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Parallel, Object-Oriented, and Active Knowledge Base Systems

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information storage and retrieval systems,
  • Data structures (Computer science),
  • Computer science,
  • Artificial intelligence

  • About the Edition

    Knowledge Base Systems are an integration of conventional database systems with Artificial Intelligence techniques. They provide inference capabilities to the database system by encapsulating the knowledge of the application domain within the database. Knowledge is the most valuable of all corporate resources that must be captured, stored, re-used and continuously improved, in much the same way as database systems were important in the previous decade. Flexible, extensible, and yet efficient Knowledge Base Systems are needed to capture the increasing demand for knowledge-based applications which will become a significant market in the next decade. Knowledge can be expressed in many static and dynamic forms; the most prominent being domain objects, their relationships, and their rules of evolution and transformation. It is important to express and seamlessly use all types of knowledge in a single Knowledge Base System. Parallel, Object-Oriented, and Active Knowledge Base Systems presents in detail features that a Knowledge Base System should have in order to fulfill the above requirements. Parallel, Object-Oriented, and Active Knowledge Base Systems covers in detail the following topics: Integration of deductive, production, and active rules in sequential database systems. Integration and inter-operation of multiple rule types into the same Knowledge Base System. Parallel rule matching and execution, for deductive, production, and active rules, in parallel Export, Knowledge Base, and Database Systems. In-depth description of a Parallel, Object-Oriented, and Active Knowledge Base System that integrates all rule paradigms into a single database system without hindering performance. Parallel, Object-Oriented, and Active Knowledge Base Systems is intended as a graduate-level text for a course on Knowledge Base Systems and as a reference for researchers and practitioners in the areas of database systems, knowledge base systems and Artificial Intelligence.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Ioannis Vlahavas, Nick Bassiliades
    SeriesThe Springer International Series on Advances in Database Systems -- 11, Springer International Series on Advances in Database Systems -- 11.
    ContributionsBassiliades, Nick
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.D35
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (xv, 152 pages).
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27079718M
    ISBN 10144195029X, 1475761341
    ISBN 109781441950291, 9781475761344
    OCLC/WorldCa851760185


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Deductive and object-oriented databases should not be viewed as competitors but as two layers of abstraction (specification and implementation) within an overall knowledge base management. Vlahavas I., Bassiliades N.: Parallel Object-Oriented, and Active Knowledge Base Systems. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Wojnicki I.: A Rule-based Inference Engine Extending Knowledge Author: Igor Wojnicki.

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84]. In many systems, a programmer can also incorporate totally new, variable-sized data types (e.g. multimedia objects). Finally, object-oriented databases allow embedded semantics by associating. His current research interests incldue parallel database systems, object-oriented database systems, and database performance evaluation.

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