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By Larry Rudolph (auth.), Klaus R. Dittrich, Andreas Geppert, Moira C. Norrie (eds.)

Since the overdue Nineteen Eighties, the CAiSE meetings have supplied a discussion board for the p- sentation and alternate of analysis effects and functional reports in the ?eld of data platforms Engineering. CAiSE 2001 used to be the thirteenth convention during this sequence and used to be held from 4th to eighth June 2001 within the inn of Int- laken positioned close to the 3 recognized Swiss mountains – the Eiger, M¨ onch, and Jungfrau. The ?rst days consisted of pre-conference workshops and tutorials. The workshop topics integrated requisites engineering, assessment of modeling equipment, info integration over the net, agent-oriented info platforms, and the layout and administration of knowledge warehouses. carrying on with the culture of modern CAiSE meetings, there has been additionally a doctoral consortium. The p- convention tutorials have been at the subject matters of e-business types and XML appli- tion improvement. the most convention software incorporated 3 invited audio system, tuto- als, and a panel dialogue as well as displays of the papers in those court cases. We additionally incorporated a unique ‘practice and event’ consultation to provide presentersanopportunitytoreportonanddiscussexperiencesandinvestigations at the use of tools and applied sciences in perform. Weextendourthankstothemembersoftheprogramcommitteeandallother referees with no whom such meetings wouldn't be attainable. this system committee, whose participants got here from 20 di?erent international locations, chosen 27 hello- caliber study papers and three adventure reviews from a complete of ninety seven submissions. the subjects of those papers span the wide-range of themes proper to info platforms engineering – from requisites and layout via to implementation and operation of advanced and dynamic systems.

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Lockemann that can automatically be recognized by the DBMS. Instead, clients must now explicitly identify persistent states, so-called checkpoints, to which to revert on failure. Since changes to a graph structure are atomic, the failure model does not have to take interferences into account. 5. Performance. The physical bottleneck remains the same. Consequently, data staging will have to remain the primary strategy for performance enhancement. 2 Architectures Low Consistency. The notion of database schema makes sense only in an environment with some degree of regularity in database structures.

HTML documents for the WWW, remote objects for CORBA, DCOM and RMI). This leaves as tasks those that are much more difficult to standardize, essentially all those that have to do with content. Content affects consistency and derived features such as persistency or resilience. If one cannot come up with standards, meta-standards may help. The architectural representation of metastandards is by frameworks. A framework that is oriented towards semantic homogeneity on the schema level, and coordination issues, is the I 3 (Intelligent Integration of Information) architecture.

Consequently, where there is no such regularity there is little to enforce in terms of consistency. There are further drawbacks. Little guidance can be given to the analysis of access profiles, and since there is no notion of type extension, little opportunity exists for descriptive access across sets and thus for query optimization. Hence, the upper two layers in terms of the reference architecture of Chap. 3 can exert only very little influence on performance, and there are no major challenges to functional mapping.

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