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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th British National Conference on Databases, BNCOD 2002, held in Sheffield, UK, in July 2002.The 10 revised full papers and 9 posters presented together with one invited paper were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the volume. The book offers topical sections on query processing, data warehousing and data mining, quality and integrity, and web and distributed databases.
Have It Your Way: Personalization of Network-Hosted Services
Adaptive Query Processing: A Survey
Improving Query Evaluation with Approximate Functional Dependency Based Decompositions
Refereed Poster Papers
The AutoMed Schema Integration Repository
Global Query Processing in the AutoMed Heterogeneous Database Environment.
Tracing Data Lineage Using Automed Schema Transformation Pathways
A System for Managing Alternate Models in Model-Based Mediation
CREAM: A Mediator Based Environment for Modeling and Accessing Distributed Information on the Web
An Integrated Approach to Handling Collaborative Diagram Databases on the WW
Fully Dynamic Clustering of Metric Data Sets
Data Warehousing and Mining
Real World Association Rule Mining
Implementation and Comparative Evaluation of Maintenance Policies in a Data Warehouse Environment
Quality and Integrity
Establishing a Taxonomy of Quality for Use in Information Filtering
Improving the Refined Triggering Graph Method for Active Rules Termination Analysis
An Algorithm for Determining Related Constraints
Web and Distributed Databases Retrieval Performance Experiment with the Webspace Method
Semantic Integration and Querying of Heterogeneous Data Sources Using a Hypergraph Data Model
A Document Database Query Language
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