Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Data and Knowledge Bases
Improving Usability and Responsiveness
By C. Beeri, J. W. Schmidt, U. Dayal
Publisher: Elsevier / Morgan Kaufmann
Final Release Date: May 2014
Pages: 432

Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Data and Knowledge Bases: Improving Usability and Responsiveness compiles papers presented at the Third International Conference on Data and Knowledge Bases held in Jerusalem, Israel on June 28-30, 1988.

This book discusses the management system for graph-like documents, selection of processing strategies for different recursive queries, and supporting concurrent access to facts in logic programs. The design considerations for a Prolog database engine, experience with the domain algebra, and two level transaction management in a multiprocessor database machine are also described. This publication likewise covers the non-deterministic choice in Datalog and locally balanced compact Trie Hashing.

This compilation is a good source for researchers and specialists of disciplines related to computer science.

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