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Universal Database Integration System

2016 International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)  
The users of database interface can create and edit the database objects such as tables, indexes, views, constraints, and users.  ...  Using this Database Interface, developers can easily interact with any back end software (i.e.  ...  Initially all these applications are not integrated. Once all these interfaces are working well, they can easily be integrated. In such occurrence the database which is being utilized must be same.  ... 
doi:10.21275/v5i6.nov164605 fatcat:yntdyjrsffa23bhde6lv2ym3dq

Integrated Receptor Database

Kotoko Nakata, Takako Igarashi, Tsuguchika Kaminuma
1997 Genome Informatics Series  
CSNDB (Cell Signaling Networks Database), which is a database for cellular signal transduction of human is also linked in the system.  ...  Such sources include internationally standard biological databases such as the updated genetic database of PIR, Swiss Prot, PDB, GenBank, EMBL and GDB.  ...  We integrated the database, using a database management system ACEDB and started a service on World Wide Web. 2 Method and System ACEDB is an object oriented database management system, which has been  ... 
doi:10.11234/gi1990.8.248 fatcat:wwvmlm6mwfdc7f3k7relolvspq

INTEGRATED, RADIOLOGICAL DATABASE STRUCTURE

JACEK RUMIŃSKI, ANTONI NOWAKOWSKI
1999 TASK Quarterly  
This paper presents a study on integrated structure of a radiological database based on DICOM, HL7 standards and on medical coding systems.  ...  The rapid development of medical imaging requires proper preparation of medical database structure for multimedia information acquired during a patient visit.  ...  Database clients are constructed with the Java programrrmg language with the application of Java DataBase Connectivity (JDBC 2.0).  ... 
doaj:7639319bf6e34bf78566c13c5573ad64 fatcat:s67qdfabazd2ze6gwpzsmijaga

Database Security and Integrity

G. J. Baker
1982 Computer journal  
WOOD Database Security and Integrity Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1981. 320pp. £10.80. GEOFFREY J. BAKER London A. G.  ...  , Audit Trail, Operating System Checking, Hardware Checking, Physical Volume Detection, Concurrency Control, Recovery, Statistical Database Security, and Distributed Database Security.  ...  Consideration is given to ownership of data, privacy and end-user database languages.  ... 
doi:10.1093/comjnl/25.3.400-b fatcat:ospz3v53fvdkjbkykaiqnr4ygy

On spatial database integration

Thomas Devogele, Christine Parent, Stefano Spaccapietra
1998 International Journal of Geographical Information Science  
The paper focuses on the most critical issues raised by the integration of databases of different scales.  ...  This paper investigates the problems that arise when application requirements command that autonomous spatial databases be integrated into a federated one.  ...  INTEGRATED SCHEMA Conclusion This paper has provided an overview of the database integration process as it may apply to spatial databases.  ... 
doi:10.1080/136588198241824 fatcat:eayg66kmkbfivat6fdfz442yqu

Using Automated Database Reverse Engineering For Database Integration

M. R. Abbasifard, M. Rahgozar, A. Bayati, P. Pournemati
2008 Zenodo  
This paper proposes the use of database reverse engineering in order to integrate legacy and modern databases in organizations.  ...  Designing the new integrated (global) database architecture and applying the reverse engineering requires data normalization.  ...  Section 2 introduces database integration.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1333612 fatcat:j6s5a6bf4nfknfevjzipcvilce

World Wide Database---integrating the Web, CORBA and databases

Athman Bouguettaya, Boualem Benatallah, Lily Hendra, James Beard, Kevin Smith, Mourad Quzzani
1999 Proceedings of the 1999 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data - SIGMOD '99  
CORBA combined with meta-data repositories (codatabases) provides support for dynamic location and integration of information sources while maintaining their autonomy.  ...  ., relational databases). CGI scripts are usually used to access back-end databases. The Web has so far been incongruous with databases.  ... 
doi:10.1145/304182.304589 dblp:conf/sigmod/BouguettayaBH99 fatcat:i62gv4sklncbjncjx56l5hqjx4

Development of Database Systems by Integrating Heterogeneous Metabolic Databases

Jin Sik Kim, Sung Ho Yoon, Doheon Lee, Sang Yup Lee
2002 Genome Informatics Series  
Conclusion We have developed an integrated database schema for the efficient integration of three heterogeneous metabolic databases.  ...  In this paper, we report a relational model for integrated metabolic database.  ... 
doi:10.11234/gi1990.13.486 fatcat:m2rabvoavnh2xlbj6w24w52c2e

World Wide Database---integrating the Web, CORBA and databases

Athman Bouguettaya, Boualem Benatallah, Lily Hendra, James Beard, Kevin Smith, Mourad Quzzani
1999 SIGMOD record  
CORBA combined with meta-data repositories (codatabases) provides support for dynamic location and integration of information sources while maintaining their autonomy.  ...  ., relational databases). CGI scripts are usually used to access back-end databases. The Web has so far been incongruous with databases.  ... 
doi:10.1145/304181.304589 fatcat:66ivgb4qnrhwripapux262kqhe

GabiPD: GABI primary database – a plant integrative 'omics' database

Diego Mauricio Riaño-Pachón, Birgit Kersten, Axel Nagel, Robert Wagner, Jost Neigenfind, Elke Weber, Svenja Diehl
2008 Nature Precedings  
., Web Interface, WebServices and data manipulation routines, interacts with the ´Database´ through the database application interface. 'omics' data 2.  ...  The ´API generator´ translates the ´Templates´ using the database meta-information (shown in blue), generating the database application interface (Java and Perl API).  ... 
doi:10.1038/npre.2008.2221.1 fatcat:wifg5ctvgrhktbnhcluyrc5a6i

IMID: integrated molecular interaction database

S. Balaji, C. Mcclendon, R. Chowdhary, J. S. Liu, J. Zhang
2012 Bioinformatics  
We further integrate the relationships between protein/gene and other bio-entity terms including gene ontology terms, pathways, species and diseases to build an integrated molecular interaction database  ...  However, most databases focus on only one type of interactions, which are often not well annotated and integrated with related functional information.  ...  In this study, we integrate molecular interaction information from both manually annotated databases and literature (Bell et al., 2011a) , and build a relational database, integrated molecular interaction  ... 
doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/bts010 pmid:22238258 pmcid:PMC3289914 fatcat:2vaxtiswwfarnomq4ahlliopzi

An Integrated Receptor Database (IRDB)

K Nakata, T Takai-Igarashi, T Nakano, T Kaminuma
2002 Data Science Journal  
Various receptor data were collected, edited and integrated into an Integrated Receptor Database (IRDB).  ...  The purpose of this database is to allow structural biologists, drug designers and toxicologists to analyse and elucidate receptor-ligand dockings and the resultant post-binding signal transduction pathways  ...  The present version of RDB, which we call an Integrated Receptor Database (IRDB), is the updated version of our old Receptor Database (Nakata, Takai-Igarashi, Nakano & Kaminuma, 2001a) .  ... 
doi:10.2481/dsj.1.271 fatcat:2ogqimeexzb6fogud22lnax5eu

Data integration through database federation

L. M. Haas, E. T. Lin, M. A. Roth
2002 IBM Systems Journal  
Why use a database engine for data integration? Database federation centers on a relational database engine.  ...  On the other hand, suppose the goal is to integrate a set of Lotus Notes databases.  ...  Roth is a senior engineer and manager in the Database Technology Institute for e-Business at IBM's Silicon Valley Lab. She has over 12 years of experience in database research and development.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.414.0578 fatcat:vkbmerkifjeqninxxuse57xram

Integrating Analytics with Relational Databases

Mark Raasveldt
2018 Very Large Data Bases Conference  
Instead of working directly with RDBMSes, these tools are build to work in a stand-alone fashion, and offer integration with RDBMSes as an afterthought.  ...  The most prevalent way of storing and managing data has traditionally been a relational database management system (RDBMS).  ...  In addition, it is relatively easy to integrate into existing pipelines as the loading from flat files can be replaced by loading from a database without having to touch the rest of the pipeline.  ... 
dblp:conf/vldb/Raasveldt18 fatcat:knrtdinwmrfopn5xn3kgsedb3q
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