The Second USENIX Workshop on Electronic Commerce by Doug Tygar

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In that case, the effects may be periodically recursive and for the solution of the ramification and qualification problems, it may be necessary to determine what things can change in the past and what things cannot. It is also worth investigating these problems in the presence of concurrent actions (instantaneous or with duration), or in the case of non-deterministic actions. These are topics of current research. 28 N. Papadakis and D. Plexousakis References 1. A. Borgida, J. Mylopoulos and R. Reiter.

G. [3]). However, there are cases where the LMS algorithm fails to specify the right significance factors for a number of neurules. That is, the adaline unit of a rule does not correctly classify some of the training examples. This means that the training examples correspond to a non-separable (boolean) function. e. with d=1) which are “close” to each other in some degree. The closeness between two examples is defined as the number of common component values. For example, the closeness of [1 0 1 1 1] and [1 1 0 1 1] is ‘2’.

Gr Abstract. The ramification and qualification problems are two infamous, hard and ever present problems in databases and, more generally, in systems exhibiting a dynamic behavior. The ramification problem refers to determining the indirect effects of actions, whereas the qualification problem refers to determining the preconditions which must hold prior to the execution of an action. A solution to these problems in database systems permits reasoning about the dynamics of databases and allows proving consistency properties.

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