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Database replication is traditionally seen as a way to increase the availability and performance of distributed databases. Although a large number of protocols providing data consistency and fault-tolerance have been proposed, few of these ideas have ever been used in commercial products due to...
Rules in active database systems can be very difficult to program due to the unstructured and unpredictable nature of rule processing. We provide static analysis techniques for predicting whether a given rule set is guaranteed to terminate and whether rule execution is confluent (guaranteed to...
A new model to evaluate dependencies in data mining problems is presented and discussed. The well-known concept of the association rule is replaced by the new definition of dependence value, which is a single real number uniquely associated with a given itemset. Knowledge of dependence values is...
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