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The security architecture of IRO-DB [chapter]

Wolfgang Eßmayr, Friedrich Kastner, Günther Pernul, A. Min Tjoa
1996 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This paper describes the security architecture of the IRO-DB database federation, a system supporting interoperable access between relational and object-oriented databases.  ...  Additionally, the integration of heterogeneous, local security policies of database systems joining the federation is discussed.  ...  to thank all partners of IRO-DB ESPRIT-III, a joint project of GMD-IPSI (Germany), Ibermatica (Spain), Intrasoft (Greece), Intellitic, Infosys, 02 (France), GOP AS (Germany), and FA W Linz (Austria), for  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-5041-2919-0_22 fatcat:rtztgfpnovhbrlwq2vq3mxcqpy

Galaxy: Encouraging Data Sharing among Sources with Schema Variants

Peter Mork, Len Seligman, Arnon Rosenthal, Michael Morse, Chris Wolf, Jeff Hoyt, Ken Smith
2009 Proceedings / International Conference on Data Engineering  
The central idea is that as schemata are customized, Galaxy maintains a derivation graph, and exploits it for data exchange, discovery, and multi-database query over the "galaxy" of related data sources  ...  Using a set of schemata from the biomedical domain, we demonstrate how Galaxy facilitates schema and data sharing.  ...  By maintaining identity, Galaxy greatly reduces the need for post hoc integration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icde.2009.78 dblp:conf/icde/MorkSRMWHS09 fatcat:c4lr25vx6zawdoax6s6fswtxxi

Interoperability in Complex Distributed Systems [chapter]

Gordon S. Blair, Massimo Paolucci, Paul Grace, Nikolaos Georgantas
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We outline a roadmap towards meeting the challenges of interoperability including the need for integration across these two communities, resulting in middleware solutions that are intrinsically based on  ...  Distributed systems are becoming more complex in terms of both the level of heterogeneity encountered coupled with a high level of dynamism of such systems.  ...  Similarly, two systems may employ different security protocols; the interoperability solution must ensure that the security requirements of both systems are maintained.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-21455-4_1 fatcat:wxyjonl7lnbtjadormq5tf4dlq

Using CIM for Smart Grid ICT integration

Matthias Rohr, Andre Osterloh, Michael Gründler, Till Luhmann, Michael Stadler, Nils Vogel
2011 The International Journal of Interoperability in Business Information Systems  
For this purpose, many new and heterogeneous types of smart grid systems have to be developed and integrated, such as a regional energy market, distributed energy management systems, and an advanced metering  ...  Interoperability through two Integration Buses For maximizing interoperability, the architectural landscape is structured into three layers interconnected by two ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) layers, as  ...  Surprisingly, CIM provides benefits w.r.t. maintainability even for transporting sensor data readings on lower system layers.  ... 
dblp:journals/ibis/RohrOGLSV11 fatcat:w2rqehcodzbvdhmlmy32pga4se

Integration Workbench: Integrating Schema Integration Tools

P. Mork, A. Rosenthal, J. Korb, K. Samuel
2006 22nd International Conference on Data Engineering Workshops (ICDEW'06)  
In particular, the workbench facilitates the interoperation of research prototypes for schema matching (which automatically identify likely semantic correspondences) with commercial schema mapping tools  ...  In this paper we provide a task model for schema integration. We use this breakdown to motivate a workbench for schema integration in which multiple tools share a common knowledge repository.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Chris Wolf for his work developing the Harmony GUI, Mike Carey and Sachin Thatte for their input, and the anonymous reviewers for their feedback. References  ... 
doi:10.1109/icdew.2006.69 dblp:conf/icde/MorkRKS06 fatcat:fwb24xm7ozbyvgb6zbnwxelwia

Semantic Interoperability in Body Area Sensor Networks and Applications

Vinh Bui, Paul Brandt, Hang Liu, Twan Basten, Johan Lukkien
2014 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Body Area Networks  
This paper presents the analysis, design, implementation and evaluation of a semantic layer within an existing BASN platform for the purpose of improving the semantic interoperability among sensor networks  ...  Crucial to the success of Body Area Sensor Networks is the flexibility with which stakeholders can share, extend and adapt the system with respect to sensors, data and functionality.  ...  Also, it simplifies the reuse of existing applications and services since they can maintain their original data storage mechanism (e.g. relational database or file system).  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.bodynets.2014.257042 dblp:conf/bodynets/BuiBLBL14 fatcat:ahlzyupg7vhopmc2xqtgkyashm

On the applicability of schema integration techniques to database interoperation [chapter]

Mark W. W. Vermeer, Peter M. G. Apers
1996 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We discuss the applicability of schema integration techniques developed for tightly-coupled database interoperation to interoperation of databases stemming from different modelling contexts.  ...  Both the local and the remote classifications of the appropriately merged instances are maintained, allowing for the derivation of a global class hierarchy if desired.  ...  The domain class PROCEEDINGS is now inferred for the integrated referential property. [] Specification of database interoperation A database interoperation specification consists of object comparison  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0019923 fatcat:7ut4etc2cvdt7l7vnsrnk34gwq

Evolution towards, in, and beyond object databases [chapter]

Marc H. Scholl, Markus Tresch
1994 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
database, integration of federated systems, and the use of \external services" to enrich DBMS functionalities.  ...  interoperability b y identifying di erent coupling levels.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank Hans-J org Schek who has been working with them for years on the topics described here. Many of the ideas worked out over that time have been inspired by him.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-57802-1_4 fatcat:viytjhtnfveyle5ghf6whoag7u

D6.3 – Recommendations for improving aspects of institutional publishing platforms

Irakleitos Souyioultzoglou, Andreas Czerniak, Jochen Schirrwagen, André Vieira
2019 Zenodo  
The document focuses on the standards for electronic publishing platforms, and emphasizes their importance in the context of Open Science as the emerging paradigm of scholarly communication.  ...  publishing platforms and stand-alone journals, the document also identifies important technical aspects in electronic publishing, and provides basic recommendations toward the specification of common interoperability  ...  The authors of this document have taken any available measure in order for its content to be accurate, consistent and lawful.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3701387 fatcat:s4dctemkv5d6vda3twdftgvfwu

Text mining resources for the life sciences

Piotr Przybyła, Matthew Shardlow, Sophie Aubin, Robert Bossy, Richard Eckart de Castilho, Stelios Piperidis, John McNaught, Sophia Ananiadou
2016 Database: The Journal of Biological Databases and Curation  
Text mining resources for the life sciences. Abstract Text mining is a powerful technology for quickly distilling key information from vast quantities of biomedical literature.  ...  levels of information associated with content that enable text mining, including those formats used to carry such information between processes; Tools and Services gives an overview of workflow management systems  ...  Funding This work is jointly supported by the EC/H2020 project: an Open Mining INfrastructure for TExt and Data (OpenMinTeD) Grant ID: 654021 and the BBSRC project: Enriching Metabolic PATHwaY models with  ... 
doi:10.1093/database/baw145 pmid:27888231 pmcid:PMC5199186 fatcat:nb5eby565jdcrho63yporkcjaa

Overcoming the semantic and other barriers to GIS interoperability

Yaser Bishr
1998 International Journal of Geographical Information Science  
This has led to extensive research e orts in the ® eld of interoperable information systems. The term interoperability is used in a number of di erent contexts.  ...  An increasing number of applications need to work on data that are scattered over several independent geographical information systems.  ...  The prototype forms the basis for designing a case tool that allows users to access geographical information that resides in remote databases.  ... 
doi:10.1080/136588198241806 fatcat:yntkdn66ufekzg6ejf32mk4bwi

Overcoming the Semantic and Other Barriers to GIS Interoperability [chapter]

Yaser Bishr
2006 Classics from IJGIS  
This has led to extensive research e orts in the ® eld of interoperable information systems. The term interoperability is used in a number of di erent contexts.  ...  An increasing number of applications need to work on data that are scattered over several independent geographical information systems.  ...  The prototype forms the basis for designing a case tool that allows users to access geographical information that resides in remote databases.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420006377.ch17 fatcat:gt6nrz57f5hldltlz5jhqv4os4

Formal Specifications of Image Schemata for Interoperability in Geographic Information Systems [chapter]

Andrew U. Frank, Martin Raubal
2000 Advances in Consciousness Research  
Such specifications should provide a foundation for further research on formalizing elements of human spatial cognition for interoperability in GIS.  ...  The formal specification of spatial objects and spatial relations is at the core of geographic data exchange and interoperability for GIS.  ...  Acknowledgments Numerous discussions with Werner Kuhn, Max Egenhofer, David Mark, and Andrea Rodríguez have contributed to our understanding of image schemata and their importance for GIS.  ... 
doi:10.1075/aicr.26.17fra fatcat:k4mns6ehovaxvo7jksyfbhfib4

Web metadata: a matter of semantics

O. Lassila
1998 IEEE Internet Computing  
The Resource Description Framework, with its focus on machine-understandable semantics, has the potential for saving time and yielding more accurate search results.  ...  The existence of standard, or de facto standard, schemata is a core requirement for large-scale interoperability.  ...  Without RDF, everybody would have to reinvent a mechanism for communicating semantics between interoperating software systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/4236.707688 fatcat:yul5ss3ulva2leiqu7a7ldfv54

Revisiting the Concept of Geospatial Data Interoperability within the Scope of Human Communication Processes

Jean Brodeur, Yvan Bedard, Geoffrey Edwards, Bernard Moulin
2003 Transactions on GIS  
It is seen as a solution for sharing and integrating geospatial data, more specifically to solve the syntactic, schematic, and semantic as well as the spatial and temporal heterogeneities between various  ...  However, the addition of a conceptual framework of geospatial data interoperability would contribute to understanding geospatial data interoperability, the appreciation of where existing contributions  ...  Semantics Conference on Interoperable Database Systems (DS-5)/IFIP Transaction (A-25  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9671.00143 fatcat:3zq2qxz55fgodnocfskhulgrse
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