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An Introduction to Relational Database Theory

By: Hugh Darwen

An introduction to relational database theory.

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Interval Neutrosophic Sets and Logic : Theory and Applications in Computing

By: Florentin Smarandache

...eutrosophic inference system can be applied to decision making. Chapter 3 gives one application of interval neutrosophic sets and logic in the eld of relational databases. Neutrosophic data model is the generalization of fuzzy data model and paraconsistent data model. Here, we generalize various set-theoretic and relation-theoretic operations of fuzzy data model to neutros...

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Interval Neutrosophic Sets and Logic : Theory and Applications in Computing

By: Florentin Smarandache; Haibin Wang

...trosophic inference system can be applied to decision making. Chapter 3 gives one application of interval neutrosophic sets and logic in the field of relational databases. Neutrosophic data model is the generalization of fuzzy data model and paraconsistent data model. Here, we generalize various set-theoretic and relation-theoretic operations of fuzzy data model to neutros...

... Interval Neutrosophic Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 2.5 Conclusions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 3 Neutrosophic Relational Data Model 39 3.1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 3.2 Fuzzy Relations and Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 3.2.1 Set-theoretic operations on Fuzzy relatio...

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Fuzzy Cognitive Maps and Neutrosophic Cognitive Maps

By: W. B. Vasantha Kandasamy and Florentin Smarandache

...picture on the cover is a neutrosophic directed graph of the Neutrosophic Relational Map exhibiting the relations between the concepts of Women Empo... ...5 Chapter One BASIC CONCEPTS ABOUT FUZZY COGNITIVE MAPS AND FUZZY RELATIONAL MAPS 1.1 Definition of Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCMs) 7 1.2 Fuz... ... 26 1.4 Applications of FCMs 63 1.5 Definition and Illustration of Fuzzy Relational Maps (FRMs) 93 1.6 Models illustrating FRM and combined FRMs 96... ...Ms) 93 1.6 Models illustrating FRM and combined FRMs 96 1.7 Linked Fuzzy Relational Maps 118 Chapter Two ON NEUTROSOPHIC COGNITIVE MAPS AND NE... ...aps 118 Chapter Two ON NEUTROSOPHIC COGNITIVE MAPS AND NEUTROSOPHIC RELATIONAL MAPS – PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS 2.1 An introduction to neu... ...emantic. In contrast data mining derives patterns from structural data in database. An extensive study in this direction is made by [63], and it ...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...... ... automatically or periodically updated content, ,multimedia capabilities, database, Favourites and History Maintenance (records of reading habits, s... ...tions are not easily answered. Consider reports generated by users from a database. Are these reports copyrighted - and if so, by whom - by the da... ...Analysis") which creates a "digital fingerprint" of every document in its database. Web crawlers are then unleashed to scour the Internet and find d... ... automatically or periodically updated content, ,multimedia capabilities, database, Favourites and History Maintenance (records of reading habits, s... ... strings of symbols ("Hilton"). These meta-tags (arranged in semantic and relational "ontologies" - lists of metatags, their meanings and how they re... ... strings of symbols ("Hilton"). These meta-tags (arranged in semantic and relational "ontologies" - lists of metatags, their meanings and how they r...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

... than static tables of numbers generated through the use of calculators, and relational databases put index cards and more sophisticated paper-based fi... ...c tables of numbers generated through the use of calculators, and relational databases put index cards and more sophisticated paper-based filing system... ...e quickly thanks to always-on broadband and boasting ever more comprehensive databases of viruses. Antivirus software is increasingly being bundled wi... ...s of application attacks as Web sites increasingly link Web pages to company databases. See Bee Ware, The Risk of Application Attacks Securing Web App... ... ponents including administration tools, commercial quality spellchecker and relational database.” OpenOffice.org, http://www.sun.com/software/star/open... ...cluding administration tools, commercial quality spellchecker and relational database.” OpenOffice.org, http://www.sun.com/software/star/openoffice/index.... ...ich contains links to British and Irish law-related material; AsianLII, with databases covering twenty- seven Asian countries and territories; and Wor...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

... from data (i.e., from amino acids and other life substances). In early computing, databases were handled on a "listing" basis ("flat file"), were ... ...("flat file"), were serial, and had no intrinsic relationship to one another. Early databases constituted a sort of substrate, ready to be acted upo... ... run) were functions able to operate on structures. This phase was followed by the "relational" organization of data (a primitive example of which i... ...egories", or "the collective unconscious". Computers and their programming evolve. Relational databases cannot be integrated with object oriented o... ... "the collective unconscious". Computers and their programming evolve. Relational databases cannot be integrated with object oriented ones, for in... ...lutely irrelevant and inconsequential data. Moreover, these laboriously accumulated databases vanish instantaneously with death. The organism is aki... ...ds, or to strings of symbols ("Hilton"). These meta-tags (arranged in semantic and relational "ontologies" - lists of metatags, their meanings and ... ...o it, whether true or false, valid or invalid, sound or unsound - it is objective. Relational Sentences pertaining or relating to relations betwee... ... objects (a meta level which incorporates the objective). Certain performatives are relational (scroll below for more). Software is relational - an...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

... from data (i.e., from amino acids and other life substances). In early computing, databases were handled on a "listing" basis ("flat file"), were ... ...("flat file"), were serial, and had no intrinsic relationship to one another. Early databases constituted a sort of substrate, ready to be acted upo... ... run) were functions able to operate on structures. This phase was followed by the "relational" organization of data (a primitive example of which i... ...egories", or "the collective unconscious". Computers and their programming evolve. Relational databases cannot be integrated with object oriented o... ... "the collective unconscious". Computers and their programming evolve. Relational databases cannot be integrated with object oriented ones, for in... ...lutely irrelevant and inconsequential data. Moreover, these laboriously accumulated databases vanish instantaneously with death. The organism is aki... ...ds, or to strings of symbols ("Hilton"). These meta-tags (arranged in semantic and relational "ontologies" - lists of metatags, their meanings and ... ...o it, whether true or false, valid or invalid, sound or unsound - it is objective. Relational Sentences pertaining or relating to relations betwee... ... objects (a meta level which incorporates the objective). Certain performatives are relational (scroll below for more). Software is relational - an...

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The Conundrums of Psychology

By: Sam Vaknin

... from data (i.e., from amino acids and other life substances). In early computing, databases were handled on a "listing" basis ("flat file"), were ... ...("flat file"), were serial, and had no intrinsic relationship to one another. Early databases constituted a sort of substrate, ready to be acted upo... ... run) were functions able to operate on structures. This phase was followed by the "relational" organization of data (a primitive example of which i... ...egories", or "the collective unconscious". Computers and their programming evolve. Relational databases cannot be integrated with object oriented o... ... "the collective unconscious". Computers and their programming evolve. Relational databases cannot be integrated with object oriented ones, for in...

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