Encyclopedia of Database Systems
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Encyclopedia of Database Systems is a comprehensive reference to topics in database systems for students, researchers, and practitioners who need a quick and authoritative reference to the subject of databases, data management, and database systems, such as basic concept definition, data processing algorithms, key results to date, and references to source materials. The encyclopedia features alphabetical organization of entries, covering both topics of current interest and key research results of historical significance in all the main areas of database systems.
This reference is designed to address the needs of a wide audience including researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and other professionals and practitioners who might need speedy and reliable information in the databases, data management, and database systems subject area. It is an essential reference for database specialists, software developers, scientists and engineers who need to deal with structured, semi-structured or unstructured large datasets. In addition database and data mining researchers and scholars in the many areas that apply database technologies, such as artificial intelligence, software engineering, robotics and computer vision, machine learning, finance and marketing will benefit from the encyclopedia.
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