16.252 new Kluwer book on database systems

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 252.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                         Submit to: humanist@princeton.edu

             Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 06:45:15 +0100
             From: Kluwer <Kluwer@Kluwer.m0.net>
             Subject: new Kluwer book on Databases and Information Systems II

    Kluwer is pleased to announce the publication of the following title:


    and Information Systems II
    Fifth International Baltic Conference, Baltic DB&IS'2002, Tallinn, Estonia,
    June 3-6, 2002
    Selected Papers

    edited by

    Hele-Mai Haav
    Institute of Cybernetics at Tallinn Technical University, Estonia

    Ahto Kalja
    Dept. of Computer Engineering of Tallinn Technical University, Estonia

    The rapid growth of the Internet has dramatically changed the capabilities
    of information systems (IS) and the role of database management. They have
    become vital components of successful inter-networked enterprises and
    organizations. This volume considers fundamental issues and technical
    development in the integrated section of the fields of databases and modern
    The book contains a collection of 24 high quality papers written by 56
    authors. These articles present original results that constitute a survey
    of both the research and technological dimensions related to the modern IS
    and database development. The database research emphasises distributed
    databases, XML and databases, mobile agents and databases, data mining and
    knowledge management. The IS development issues include ontology-based and
    knowledge-based approaches to systems development, UML based IS development
    methodologies, and web IS. These papers are of particular interest to
    researchers, developers, advanced students, and practitioners who are
    concerned with the development of modern IS.

    Hardbound ISBN: 1-4020-1038-9 Date: December 2002 Pages: 345 pp.
    EURO 157.00 / USD 151.00 / GBP 99.00

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