publication . Article . 1985

Learning from AI: New Trends in Database Technology

Bic, Lubomir; Gilbert, Jonathan P.;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 1985 Journal: Computer, volume 19, pages 44-54 (issn: 0018-9162, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Database management systems evolved in response to the need for efficient maintenance of increasingly large amounts of data. The relatively slow speed of secondary storage devices holding the data is one of the main limitations of database design. Hence, the internal organization of databases has been the primary focus of research in the past. Another major influence on database research was the need to share information among a variety of users. In such an environment, strict rules governing the manipulation of data had to be imposed to preserve the integrity of the database and to guarantee privacy for each user. These needs led to the development of several b...
Subjects
free text keywords: Database design, Context model, Intelligent database, Knowledge representation and reasoning, Computer science, Data administration, Data modeling, Computer security, computer.software_genre, computer, Data science, Database testing, Software engineering, business.industry, business, Database model, Database
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publication . Article . 1985

Learning from AI: New Trends in Database Technology

Bic, Lubomir; Gilbert, Jonathan P.;