Database and Expert Systems Applications: 18th International by Michal Krátký, Radim Bača, Václav Snášel (auth.), Roland

By Michal Krátký, Radim Bača, Václav Snášel (auth.), Roland Wagner, Norman Revell, Günther Pernul (eds.)

The annual overseas convention on Database and professional structures purposes (DEXA) is now good confirmed as a reference clinical occasion. The reader will locate during this quantity a set of clinical papers that symbolize the cutting-edge of - seek within the area of knowledge, info and data administration, clever structures, and their purposes. The 18th example of the sequence of DEXA meetings was once held on the collage of Regensburg, Germany, September 3–7, 2007. a number of collocated meetings and workshops lined really expert and comp- mentary themes to the most convention subject. Six conferences—the 8th Inter- tional convention on facts Warehousing and information Discovery (DaWaK), the 7th overseas convention on digital trade and net applied sciences (EC-Web), the 5th overseas convention on digital executive (EGOV), the third overseas convention on belief, privateness, and defense in electronic company (TrustBus), the third foreign convention on business functions of Holonic and Multi-Agent structures (HoloMAS), and the first foreign convention on N- work-Based details structures (NBiS)—and 19 workshops have been collocated with DEXA. The convention is a distinct overseas occasion with a balanced intensity and breadth of themes. Its a lot preferred conviviality fosters unrivaled possibilities to satisfy, proportion the most recent medical effects and talk about the newest technological advances within the sector of knowledge applied sciences with younger scientists and engineers in addition to senior world-renown experts.

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1 Related Work The work of Carvalho et al. [1] identifies similar objects in a vectorial space. Four methods to establish and compare the objects are introduced. They take into consideration how the properties of the objects are represented (by a single or multiple vectors) and which properties are considered (all or a subset of them). They apply such method to XML instances comparison. In the work of Jagadish et al. [7], the tree edit distance between trees representing XML instances is used as a metric to estimate the similarity.

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