Database and Expert Systems Applications: 26th International by Qiming Chen, Abdelkader Hameurlain, Farouk Toumani, Roland

By Qiming Chen, Abdelkader Hameurlain, Farouk Toumani, Roland Wagner, Hendrik Decker

This quantity set LNCS 9261 and LNCS 9262 constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty sixth foreign convention on Database and specialist structures functions, DEXA 2015, held in Valencia, Spain, September 1-4, 2015.

The forty revised complete papers awarded including 32 brief papers, and a couple of keynote talks, have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from one hundred twenty five submissions. The papers speak about a number of themes together with: temporal, spatial and excessive dimensional databases; semantic internet and ontologies; modeling, associated open information; NoSQLm NewSQL, info integration; doubtful facts and inconsistency tolerance; database process structure; information mining, question processing and optimization; indexing and determination aid platforms; modeling, extraction, social networks; wisdom administration and consistency; mobility, privateness and safety; facts streams, net prone; disbursed, parallel and cloud databases; info retrieval; XML and semi-structured facts; information partitioning, indexing; information mining, functions; WWW and databases; information administration algorithms.

These volumes additionally contain permitted papers of the eighth overseas convention on facts administration in Cloud, Grid and P2P structures, Globe 2015, held in Valencia, Spain, September 2, 2015. The eight complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from thirteen submissions. The papers talk about various themes together with: MapReduce framework: load balancing, optimization and class; protection, information privateness and consistency; question rewriting and streaming.

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By Qiming Chen, Abdelkader Hameurlain, Farouk Toumani, Roland Wagner, Hendrik Decker

This quantity set LNCS 9261 and LNCS 9262 constitutes the refereed court cases of the twenty sixth foreign convention on Database and specialist structures functions, DEXA 2015, held in Valencia, Spain, September 1-4, 2015.

The forty revised complete papers awarded including 32 brief papers, and a couple of keynote talks, have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from one hundred twenty five submissions. The papers speak about a number of themes together with: temporal, spatial and excessive dimensional databases; semantic internet and ontologies; modeling, associated open information; NoSQLm NewSQL, info integration; doubtful facts and inconsistency tolerance; database process structure; information mining, question processing and optimization; indexing and determination aid platforms; modeling, extraction, social networks; wisdom administration and consistency; mobility, privateness and safety; facts streams, net prone; disbursed, parallel and cloud databases; info retrieval; XML and semi-structured facts; information partitioning, indexing; information mining, functions; WWW and databases; information administration algorithms.

These volumes additionally contain permitted papers of the eighth overseas convention on facts administration in Cloud, Grid and P2P structures, Globe 2015, held in Valencia, Spain, September 2, 2015. The eight complete papers offered have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from thirteen submissions. The papers talk about various themes together with: MapReduce framework: load balancing, optimization and class; protection, information privateness and consistency; question rewriting and streaming.

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Therefore, the development of data or knowledge bases to which job descriptions and curricula vitae (CV) can be uploaded and which can be queried effectively and efficiently by both, employers and job seekers to find best matching candidates for a given job profile and best suitable job offers matching a given applicant skill set, respectively, is of high importance. , the partial order on concepts The research reported in this paper was supported by the Austrian Forschungsf¨ orderungsgesellschaft (FFG) for the Bridge project “Accurate and Efficient Profile Matching in Knowledge Bases” (ACEPROM) under contract 841284.

2 that represents a small set of Programming Languages. Note that, we have refined the relation between the concepts in order to reflect the conceptual influence between the different programming languages. Note also that Programming Languages (PL) is not the least upper bound in Fig. 2. For convenience, we have suppressed the upper part of the subsumption structure of the sub-lattice (Programming Languages Programming Computing Competences). Note that atomic concepts are not defined as such in Fig.

We say that a P2P system PS is consistent if MWM(PS) = ∅; otherwise it is inconsistent. We observe that, if each peer of a P2P system is locally consistent then no mapping atom is inferred. Clearly not always a minimal weak model exists. This happens when there is at least a peer which is locally inconsistent and there is no way to import mapping atoms that could repair its local database so that its consistency can be restored. Example 3. Consider the P2P system PS presented in Example 2. The weak models of the system are: M1 = {vendor(dan, laptop), vendor(bob, laptop), order(laptop), supplier(dan, laptop), available(laptop)}, M2 = {vendor(dan, laptop), vendor(bob, laptop), order(laptop), supplier(bob, laptop), available(laptop)}, and M3 = {vendor(dan, laptop), vendor(bob, laptop), order(laptop), supplier(dan, laptop), supplier(bob, laptop), available(laptop)}, whereas the minimal weak models are M1 and M2 because they contain minimal subsets of mapping atoms (resp.

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