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Page 199 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 1, Issue 4 [page]

1995 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
Capabilities of UniSQL The UniSQL commercial object database system was cho- sen for the following reasons.  ...  Fig. 3 shows how exclusive versus shared locks impact changes to an object. We do not use this approach in SEED for two reasons.  ... 

Semantic Enterprise Technologies

Massimo Ruffolo, Luigi Guadagno, Inderbir Sidhu
2007 International Semantic Web Conference  
Since the Codex Language derives from the database field, it allows SET to provide advanced semantic capabilities well suited for enterprises.  ...  Nowadays enterprises request information technologies that leverage structured and unstructured information for providing a single integrated view of business problems in order to foster better business  ...  Rules and Integrity Constraints Rules It is important to integrate rules with ontologies in order to fully capture the knowledge of an enterprise or a domain.  ... 
dblp:conf/semweb/RuffoloGS07 fatcat:o4klslgkjza7rjcraghocv7ila

Semantic Business Process Repository

Zhilei Ma, Branimir Wetzstein, Darko Anicic, Stijn Heymans, Frank Leymann
2007 Extended Semantic Web Conference  
We then introduce a solution based on the Integrated Rule Inference System (IRIS) on top of a relational database for realizing the storage mechanism and query processing.  ...  An integral part of the SBPM infrastructure is a semantic business process repository, which is used for storage and management of business process modeling artifacts.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Marin Dimitrov, Graham Hench, Monika Kaczmarek, Dimka Karastoyanova, Mihail Konstantinov, Tammo van Lessen, Jörg Nitzsche, Jussi Vanhatalo, Karol Wieloch, Paweł  ... 
dblp:conf/esws/MaWAHL07 fatcat:bovwspicv5hefc45hpdeecoloa

Information Fusion Using Ontology-Based Communication between Agents

Tarek S. Sobh
2009 ˜The œinternational Arab journal of e-technology  
The situation becomes more complex when various heterogeneous agents need to communicate with each other. Ontologies offer significant benefits to multi-agent systems.  ...  Ontologies support multi-agent systems operations such as agent communication and reasoning.  ...  Having, this view of the problem, may give you an effective solutions to the problem of data fusion from multiple sensors. This paper presents an ontology-based system using multi-agent.  ... 
dblp:journals/iajet/Sobh09 fatcat:7zsrltaibngfdbbwwgghp4pwz4

Database research at Arizona State University

Susan D. Urban, Suzanne W. Dietrich, Forouzan Golshani
1996 SIGMOD record  
Our work has focused on using deductive database systems and DOODs (declarative, object-oriented database systems) for implementing an inter-module code analysis system of object-based languages, such  ...  Our initial work in this area involved the use of an object algebra as a global query language for access to relational databases.  ... 
doi:10.1145/381854.381892 fatcat:bnelyai2lrh5jlypswa5grgh5a

Relational Database: A Practical Foundation for Productivity [chapter]

E.F. Codd
1989 Readings in Artificial Intelligence and Databases  
management, and developing an English analyzing and synthesizing subsystem for casual users of relational databases.  ...  Technical Achievement Award Committee for his "~undamental and continuing contributions to the theory and practice of database management systems."  ...  Centre in England; and to the numerous contributors to database theory who have used the relational model as a cornerstone.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-934613-53-8.50009-1 fatcat:d2f7xtgb2jhezkfhe5tg2t3g3m


S. Hasani, A. Sadeghi-Niaraki, M. Jelokhani-Niaraki
2015 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
To solve this issue, we introduce an ontology-based method to provide sharing and integration capabilities for the existing databases.  ...  Last step is consisted of a platform based on service-oriented architecture, which allows integration of data. This is done by using the concept of ontology mapping.  ...  There are some other reasons such as complexity of the system maintenance and impossibility of using legacy applications.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xl-1-w5-293-2015 fatcat:vyjrd3ctu5caff6dim5tvlxsri

Relational database: a practical foundation for productivity

E. F. Codd
1982 Communications of the ACM  
management, and developing an English analyzing and synthesizing subsystem for casual users of relational databases.  ...  Technical Achievement Award Committee for his "~undamental and continuing contributions to the theory and practice of database management systems."  ...  Centre in England; and to the numerous contributors to database theory who have used the relational model as a cornerstone.  ... 
doi:10.1145/358396.358400 fatcat:z2avz5gpqvddhosrrxo6r2jz5e

Development of a GIS-based decision support system for eco-environment and natural resources of Northeast Asia

Weijie Liu, Bai Zhang, Zongming Wang, Kaishan Song, Dianwei Liu, Chunying Ren, Jia Du
2010 Procedia Environmental Sciences  
The system is based on evaluation and prediction modeling system, international GIS software and related databases.  ...  With relational database and GIS technology, combined with models of various resources and environment and models of dynamic spatio-temporal analysis and evaluation models, it can analyze spatio-temporal  ...  UDK objects represent the semantics and hierarchies of the relevant subject with relation to the objects in the domain database.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proenv.2010.10.102 fatcat:otrredxvbbc2lnuze3s47bqpwa

Optimized Spatio-Temporal Data Structures for Hybrid Transactional and Analytical Workloads on Columnar In-Memory Databases

Keven Richly
2019 Very Large Data Bases Conference  
In this paper, we propose an approach to optimize the trajectory data management capabilities for relational database systems.  ...  Based on the observations that the relational database structure is well-suited to store trajectory data in the sample point format and that the access patterns for trajectory data change over time, we  ...  We propose a concept to integrate storage mechanisms for trajectory data into a relational in-memory database with particular attention to leverage the capabilities of  ... 
dblp:conf/vldb/Richly19 fatcat:n7rsg7ofpjgg5gmwwxnls3ubqm

Exploiting relational database technology in a GIS

Peter Batty
1992 Computers & Geosciences  
relational database technology to GIS.  ...  Geographic information systems are no exception, and need to tackle all these issues. Standard relational database management systems provide many features to help solve the issues mentioned so far.  ...  This is where an object-based system has an advantage, since this sort of request is easy to satisfy with an object-based approach.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0098-3004(92)90075-3 fatcat:ypznnawj4zdmpkmyyhhptyhfme

Implementing Telos

Bryan M. Kramer, Vinay K. Chaudhri, Manolis Koubarakis, Thodoros Topaloglou, Huaiqing Wang, John Mylopoulos
1991 ACM SIGART Bulletin  
A long term goal of this research is to develop knowledge base management systems capable of storing on the order of 106 facts.  ...  represent and reason with temporal information.  ...  Related work in the case of database management systems can be found in [SSD88].  ... 
doi:10.1145/122296.122307 fatcat:t3oj234oujhchcf6y6amnyl5fu

Integrating planning and execution for ROS enabled service robots using hierarchical action representations

Rob Janssen, Erik van Meijl, Daniel Di Marco, Rene van de Molengraft, Maarten Steinbuch
2013 2013 16th International Conference on Advanced Robotics (ICAR)  
plans, based on the actual state of the environment and the available capabilities of the robot.  ...  The aim of the RoboEarth project is to develop a globally accessible database, that enables service robots to share reusable information relevant to the execution of their daily tasks.  ...  To demonstrate the usability of the above mentioned adaptation, an integrated system has to be developed that enables the use of these planning methods, but is at the same time capable of handling environmental  ... 
doi:10.1109/icar.2013.6766556 dblp:conf/icar/JanssenMMMS13 fatcat:jb3dukpkpfbebgxmzohx6ejthq

Several New Metrics for Evaluation of Expert Systems Based on Service-Oriented Architecture

Ali Nayebpour, Hassan Rashidi
2013 International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)  
The main purpose of this paper is to survey service-oriented architecture to provide solutions for using this style in order to eliminate the short comings and optimize services in expert systems.  ...  These metrics are in six branches: agility, integrity, usability and reusability, business objectives, accessibility, offering new and applied services.  ...  services at different levels according to efficiency of each service and offering a strong user interface which completes reasoning through perfect database search both lead to an effective use of system  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v3i5.4032 fatcat:adujrtobrfenzhm7cevx66uunq

Ozone : An Insulating Layer Between Ontologies, Databases And Object-oriented Applications

Yiannis Stavroulas, Theodora A. Varvarigou, Yiannis Kouroupis, Katerina Tsiara
2002 European Conference on Information Systems  
However, in existing ontology-based systems the ontologies are tightly coupled with the rest of the system components.  ...  This eventually impedes the use of ontologies in industrial integrated systems.  ...  From the database integration point of view, MKBEEM is a web-based information retrieval system. Its data sources are relational databases, which the system queries to retrieve information.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/StavroulasVKT02 fatcat:nsyp74ta25e5nacyhbbj3feevi
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