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Innovations in Database Technologies and Applications Current and Future Trends






Table of Contents
Preface. .............................................................................................................................................xlviii
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Acknowledgment.................................................................................................................................lxii
Volume I
Section I
Conceptual Modeling
Chapter I
Mapping Generalizations and Specializations and Categories to Relational Databases......................... 1
Sikha Bagui, University of West Florida, USA
Chapter II
Bounded Cardinality and Symmetric Relationships.............................................................................. 12
Norman Pendegraft, University of Idaho, USA
Chapter III
A Paraconsistent Relational Data Model............................................................................................... 18
Navin Viswanath, Georgia State University, USA

Rajshekhar Sunderraman, Georgia State University, USA
Chapter IV
Managing Temporal Data...................................................................................................................... 28
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Abdullah Uz Tansel, Baruch College – CUNY, USA
Chapter V
Data Reengineering of Legacy Systems................................................................................................ 37
Richard C. Millham, Catholic University of Ghana, Ghana
Chapter VI
Different Kinds of Hierarchies in Multidimensional Models................................................................ 45
Elzbieta Malinowski, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Chapter VII
Spatial Data in Multidimensional Conceptual Models.......................................................................... 56
Elzbieta Malinowski, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Chapter VIII
Requirement Specification and Conceptual Modeling for Data Warehouses........................................ 65
Elzbieta Malinowski, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Chapter IX
Principles on Symbolic Data Analysis................................................................................................... 74
Héctor Oscar Nigro, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires,
Argentina

Sandra Elizabeth González Císaro, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Chapter X
Database Engineering Supporting the Data Evolution.......................................................................... 82
Luiz Camolesi Júnior, State University of Campinas, UNICAMP, Brazil

Marina Teresa Pires Vieira, Methodist University of Piracicaba – UNIMEP, Brazil
Chapter XI
Versioning Approach for Database Evolution....................................................................................... 91
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Hassina Bounif, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, (EPFL), Switzerland
Chapter XII
Evolutionary Database: State of the Art and Issues............................................................................. 102
Vincenzo Deufemia, Università di Salerno, Italy
Giuseppe Polese, Università di Salerno, Italy
Mario Vacca, Università di Salerno, Italy
Chapter XIII
Interrogative Agents for Data Modeling.............................................................................................. 110
Vincenzo Deufemia, Università di Salerno, Italy

Giuseppe Polese, Università di Salerno, Italy
Mario Vacca, Università di Salerno, Italy
Chapter XIV
Schema Evolution Models and Languages for Multidimensional Data Warehouses.......................... 119
Edgard Benítez-Guerrero, Laboratorio Nacional de Informática Avanzada, Mexico
Ericka-Janet Rechy-Ramírez, Laboratorio Nacional de Informática Avanzada, Mexico
Chapter XV
A Survey of Data Warehouse Model Evolution................................................................................... 129
Cécile Favre, University of Lyon (ERIC Lyon 2), France

Fadila Bentayeb, University of Lyon (ERIC Lyon 2), France
Omar Boussaid, University of Lyon (ERIC Lyon 2), France
Chapter XVI
Document Versioning and XML in Digital Libraries.......................................................................... 137
M. Mercedes Martínez-González, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain

Chapter XVII
MDD Approach for Maintaining Integrity Constraints in Databases.................................................. 145
Harith T. Al-Jumaily, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain

Dolores Cuadra, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
Paloma Martínez, Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
Chapter XVIII
Artifacts for Collaborative Software Development............................................................................. 154
Pierre F. Tiako, Langston University, USA

Section II
Logical Modeling
Chapter XIX
Object-Relational Modeling................................................................................................................ 162
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Jaroslav Zendulka, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Chapter XX
Concept-Oriented Model..................................................................................................................... 171
Alexandr Savinov, University of Bonn, Germany

Chapter XXI
Database Reverse Engineering............................................................................................................ 181
Jean-Luc Hainaut, University of Namur, Belgium
Jean Henrard, REVER s.a., Belgium
Didier Roland, REVER s.a., Belgium
Jean-Marc Hick, REVER s.a., Belgium

Vincent Englebert, University of Namur, Belgium
Chapter XXII
Imprecise Functional Dependencies.................................................................................................... 190
Vincenzo Deufemia, Università di Salerno, Italy
Giuseppe Polese, Università di Salerno, Italy
Mario Vacca, Università di Salerno, Italy
Chapter XXIII
Horizontal Data Partitioning: Past, Present and Future....................................................................... 199
Ladjel Bellatreche, LISI/ENSMA - University of Poitiers, France
Chapter XXIV
Database Support for Workflow Management Systems...................................................................... 208
Francisco A. C. Pinheiro, Universidade de Brasília, Brasil
Chapter XXV
Politically Oriented Database Applications......................................................................................... 214
Francisco A. C. Pinheiro, Universidade de Brasília, Brasil
Chapter XXVI
Semantically Modeled Databases in Integrated Enterprise Information Systems............................... 221
Cheryl L. Dunn, Grand Valley State University, USA

Gregory J. Gerard, Florida State University, USA

Severin V. Grabski, Michigan State University, USA
Chapter XXVII
The Linkcell Construct and Location-Aware Query Processing for Location-Referent
Transactions in Mobile Business......................................................................................................... 240
James E. Wyse, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

Chapter XVIII
Caching, Hoarding, and Replication in Client/Server Information Systems with
Mobile Clients..................................................................................................................................... 252
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Hagen Höpfner, International University in Germany, Germany
Section III
Spatial and Temporal Databases
Chapter XXIX
Spatio-Temporal Indexing Techniques................................................................................................ 260
Michael Vassilakopoulos, University of Central Greece, Greece
Antonio Corral, University of Almeria, Spain
Chapter XXX
Query Processing in Spatial Databases................................................................................................ 269
Antonio Corral, University of Almeria, Spain
Michael Vassilakopoulos, University of Central Greece, Greece

Chapter XXXI
Automatic Data Enrichment in GIS Through Condensate Textual Information................................. 279 .
Khaoula Mahmoudi, High School of Communications-Tunis (SUPCOM), Tunisia
Sami Faïz, National Institute in Applied Sciences and Technology (INSAT), Tunisia

Chapter XXXII
Similarity Search in Time Series......................................................................................................... 288
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Maria Kontaki, Aristotle University, Greece
Apostolos N. Papadopoulos, Aristotle University, Greece
Yannis Manolopoulos, Aristotle University, Greece
Chapter XXXIII
Internet Map Services and Weather Data. ........................................................................................... 300
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Maurie Caitlin Kelly, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Bernd J. Haupt, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Ryan E. Baxter, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Chapter XXXIV
Spatial Network Databases.................................................................................................................. 307
Michael Vassilakopoulos, University of Central Greece, Greece

Chapter XXXV
Supporting Location-Based Services in Spatial Network Databases.................................................. 316
Xuegang Huang, Aalborg University, Denmark

Chapter XXXVI
Spatial Data Integration Over the Web................................................................................................ 325
Laura Díaz, Universitat Jaume I, Spain

Carlos Granell, Universitat Jaume I, Spain
Michael Gould, Universitat Jaume I, Spain
Section IV
Database Integrity
Chapter XXXVII
Improving Constraints Checking in Distributed Databases with Complete, Sufficient,
and Support Tests................................................................................................................................. 335
Ali Amer Alwan, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Hamidah Ibrahim, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Nur Izura Udzir, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Chapter XXXVIII
Inconsistency-Tolerant Integrity Checking.......................................................................................... 348
Hendrik Decker, Instituto Technológico de Informática, Spain & Ciudad Politécnica de la
Innovación, Spain
Davide Martinenghi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Chapter XXXIX
Merging, Repairing, and Querying Inconsistent Databases................................................................ 358
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Luciano Caroprese, University of Calabria, Italy

Ester Zumpano, University of Calabria, Italy
Chapter XL
The Challenges of Checking Integrity Constraints in Centralized, Distributed, and
Parallel Databases................................................................................................................................ 365
Hamidah Ibrahim, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Chapter XLI
Data Quality Assessment..................................................................................................................... 378
Juliusz L. Kulikowski, Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering PAS, Warsaw,

Poland
Chapter XLII
Measuring Data Quality in Context..................................................................................................... 385
G. Shankaranarayanan, Boston University School of Management, USA
Adir Even, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Chapter XLIII
Geometric Quality in Geographic Information.................................................................................... 396
José Francisco Zelasco, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Gaspar Porta, Washburn University, USA
José Luís Fernandez Ausinaga, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Chapter XLIV
Geometric Quality in Geographic Information IFSAR DEM Control................................................ 403
José Francisco Zelasco, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Judith Donayo, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Kevin Ennis, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
José Luís Fernandez Ausinaga, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Chapter XLV
Querying and Integrating P2P Deductive Databases........................................................................... 410
Luciano Caroprese, University of Calabria, Italy
Sergio Greco, University of Calabria, Italy
Ester Zumpano, University of Calabria, Italy
Section V
Ontologies
Chapter XLVI
Using Semantic Web Tools for Ontologies Construction.................................................................... 418
Gian Piero, University of Paris IV / Sorbonne, France
Chapter XLVII
Matching Relational Schemata to Semantic Web Ontologies............................................................. 434
Polyxeni Katsiouli, University of Athens, Greece
Petros Papapanagiotou, University of Athens, Greece

Vassileios Tsetsos, University of Athens, Greece
Christos Anagnostopoulos, University of Athens, Greece
Stathes Hadjiefthymiades, University of Athens, Greece
Chapter XLVIII
Ontology-Based Semantic Models for Databases............................................................................... 443
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László Kovács, University of Miskolc, Hungary
Péter Barabás, University of Miskolc, Hungary
Tibor Répási, University of Miskolc, Hungary
Chapter XLIX
Inconsistency, Logic Databases, and Ontologies................................................................................. 452
José A. Alonso-Jiménez, Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación e Inteligencia

Artificial Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Joaquín Borrego-Díaz, Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación e Inteligencia
Artificial Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Antonia M. Chávez-González, Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación e Inteligencia
Artificial Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Chapter L
Data Integration: Introducing Semantics............................................................................................. 460
Ismael Navas-Delgado, University of Málaga, Spain
Jose F. Aldana-Montes, University of Málaga, Spain
Chapter LI
An Overview of Ontology-Driven Data Integration............................................................................ 471
Agustina Buccella, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina
Alejandra Cechich, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina

Chapter LII
Current Approaches and Future Trends of Ontology-Driven Geographic Integration........................ 481
Agustina Buccella, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina
Alejandra Cechich, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina

Volume II
Chapter LIII
Mediation and Ontology-Based Framework for Interoperability........................................................ 491
Leonid Stoimenov, University of Nis, Serbia
Chapter LIV
Ontologies Application to Knowledge Discovery Process in Databases............................................. 508
Héctor Oscar Nigro, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires,

Argentina
Sandra Elizabeth González Císaro, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Section VI
Data Mining
Chapter LV
Expression and Processing of Inductive Queries................................................................................. 518
Edgard Benítez-Guerrero, Laboratorio Nacional de Informática Avanzada, Mexico
Omar Nieva-García, Universidad del Istmo, Mexico
Chapter LVI
Privacy-Preserving Data Mining......................................................................................................... 527
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Alexandre Evfimievski, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA

Tyrone Grandison, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
Chapter LVII
Mining Frequent Closed Itemsets for Association Rules.................................................................... 537
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Anamika Gupta, University of Delhi, India
Shikha Gupta, University of Delhi, India
Naveen Kumar, University of Delhi, India
Chapter LVIII
Similarity Retrieval and Cluster Analysis Using R* Trees.................................................................. 547
Jiaxiong Pi, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Yong Shi, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA & Graduate University of the Chinese

Academy of Sciences, China
Zhengxin Chen, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Chapter LIX
Outlying Subspace Detection for High-Dimensional Data. ................................................................ 555
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Ji Zhang, CSIRO Tasmanian ICT Centre, Australia
Qigang Gao, Dalhousie University, Canada
Hai Wang, Saint Mary’s University, Canada
Chapter LX
Data Clustering.................................................................................................................................... 562
Yanchang Zhao, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Longbing Cao, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Huaifeng Zhang, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Chengqi Zhang, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Chapter LXI
C-MICRA: A Tool for Clustering Microarray Data............................................................................. 573
Emmanuel Udoh, Indiana University–Purdue University, USA
Salim Bhuiyan, Indiana University–Purdue University, USA
Chapter LXII
Deep Web: Databases on the Web....................................................................................................... 581
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Denis Shestakov, Turku Centre of Computer Science, Finland

Chapter LXIII
Learning Classifiers from Distributed Data Sources........................................................................... 589
Doina Caragea, Kansas State University, USA

Vasant Honavar, Iowa State University, USA

Chapter LXIV
Differential Learning Expert System in Data Management................................................................ 597
Manjunath R., Bangalore University, India
Chapter LXV
Machine Learning as a Commonsense Reasoning Process................................................................. 605
Xenia Naidenova, Military Medical Academy, Russia

Chapter LXVI
Machine Learning and Data Mining in Bioinformatics....................................................................... 612
George Tzanis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Christos Berberidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Ioannis Vlahavas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Chapter LXVII
Sequential Pattern Mining from Sequential Data................................................................................ 622
Shigeaki Sakurai, Corporate Research & Development Center, Toshiba Corporation, Japan

Chapter LXVIII
From Chinese Philosophy to Knowledge Discovery in Databases
A Case Study: Scientometric Analysis................................................................................................ 632
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Pei Liu, Université du Sud Toulon Var, France

Eric Boutin, Université du Sud Toulon Var, France
Section VII
Physical Issues
Chapter LXIX
An Overview on Signature File Techniques........................................................................................ 644
Yangjun Chen, University of Winnipeg, Canada
Chapter LXX
On the Query Evaluation in XML Databases...................................................................................... 655
Yangjun Chen, University of Winnipeg, Canada
Chapter LXXI
XML Document Clustering................................................................................................................. 665
Andrea Tagarelli, University of Calabria, Italy

Chapter LXXII
Indices in XML Databases................................................................................................................... 674
Hadj Mahboubi, University of Lyon (ERIC Lyon 2), France

Jérôme Darmont, University of Lyon (ERIC Lyon 2), France

Chapter LXXIII
Integrative Information Systems Architecture: Document & Content Management.......................... 682 .
Len Asprey, Practical Information Management Solutions Pty Ltd, Australia

Rolf Green, OneView Pty Ltd, Australia
Michael Middleton, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Chapter LXXIV
Index and Materialized View Selection in Data Warehouses.............................................................. 693
Kamel Aouiche, Université de Québec à Montréal, Canada

Jérôme Darmont, University of Lyon (ERIC Lyon 2), France
Chapter LXXV
Synopsis Data Structures for Representing, Querying, and Mining Data Streams............................. 701
Alfredo Cuzzocrea, University of Calabria, Italy
Chapter LXXVI
GR-OLAP: Online Analytical Processing of Grid Monitoring Information....................................... 716
Julien Gossa, LIRIS–INSA Lyon, France
Sandro Bimonte, LIRIS–NSA Lyon, France

Chapter LXXVII
A Pagination Method for Indexes in Metric Databases....................................................................... 728
Ana Valeria Villegas, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina

Carina Mabel Ruano, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina
Norma Edith Herrera, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina
Chapter LXXVIII
SWIFT: A Distributed Real Time Commit Protocol............................................................................ 737
Udai Shanker, M. M. M. Eng. College, India
Manoj Misra, IIT Roorkee, India
Anil K. Sarje, IIT Roorkee, India

Chapter LXXIX
MECP: A Memory Efficient Real Time Commit Protocol.................................................................. 744
Udai Shanker, M. M. M. Eng. College, India

Manoj Misra, IIT Roorkee, India
Anil K. Sarje, IIT Roorkee, India
Chapter LXXX
Self-Tuning Database Management Systems...................................................................................... 753
Camilo Porto Nunes, Federal University of Campina Grande, Brasil
Cláudio de Souza Baptista, Federal University of Campina Grande, Brasil
Marcus Costa Sampaio, Federal University of Campina Grande, Brasil

Chapter LXXXI
A Survey of Approaches to Database Replication............................................................................... 762
F. D. Muñoz-Escoí, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain

H. Decker, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
J. E. Armendáriz, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
J. R. González de Mendívil, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Chapter LXXXII
A Novel Crash Recovery Scheme for Distributed Real-Time Databases............................................ 769
Yingyuan Xiao, Tianjin University of Technology, China
Chapter LXXXIII
Querical Data Networks. ..................................................................................................................... 788
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Cyrus Shahabi, University of Southern California, USA
Farnoush Banaei-Kashani, University of Southern California, USA
Chapter LXXXIV
On the Implementation of a Logic Language for NP Search and Optimization Problems. ................ 798 .
Sergio Greco, University of Calabria, Italy
Cristian Molinaro, University of Calabria, Italy

Irina Trubitsyna, University of Calabria, Italy
Ester Zumpano, University of Calabria, Italy
Chapter LXXXV
A Query-Strategy-Focused Taxonomy of P2P IR Techniques............................................................. 805
Alfredo Cuzzocrea, University of Calabria, Italy
Chapter LXXXVI
Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing Databases: Critical Issues and Challenges.............................. 818
Michael Zoumboulakis, University of London, UK
George Roussos, University of London, UK
Chapter LXXXVII
Business-to-Business (B2B) Integration.............................................................................................. 828
Christoph Bussler, Merced Systems, Inc.
Chapter LXXXVIII
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)............................................................................................ 837
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Christoph Bussler, Merced Systems, Inc.
Chapter LXXXIX
The Role of Rhetoric in Localization and Offshoring......................................................................... 844
Kirk St.Amant, East Carolina University, USA

Chapter XC
Adaptive XML-to-Relational Storage Strategies................................................................................. 852
Irena Mlynkova, Charles University, Czech Republic

Chapter XCI
Innovative Access and Query Schemes for Mobile Databases and Data Warehouses........................ 860
Alfredo Cuzzocrea, University of Calabria, Italy

Chapter XCII
Full-Text Manipulation in Databases................................................................................................... 872
László Kovács, University of Miskolc, Hungary

Domonkos Tikk, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Chapter XCIII
Bind but Dynamic Technique: The Ultimate Protection Against SQL Injections............................... 880
Ahmad Hammoud, Lebanese American University, Lebanon
Ramzi A. Haraty, Lebanese American University, Lebanon


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