Database Programming Languages DBPL 4

Database Programming Languages  DBPL 4

Object models and languages. 3. Data types with order. 4. Mechanisms to support persistence, reflection, and extensibility. 5. Query optimization and integrity constraints. 6. Logic-based models. 7. Implementation and performance issues.

Author: Catriel Beeri

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540198539

Category: Computers

Page: 438

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The Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages - Object Models and Languages (DBPL-4) took place in Manhattan, New York City, 30 August-1 September 1993. The areas of interest and the format of DBPL-4 focused on the integration of programming languages, object models, type systems and database systems. As in the previous DBPL workshops, the setting was informal, allowing the participants to actively discuss and argue about the ideas presented in the talks. The comments and remarks made by the participants during and after the presentations were taken into account in the preparation of the final versions of the papers. The result, we believe, is a set of excellent papers. The DBPL sequence is closely related to the sequence of International Workshops on Persistent Object Systems (POS), first started in 1985. While the DBPL workshops focus on language and model issues, the POS workshops have focused on implementation issues; thus the two sequences complement each other. Many researchers participate in both workshop series. The eight sessions of the technical program of DBPL-4 were as follows: 1. Bulk types and their query languages (two sessions). 2. Object models and languages. 3. Data types with order. 4. Mechanisms to support persistence, reflection, and extensibility. 5. Query optimization and integrity constraints. 6. Logic-based models. 7. Implementation and performance issues.
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Database Programming Languages DBPL 4

Database Programming Languages  DBPL 4

Object models and languages. 3. Data types with order. 4. Mechanisms to support persistence, reflection, and extensibility. 5. Query optimization and integrity constraints. 6. Logic-based models. 7. Implementation and performance issues.

Author: Catriel Beeri

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447135647

Category: Computers

Page: 438

View: 575

The Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages - Object Models and Languages (DBPL-4) took place in Manhattan, New York City, 30 August-1 September 1993. The areas of interest and the format of DBPL-4 focused on the integration of programming languages, object models, type systems and database systems. As in the previous DBPL workshops, the setting was informal, allowing the participants to actively discuss and argue about the ideas presented in the talks. The comments and remarks made by the participants during and after the presentations were taken into account in the preparation of the final versions of the papers. The result, we believe, is a set of excellent papers. The DBPL sequence is closely related to the sequence of International Workshops on Persistent Object Systems (POS), first started in 1985. While the DBPL workshops focus on language and model issues, the POS workshops have focused on implementation issues; thus the two sequences complement each other. Many researchers participate in both workshop series. The eight sessions of the technical program of DBPL-4 were as follows: 1. Bulk types and their query languages (two sessions). 2. Object models and languages. 3. Data types with order. 4. Mechanisms to support persistence, reflection, and extensibility. 5. Query optimization and integrity constraints. 6. Logic-based models. 7. Implementation and performance issues.
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Database Programming Languages Dbpl 4

Database Programming Languages  Dbpl 4

Object models and languages. 3. Data types with order. 4. Mechanisms to support persistence, reflection, and extensibility. 5. Query optimization and integrity constraints. 6. Logic-based models. 7. Implementation and performance issues.

Author: Catriel Beeri

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ISBN: 1447135652

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Page: 448

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Database Programming Languages

Database Programming Languages

6th International Workshop, DBPL-6, Estes Park, Colorado, USA, August 18-20, ... in Database programming languages ( DBPL - 4 ) : Proceedings of the 4th ...

Author: Sophie Cluet

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540648232

Category: Computers

Page: 430

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Database Programming Languages, DBPL-6, held in Estes Park, Colorado, USA, in August 1997. The 20 revised full papers presented have gone through two rounds of reviewing and selection. Also included are two invited talks, the transcription of a panel discussion and an introductory survey by the volume editors. The papers address all current aspects of database programming languages, in particular spatial databases, typing, query languages for new applications, views, expressive power, aggregate queries, cooperative work, and transactions.
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Database Programming Languages DBPL 5

Database Programming Languages  DBPL 5

The DBPL Workshops have been held every other year since 1987. They are closely related to the series of International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems (POS) which take place on alternate years.

Author: Paolo Atzeni

Publisher: Springer Verlag

ISBN: 3540760865

Category: Computers

Page: 12

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This booklet contains abstracts of the papers from Database Programming Languages, Gubbio 1995. The full papers are available on our World Wide Web site. To access the full papers you must have a copy of this booklet which contains the passwords you need.
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Database Programming Languages DBPL 5

Database Programming Languages  DBPL 5

The DBPL Workshops have been held every other year since 1987. They are closely related to the series of International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems (POS) which take place on alternate years.

Author: Paolo Atzeni

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540760865

Category: Computers

Page: 12

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The DBPL Workshops have been held every other year since 1987. They are closely related to the series of International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems (POS) which take place on alternate years. The DBPL Workshops provide an important forum for discussion in a field which combines the key technologies for the future of data-intensive systems. The papers presented at DBPL-5 concentrate mainly on language and model issues. Among the specific topics covered are: data modelling, programming constructs, cooperative, temporal and active databases, data exchange formats, and implementation issues. The full papers from DBPL-5 are available on-line at: http://www.springer.co.uk/eWiC/Workshops/DBPL5.html This booklet provides the passwords needed to access the web site. Purchasing the booklet provides the user with unlimited access to the site for four years (subject, of course, to entry of the correct passwords each time).
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Rules in Database Systems

Rules in Database Systems

... Program Synthesis and Transformation, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 7–9 July 1993 Yves Deville (Ed.) Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of ...

Author: Norman W. Paton

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447132257

Category: Computers

Page: 418

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This book is the proceedings of a workshop held at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh in August 1993. The central theme of the workshop was rules in database systems, and the papers presented covered a range of different aspects of database rule systems. These aspects are reflected in the sessions of the workshop, which are the same as the sections in this proceedings: Active Databases Architectures Incorporating Temporal Rules Rules and Transactions Analysis and Debugging of Active Rules Integrating Graphs/Objects with Deduction Integrating Deductive and Active Rules Integrity Constraints Deductive Databases The incorporation of rules into database systems is an important area of research, as it is a major component in the integration of behavioural information with the structural data with which commercial databases have traditionally been associated. This integration of the behavioural aspects of an application with the data to which it applies in database systems leads to more straightforward application development and more efficient processing of data. Many novel applications seem to need database systems in which structural and behavioural information are fully integrated. Rules are only one means of expressing behavioural information, but it is clear that different types of rule can be used to capture directly different properties of an application which are cumbersome to support using conventional database architectures. In recent years there has been a surge of research activity focusing upon active database systems, and this volume opens with a collection of papers devoted specifically to this topic.
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Active and Real Time Database Systems ARTDB 95

Active and Real Time Database Systems  ARTDB 95

... Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages - Object Models and Languages, ...

Author: Mikael Berndtsson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447130802

Category: Computers

Page: 266

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The areas of active and real-time databases have seen a tremendous growth of interest in the past few years, particularly with regard to their support of time-critical and embedded applications. ARTDB-95 provided, therefore, an important forum for researchers from both communities to discuss research results, and also to chart new directions for the future. As well as the 11 submitted papers presented at the workshop, this volume also contains 4 invited papers on the following topics: the impact of active databases on commercial practice; the optimization of active database transactions; the need for better language, compiler and tool support for real-time databases; and the origin of time constraints associated with data, events and actions. Together the papers give a comprehensive overview of current research, and will provide invaluable reading for academic and industrial researchers and students at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
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Database Programming Languages

Database Programming Languages

... “ Themis : a database programming language with integrity constraints , ” in Database programming languages ( DBPL - 4 ) : Proceedings of the 4th ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015045976118

Category: Database management

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Functional Programming Glasgow 1993

Functional Programming  Glasgow 1993

... Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages — Object Models and Languages ...

Author: John T. O'Donnell

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447132363

Category: Computers

Page: 287

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The Functional Programming Group at the University of Glasgow was started in 1986 by John Hughes and Mary Sheeran. Since then it has grown in size and strength, becoming one of the largest computing science research groups at Glasgow and earning an international reputation. The first Glasgow Functional Programming Workshop was organised in the summer of 1988. Its purpose was threefold: to provide a snapshot of all the research going on within the group, to share research ideas between Glaswegians and colleagues in the U.K. and abroad, and to introduce research students to the art of writing and presenting papers at a semi-formal (but still local and friendly) conference. The success of the first workshop has led to an annual series: Rothesay (1988), Fraserburgh (1989), Ullapool (1990). Portree (1991), Ayr (1992), and the workshop reported in these proceedings: Ayr (1993). Most participants wrote a paper that appeared in the draft proceedings (distributed at the workshop), and each draft paper was presented by one of the authors. The papers were all refereed by several other participants at the workshop, both internal and external, and the programme committee selected papers for these proceedings. Most papers have been revised twice, based firstly on feedback at the workshop, and secondly using the referee reports.
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East West Database Workshop

East West Database Workshop

... Program Synthesis and Transformation, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 7–9 July 1993 Yves Deville (Ed.) Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of ...

Author: Johann Eder

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447135777

Category: Computers

Page: 440

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This volume results from the four-day scientific Second International East/West Database Workshop which took place 25th-28th September 1994, in Klagenfurt, Austria, continuing a series of workshops started in Kiev in 1990 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science No. 504, Springer, "Next Generation Information System Technology"). The aims of this workshop are twofold: first, to provide a forum for the presentation and in-depth discussion of scientific achievements in the field of advanced databases that will effectively improve the building and use of future information systems; second, to establish and increase communication between research communities which were formerly separated and, therefore, had only rare opportunities to interact. It should establish contacts between researchers from the East and from the West to make exchange of ideas possible and to trigger collaborations. However, it is not only political borders which change their perviousness as a result of -or giving rise to -new autonomies or new possibilities for interaction and collaboration. The same happens with the borders between scientific areas, in particular in the dynamically evolving areas of computer science. Databases and programming languages are integrated in object oriented databases, database and information retrieval technology form together the basis for modern (multimedia) information systems. Furthermore, the borders between different information systems change and allow various forms of collaboration while maintaining different degrees of autonomy. Heterogeneous and distributed databases are enabling technologies for these systems.
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Interfaces to Database Systems IDS94

Interfaces to Database Systems  IDS94

... on Logic Program Synthesis and Transformation, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 7–9 July 1993 Yves Deville (Ed.) Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) ...

Author: Peter H. Sawyer

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447138181

Category: Computers

Page: 368

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A brief survey of the major DBMS and HeI conference proceedings over the past 10 years will reveal isolated pockets of research in database user interfaces but little sense of being swept along with the general advances in DBMS technology and Hel. New data models have evolved to meet the needs of different application domains; persistent programming languages are blurring the traditional distinction between data definition and application programming languages; distribution and inter-operability have become issues as have the storage of heterogeneous media types; yet it is still rare to read of the HeI issues raised by these technological innovations being expressly addressed and rarer still to find recognition of the usability problems with longer-established database technologies. There are at least two reasons why this should be surprising: • Database systems are not like other computer systems; existing both as back-ends to other applications and as stand-alone data stores, they are typically slow, deal with very large volumes of data and can involve all sorts of security, confidentiality and even cooperability issues. • Databases are everywhere. Perhaps only word processors and spread sheets are more widespread. In addition, as business cultures change and personal computing continues to mould expectations, end-users find themselves interacting increasingly closely with database systems.
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Database Programming Languages

Database Programming Languages

10th International Symposium, DBPL 2005, Trondheim, Norway, August 28-29, 2005, Revised Selected Papers Gavin Bierman, Christoph Koch.

Author: Gavin Bierman

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540314455

Category: Computers

Page: 298

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Database Programming Languages, DBPL 2005, held in Trondheim, Norway in August 2005 in conjunction with VLDB 2005 and in coordination with the XML Database Symposium, XSym 2005. The 17 revised full papers presented together with an invited paper were carefully selected during two round of reviewing and revision from 63 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on XML languages, XML and P2P data integration, XML query languages, types and XML, grammars, automata, and tree, as well as dependencies and constraints.
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Research Issues in Structured and Semistructured Database Programming

Research Issues in Structured and Semistructured Database Programming

7th International Workshop on Database Programming Languages, DBPL'99 ... A 4 = f 1 (A 2 ) T F A 4 =ω A3=f3(A1) E 2 ∧ P 2 (A 1 ) T F A3=ω E 3 ∧ P 3 (A 2 ) ...

Author: Richard Connor

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540445432

Category: Computers

Page: 328

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Database Programming Languages, DBPL'99, held in Kinloch Rannoch, UK in September 1999. The 17 revised full papers presented together with an invited paper were carefully reviewed and revised for inclusion in the book. The book presents topical sections on querying and query optmization; languages for document models; persistence, components and workflows; typing and querying semistructured data; active and spatial databases; and unifying semistructured and traditional data models.
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Structures in Concurrency Theory

Structures in Concurrency Theory

... Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages — Object Models and Languages ...

Author: Jörg Desel

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447130789

Category: Mathematics

Page: 352

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This book is the proceedings of the Structures in Concurrency Theory workshop (STRICT) that was held from 11 th to l3th May 1995 in Berlin, Germany. It includes three invited contributions - by J. de Bakker, E. Best et aI, and E. R. Olderog and M. Schenke - and all papers which were submitted and accepted for presentation. Concurrency Theory deals with formal aspects of concurrent systems. It uses partly competing and partly complementary formalisms and structures. The aim of this workshop was to present and compare different formalisms and results in Concurrency Theory. STRICT was organized by the Humboldt-University Berlin and the ESPRIT Basic Research Working Group CALIBAN. Original papers had been sought from all scientists in the field of Concurrency Theory. The Programme Committee selected twenty contributions with various different topics, including Petri Nets, Process Algebras, Distributed Algorithms, Formal Semantics, and others. I am grateful to the Programme Committee and to the other referees for the careful evaluation of the submitted papers.
Categories: Mathematics

Functional Programming Glasgow 1994

Functional Programming  Glasgow 1994

... Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages - Object Models and Languages ...

Author: Kevin Hammond

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447135739

Category: Mathematics

Page: 254

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This is the proceedings of the seventh annual workshop held by the Glasgow Functional Programming Group. The purpose of the workshop is to provide a focus for new research, to foster research contacts with other functional language researchers, and to provide a platform for research students to develop their presentation skills. As in previous years, we spent three days closeted together in a pleasant seaside town, isolated from normal work commitments. We were joined by colleagues from other universities (both UK and abroad) and from industry. Workshop participants presented a short talk about their current research work, and produced a paper which appeared in a draft proceedings. These papers were then reviewed and revised in the light of discussions at the workshop and the referees' comments. A selection of those revised papers (the majority of those presented at the workshop) appears here in the published proceedings. The papers themselves cover a wide span, from theoretical work on algebras and bisimilarity to experience with a real-world medical applica tion. Unsurprisingly, given Glasgow's track record, there is a strong emphasis on compilation techniques and optimisations, and there are also several papers on concurrency and parallelism.
Categories: Mathematics

6th Refinement Workshop

6th Refinement Workshop

... Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages — Object Models and Languages ...

Author: David Till

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447132400

Category: Mathematics

Page: 309

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The Sixth Refinement Workshop took place at City University in London from 5th to 7th January 1994. The present volume includes all of the papers which were submitted and accepted for presentation, together with two papers by invited speakers. The workshops in the series have generally occurred at one year intervals but in this last case a two year period had elapsed. These workshops have established themselves as an important event in the calendar for all those who are interested in progress in the underlying theory of refinement and in the take-up by industry of the methods supported by that theory. One of the proposed themes of the sixth workshop was the reporting of successful adoption in industry of rigorous software development methods. The programme committee was perhaps slightly disappointed by the response from industry to the call in this respect. However, the recent period could be characterised as one of consolidation, when those companies which have made the decision that formal development methods are important to their business have been adopting them where appropriate and finding them to be worthwhile. On the other hand,. the difficult economic climate which exists in most parts of the developed world is perhaps not the context within which companies still dubious about the benefits are goil'\g to opt for making major changes in their working practices.
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Z User Workshop Cambridge 1994

Z User Workshop  Cambridge 1994

... Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages — Object Models and Languages ...

Author: J.P. Bowen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447134527

Category: Computers

Page: 405

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This volume contains papers from the Eighth Z User Meeting, to be held at the University of Cambridge from 29 - 30 June 1994. The papers cover a wide range of issues associated with Z and formal methods, with particular reference to practical application. These issues include education, standards, tool support, and interaction with other design paradigms such as consideration of real-time and object-oriented approaches to development. Among the actual topics covered are: the formal specification in Z of Defence Standard 00-56; formal specification of telephone features; specifying and interpreting class hierarchies in Z; and software quality assurance using the SAZ method. Z User Workshop, Cambridge 1994 provides an important overview of current research into industrial applications of Z, and will provide invaluable reading for researchers, postgraduate students and also potential industrial users of Z.
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Music Education An Artificial Intelligence Approach

Music Education  An Artificial Intelligence Approach

... Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages — Object Models and Languages ...

Author: Matt Smith

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447135715

Category: Computers

Page: 173

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The research fields of "artificial intelligence and music" and "cognitive musicology" are relative newcomers to the many interdisciplinary groupings based around the centre of AI and cognitive science. They are concerned with the computational study and emulation of human behaviour with respect to music, in many aspects, and with varying degrees of emphasis on psychological plausibility. Recent publications have included work in such diverse areas as rhythm and pitch perception, performance, composition, and formal analysis. Music shares with language the property of giving access to human mental behaviour in a very direct way. As such, it has the potential to be a very useful domain for AI work. Furthermore, in the course of time, AI related work will surely throw light back onto some or all of the fields to which it is applied. Indeed, we are already beginning to feel the benefits of the application of AI techniques to music technology. It is not surprising, therefore, that one of the first areas interest for of musical AI study is that of music education. There are many ways in which an artificial intelligence or cognitive science approach to music education may be applied - for example, to automate tuition, to explain learning processes, to provide metaphors for human computer interaction, and so on. This collection of papers, which is intended to give an impression of both the breadth and depth of the field, originated from a workshop entitled "Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Approach".
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Incompleteness and Uncertainty in Information Systems

Incompleteness and Uncertainty in Information Systems

Database Programming Languages (DBPL-4) Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Database Programming Languages — Object Models and Languages, ...

Author: V.S. Alagar

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781447132424

Category: Computers

Page: 235

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The Software Engineering and Knowledgebase Systems (SOFfEKS) Research Group of the Department of Computer Science, Concordia University, Canada, organized a workshop on Incompleteness and Uncertainty in Information Systems from October 8-9, 1993 in Montreal. A major aim of the workshop was to bring together researchers who share a concern for issues of incompleteness and uncertainty. The workshop attracted people doing fundamental research and industry oriented research in databases, software engineering and AI from North America, Europe and Asia. The workshop program featured six invited talks and twenty other presentations. The invited speakers were: Martin Feather (University of Southern CalifornialInformation Systems Institute) Laks V. S. Lakshmanan (Concordia University) Ewa Orlowska (Polish Academy of Sciences) z. Pawlak (Warsaw Technical University and Academy of Sciences) F. Sadri (Concordia University) A. Skowron (Warsaw University) The papers can be classified into four groups: rough sets and logic, concept analysis, databases and information retrieval, and software engineering. The workshop opened with a warm welcome speech from Dr. Dan Taddeo, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science. The first day's presentations were in rough sets, databases and information retrieval. Papers given on the second day centered around software engineering and concept analysis. Sufficient time was given in between presentations to promote active interactions and numerous lively discussions. At the end of two days, the participants expressed their hope that this workshop would be continued.
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