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Heraclitus: elevating deltas to be first-class citizens in a database programming language

Shahram Ghandeharizadeh, Richard Hull, Dean Jacobs
1996 ACM Transactions on Database Systems  
be first-class citizens.  ...  Heraclitusl Alg, Cl is a database programming language that extends C to incorporate the relational algebra and deltas.  ...  CONCLUSION AND FUTURE RESEARCH The Heraclitus paradigm is a language extension for DBPLs that elevates deltas to be first-class citizens.  ... 
doi:10.1145/232753.232801 fatcat:xcqqtgrm75fyjecmooncg5gaky

Structures for manipulating proposed updates in object-oriented databases

Michael Doherty, Richard Hull, Mohammed Rupawalla
1996 Proceedings of the 1996 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data - SIGMOD '96  
The Heraclitus paradigm elevates delta values to be \ rst-class citizens" in database programming languages, so that they can be explicitly created, accessed and manipulated.  ...  At one end of the spectrum, code-blocks could be used to represent delta values, resulting in a more accurate capture of the intended meaning of a proposed update, at the cost of more expensive access  ...  Also, we a r e very thankful to Marcia Derr and Jacques Durand for numerous discussions concerning the Heraclitus paradigm and practical examples of its usefulness.  ... 
doi:10.1145/233269.233344 dblp:conf/sigmod/DohertyHR96 fatcat:vhhiw2yv4rax5awkullwcvdiry

Nested transactions in a logical language for active rules [chapter]

Bertram Ludäscher, Wolfgang May, Georg Lausen
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In addition to executing elementary updates, procedures can be called, thereby de ning (sub)transactions which m a y perform complex computations.  ...  We p r e s e n t a hierarchically structured transaction-oriented concept for a rule-based active database system.  ...  Example 3 (To Hire or Not to Hire: State Space and Database). The program given in Example 2 creates the frames and database states given in Fig. 3 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0031742 fatcat:bpcipvnngrg43bozttr6lxtg5m

View maintenance issues for the chronicle data model (extended abstract)

H. V. Jagadish, Inderpal Singh Mumick, Abraham Silberschatz
1995 Proceedings of the fourteenth ACM SIGACT-SIGMOD-SIGART symposium on Principles of database systems - PODS '95  
Heraclitus[alg,c]: Elevating deltas to be first class citizens in a database programming lan- guage. Unpublished Manuscript, 1994. Narain Gehani, H. V. Jagadish, and Oded Shmueli.  ...  A language belongs to an incremental class if all views defined using the language can be maintained incrementally in the time specified by the class.  ... 
doi:10.1145/212433.220201 dblp:conf/pods/JagadishMS95 fatcat:453arxesljc6hnv34ka6uykivm

Understanding Complex Systems [chapter]

Paul Cilliers
2012 Handbook of Systems and Complexity in Health  
Postmodern theory is reinterpreted in order to argue that a postmodern perspective does not necessarily imply relativism, but that it could also be viewed as a manifestation of an inherent sensitivity  ...  The model of language developed by Saussure-and expanded by Derrida-is used to develop the notion of distributed representation, which in turn is linked with distributed modelling techniques.  ...  To this they added a fourth class, a default that represented everything not in the first three.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-4998-0_3 fatcat:wacvsurq3bgxrj7xcttrian3be

73rd Congress of the Italian Society of Pediatrics

2017 Italian Journal of Pediatrics  
Acknowledgements Many thanks to all adolescents attending the Regional Center for Pediatric Diabetology "G. Stoppoloni" in Naples (Italy).  ...  Iacono, Mario Palermo and Giovanni Puglisi for providing data useful to carry out the analysis.  ...  The items to include (or most importantly, not to include) in each section will be briefly illustrated. 2) Language: Language may be a barrier to publication, especially for not native English speakers  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13052-017-0427-z fatcat:fdeksubuqfcbxpraou3fjfidoq

Learning from the Dakota: Water and Place

2018 Open Rivers  
Acknowledgements I would like to thank Prof. Terje Tvedt and the Satterthwaite Colloquium for fruitful discussions. Bibliography [1] Hurst, E. & Phillips, P. 1931.  ...  In the Dakota language, "bdote" is a word for the confluence of two bodies of water.  ...  communities all too often are elbowed out to make place for a new upper middle-class population.  ... 
doi:10.24926/2471190x.4481 fatcat:lzlmy42kazbopgto7decqd5ism

Artistic, Cultural, and Political Interdependence: Cities in Motion Facing the Challenges of Technological Advances." In Cities in a Changing World edited by J. Montgomery. AMPS Proceedings Series

Christiane Wagner
2022 Zenodo  
Therefore, it is not trivial to distinguish the political and economic aspects of a social fact from its immediate need to find solutions for the urban environment.  ...  This study, however, focuses on the first decades of the 21st century but seeks to update and answer one of the Frankfurt School's main questions concerning technological development, and social challenges  ...  Moreover, we are grateful to António A. Pereira, Daniel C. Gaspar, and Pedro O. Teixeira for the visual assistance to the first author. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6140332 fatcat:c7dfrabgjfgg3lgeddyzoecovu

Readability Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach [article]

Sofie Beier, Sam Berlow, Esat Boucaud, Zoya Bylinskii, Tianyuan Cai, Jenae Cohn, Kathy Crowley, Stephanie L. Day, Tilman Dingler, Jonathan Dobres, Jennifer Healey, Rajiv Jain (+16 others)
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We call on a multi-disciplinary research community to take up these challenges to elevate reading outcomes and provide the tools to do so effectively.  ...  Readability can be enhanced by changes to the set of typographical characteristics of a text.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the following individuals for their valuable contributions to this manuscript: Sarah Barrientos, Jose Echevarria, Xander Koo, Max Rose, Xi Wang.  ... 
arXiv:2107.09615v1 fatcat:2a4es34ltnetjec4bf3rspv57y

Database state manipulation in lazy functional programming languages

市川, 哲彦
Heraclitus: Elevating d lta to be fir t-ela citizen in a database programming language. A CM Transaction on Databa e Sy 'tems 21 (3) 370-426. GilL A. and s. l\Iarlow (1996, February).  ...  In contrast to the ordinary database programming style, a persistent programming language extends a volatile programming language so that database access is abstracted by on-memory data access ( Fig.  ...  A cell is referred to by its address.  ... 
doi:10.11501/3149691 fatcat:bpws7ji52bcjhomsxbanxm3liq

The Philosophy of Stanley Kubrick

2007 ChoiceReviews  
Philosophical concepts will be made accessible to the general reader through examples in popular culture.  ...  This series seeks to publish both established and emerging scholars who will engage a major area of popular culture for philosophical interpretation and examine the philosophical underpinnings of its themes  ...  That is, in such a world, there is no such thing as a "thing. " If Heraclitus implies such a view, Nietzsche comes right out and states it: "Heraclitus too did the senses an injustice.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.45-0222 fatcat:udag3jv23jdqhopgcge4ibvvk4

Industrial Relations and Human Resources Management: A Comparative Analysis of Cultural Barriers in Chinese Companies

Jing Xi
The research has identified a conceptual model that allows a hypothesis to be formed.  ...  The empirical work mentioned has demonstrated a deficit of research focusing on culture and language so this research will make a valuable contribution to the field.  ...  Language strategy is a major concern for those engaging the CFCRS program.  ... 
doi:10.18744/pub.001973 fatcat:m24nwzgdeffszoidrsx2eyhcti

Education, literacy and its cognitive effects: problem-solving and decision-making in Homer and archaic and fifth century BC Athens

Kay Leiper
This was the first recorded incidence of a society teaching reading and writing to its citizens.  ...  The extant texts of the period provide the first descriptions of a cognitive interface between 'orality' and 'literacy' in a population experiencing literacy en masse.  ...  To Professor John Sutton, Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science, thank you for investing your time in my work and for your invaluable and constructive criticism along the way.  ... 
doi:10.25949/19438820 fatcat:mohyeg2sgjeh5losg5xwydixwa

Decentralization in Ethiopia

Mulugeta Debebbe Gemechu, Technische Universität Dortmund, Technische Universität Dortmund
Thus, a cross-sectional, embedded single case study, which is essentially qualitative, was conducted in Dendi district of Oromia State to find out how this program proceeds, focusing on: institutional  ...  Since the inception of this program two strategic planning terms (one strategic term is five years) have already elapsed and the third is in a process.  ...  a larger class of similar units (a population of cases)".  ... 
doi:10.17877/de290r-4825 fatcat:huupdqiln5dedmn2grgvqgrnqa

Sayling, stories from the mothership: narrating political geographies of Nigerian campus cultism

Kristina N. Weaver
The stories are organized into three sections that can be mapped onto a ritual landscape: the stages of initiation, participation, and renunciation serve to link diverse voices and life stories.  ...  Touching on a wide range of themes, from domesticity to internet fraud, the stories explore the interface of occult violence and youth politics in the contemporary period.  ...  and waiting to complete a four year program.  ... 
doi:10.5525/gla.thesis.1512 fatcat:bq7d3dewb5gppm7nckvzevp6qa
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