Oracle stored procedures for further processing that leads to the classification of the end user developers.  ...  Oracle Server Database 10g Release 10.2 The data collected from the server-side application via the DUA is deposited in an Oracle Server Database.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1089037 fatcat:7fy4mcpgbzgzddlepuoipwacti

Querying Asynchronously Updated Sensor Data Sets under Quantified Constraints [chapter]

Lutz Schlesinger, Wolfgang Lehner
2004 GeoSensor Networks  
results Data Grid Service Grid Supercomputing Grid Internet versus Grid • Internet -Data oriented -Direct retrieval of data from remote -• Grid -Service oriented -Spread of resources across  ...  Asynchronously Updated Sensor Data Sets under Quantified Constraints", GSN 2003  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203356869.ch2 fatcat:6t6ivxrq6ze7zjoqy5bybesy7a

Managing database server performance to meet QoS requirements in electronic commerce systems

Patrick Martin, Wendy Powley, Hoi-Ying Li, Keri Romanufa
2002 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
In this paper we focus on the role, and the performance, of a database server within an electronic commerce system.  ...  Different users will also demand different levels of performance from the system, that is, they will have different Quality of Service (QoS) requirements.  ...  The queries from New Products and Best Sellers retrieve several thumbnail images. The queries from Product Detail retrieve full images.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s007990100046 fatcat:hcw3rjgiovgjtegnep2flkgxiy

Toward Semantic Representation of Middleware Services [article]

Alaa Abd Elhamid Radwan, Mohammad Tabrez Quasim
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Besides this is an example, a parser has been used to classify many middleware service files.  ...  infrastructures is the important role of middleware so that it can provide the simple programing environment for the developer of distributed application Middleware supports communications, information exchange, objects  ...  Middleware Services OBJECT ORIENTED MIDDLEWARE (OOM) Object oriented middleware is based on the simple concept of invoking an operation in an object that available in another system, unlike of client  ... 
arXiv:2102.04190v1 fatcat:42bizloymzef5dbyezdotszsfq

Automatically Extracting Embedded Schemas from Regular Applications

Jinan Fiaidhi, Yvette E. Gelogo
2012 Asia-pacific Journal of Multimedia services convergent with Art Humanities and Sociology  
An asynchronous database access mechanism would eliminate the need for such blocking and greatly improve client performance.  ...  By these methods we cannot show how asynchronous database access can be achieved with a single thread using the Fork-Join mechanism which employs Future objects in Java.  ...  Dien-Yen Lin [9] stated that Separating the evolution of an application from the evolution of its persistent data, or from the evolution of the database system used to store the data can have collateral  ... 
doi:10.14257/ajmscahs.2012.06.05 fatcat:2shf57rizrbxdbcoupk76gfzku
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