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Deductive databases and their applications

by Robert M. Colomb

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Published by Taylor & Francis in London, Bristol, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deductive databases.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementRobert M. Colomb.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.D32 C64 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 263 p. :
    Number of Pages263
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL440130M
    ISBN 100748407960, 0748407979
    LC Control Number98151074

    With mobile databases, users have access to corporate data on their laptop, PDA, or other Internet access device that is required for applications at remote sites. The components of a mobile database environment include: Corporate database server and DBMS that deals with and stores the corporate data and provides corporate applications.   Abstract. This chapter defines the deductive spreadsheet proper by adding recursion to the logical interpretation provided in Chap. 5, hence turning it into a constrained form of Datalog with step provides a substantial boost in expressiveness while requiring only Cited by: 4.

    An Introduction to Deductive Database Languages and Systems Deductive databases have their origin in the problem of interpretation and understanding of large amounts of data being stored in.   A deductive database system PACADE (Protein Atomic Coordinate Analyzer with Deductive Engine) has been developed for protein structure analysis. With this system, super-secondary structures described in logical and declarative rules can be retr.

    an issue. Deductive database systems attempt to change this. restriction so that either a DBMS is enhanced to. handle an expert system interface or an expert. system is enhanced to handle secondary storage. resident data. The knowledge in an expert or knowledge-based. system is extracted from application experts and.   Thus, several application areas have been identified where these systems are particularly effective, including areas well beyond the domain of traditional database applications. Finally, the design and deployment of deductive databases has provided new stimulus and a focus to further research into several fundamental by:


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Deductive Databases and their Applications is an introductory text aimed at undergraduate students with some knowledge of database and information systems. The text comes complete with exercises and solutions to encourage students to tackle problems practically as well as : Paperback.

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Kindle Store. Go Search. Book Description. Deductive Databases and their Applications is an introductory text aimed at undergraduate students with some knowledge of database and information systems.

The text comes complete with exercises and solutions to encourage students to. Deductive Databases and their Applications is an introductory text aimed at undergraduate students with some knowledge of database and information systems. The text comes complete with exercises and solutions to encourage students to Cited by: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Targetted at intermediate undergraduates, this text is designed for students of computer science who have already been introduced to databases and are beginning to specialize at the senior level.

Deductive databases and their applications. [Robert M Colomb] -- Targetted at intermediate undergraduates, this text is designed for students of computer science who have already been introduced to databases and are beginning to specialize at the senior level.

Deductive Databases and Their Applications Targetted at intermediate undergraduates, this text is designed for students of computer science who have already been introduced to Databases and are beginning to specialize at the senior level. In the recent years, Deductive Databases have been the focus of intense research, which has brought dramatic advances in theory, systems and applications.

A salient feature of deductive databases is their capability of supporting a declarative, rule-based style of expressing queries. An Introduction to Deductive Database Languages and Systems Kotagiri Ramamohanarao and James Harland 1.

Introduction One of the most fundamental uses of a computer is to store and retrieve information, particularly when there are a large amount of data to be stored, or there are complex.

This is most probably due tothe fact that deductive databases are used to create large knowledge bases, a thing that isbeyond the scope of most of the applications. In the recent years, some deductive database concepts started to be used in other systems.

DEDUCTIVE DATABASES Popoola, John Abimbola ([email protected]) Yusuf Wasiu 2. CONTENTS • Introduction • Philosophy • Architecture • Evaluation • Example Applications • References 3. INTRODUCTION • A deductive database is one that can make conclusions (or deductions) from the rules and facts stored in such deductive database.

Abstract. We investigate the declarative semantics of deductive databases and logic programs. We introduce the class of perfect models of a deductive database and argue that this class of models—enjoying many of the properties of the class of minimal models—provides a correct intended semantics for such databases, incorporating a natural form of the closed-world assumption.

Deductive databases and object-oriented databases are at the forefront of research in next-generation intelligent database systems. Object-oriented programming and design methodologies have great potential, promising to reduce the complexity of very large software systems in such domains as computer-aided design and manufacturing, integrated office information systems, and artificial Book Edition: 1.

Book description. Deductive databases and object-oriented databases are at the forefront of research in next-generation intelligent database systems. Object-oriented programming and design methodol read full description. Can read the second rule as follows: “For all values of Part, Subpt and Qty, if there is a tuple (Part, Part2, Qty) in Assembly and a tuple (Part2, Subpt) in Comp.

then there must be a tuple (Part, Subpt) in Comp.”. Each rule is a template: by assigning constants to the variables in such a way that each body “literal” is a tuple in the corresponding relation, we identify a tuple that.

A Deductive Database Approach to A.I. Planning Antonio Brogi⁄ V.S. Subrahmanian yCarlo Zanioloz Abstract In this paper, we show that the classical A.I. planning problem can be modelled using simple database constructs with logic-based semantics.

The approach is similar to that used to model updates and nondetermism in active database rules. Deductive databases are more expressive than relational databases but less expressive than logic programming systems.

In recent years, deductive databases such as Datalog have found new application in data integration, information extraction, networking, program analysis, security, and cloud models: Flat, Hierarchical, Dimensional.

A BASIS FOR DEDUCTIVE DATABASE SYSTEMS 97 Definition [15]. Let D be a database such that comp(D) is consistent, and let W be an integrity constraint. We say D satisjies W if W is a logical consequence of camp(D); otherwise, we say D violates W. Finally we define a class of databases that has several important properties.

Deductive Databases. In this section we will describe Deductive Databases systems and how they are implemented with real world scenarios. We will also describe how active and deductive database can be integrated. Introduction. A deductive database is a database system that includes facilities to define deductive rules.

Object databases are commonly used in applications that require high performance, calculations, and faster results. Some of the common applications that use object databases are real-time systems, architectural & engineering for 3D modeling, telecommunications, and scientific products, molecular science, and astronomy.

Deductive Databases are coming of age with the emergence of efficient and easy to use systems that support queries, reasoning, and application development on databases through declarative logic-based languages.

Interest in the area of Deductive Databases began in the “7Os, with most of the early work.Deductive Databases. CS 95 Advanced Database Systems Handout 6 Deductive Databases An area that is the intersection of databases, logic, and artificial intelligence or knowledge bases; A deductive database system is a database system that includes capabilities to define (deductive) rules, which can deduce or infer additional information from the facts that are stored in a database Part of the.

In this paper, we review the evolution of the enabling technology and architectures of deductive database prototypes; then we focus on their applications, as seen by Author: Carlo Zaniolo.