3. DOOD 1993: Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Deductive databases and object-oriented databases are at the forefront of research in the next generation intelligent database systems. Recently research has focused on integrating the object-oriented paradigm and rule-based deduction to provide a single powerful framework for intelligent database systems. The primary objective of DOOD'93 is to provide a common forum of technical discussions between researchers/developers of deductive databases and object-oriented databases, thereby accelerating the integration of the technical outputs of these two areas. This continues the direction established by the two very successful DOOD conferences held in 1989 in Kyoto, Japan, and in 1991 in Munich, Germany.
- Allen Van Gelder: Foundations of Aggregation in Deductive Databases. 13-34
- Kotagiri Ramamohanarao: An Implementation Overview of the Aditi Deductive Database System. 184-203
- Rainer Manthey: Beyond Data Dictionaries: Towards a Reflective Architecture of Intelligent Database Systems. 328-339