4. VLDB 1978: West Berlin, Germany
S. Bing Yao
(Ed.): Fourth International Conference on Very Large Data Bases, September 13-15, 1978, West Berlin, Germany.
IEEE Computer Society 1978
(Additional material from the Survey Sessions is published in a Postconference Proceedings
: Data Base Design in Theory and Practice.
John Miles Smith
: Comments on the paper "Data Base Design in Theory and Practice" by Bo Sundgren.
: Comments on the Paper "Data Base Design in Theory and Practice".
Data Base Software Engineering
Raymond T. Yeh
: Data Base and Software Engineering - A Design Viewpoint.
: A Software Engineering View of Data Base Systems.
Data Base Security and Privacy
Impact of New Technologies
David K. Hsiao
: An Opening Statement for the Session in Impact of New Technologies.
Data Base Theory and Modeling
: Data Base Theory and Modeling - Theoretical and Practical Aspects.
What End-User Facilities do we Need?
Implementing a Three-Schema DBMS Framework
John L. Berg
: Implementing a Three Schema DBMS Framework.
: On Relating the CODASYL Database Languages and the ANSI/SPARC Framework.
Efficient Organization of Internal DBMS Structure
What is a "Good" Semantic or Meta Model?
: What is a "Good" Semantic or Meta Model?
What is the Use of Abstract Data Types?
Data Base Applications in Humanities
Data Base research Projects and Funding
I. R. Palmer
: Record Subtype Facilities in Database Systems.
Semantics and Modeling II
: On Bubble Memories and Relational Data Base.
Interfaces and Architecture
: A Review of the 1978 CODASYL Database Specifications.
: An Alternative Structure for Data Base Management Systems.
Reality, User Requirements and Local Database Design
P. J. Mason
: A DBMS Architecture to Support Information Analysis (Abstract).
, Colette Rolland
: Concepts for Design of an Information System Conceptual Schema and its Utilization in the REMORA Project.
: Mutual Dependencies and Some Results on Undecomposable Relations.
High Level User Interfaces
Ronald M. Lee
: Conversational Aspects of Database Interactions.
: The Simplification of Retrieval Requests Generated by Question-Answering Systems.
Distributed Data Base Systems
Physical Design Techniques I
: A Survey of Physical Database Design Methodology and Techniques.
Physical Design Techniques II
: Application of Sparse Matrix Techniques to Search, Retrieval, Classification and Relationship Analysis in Large Data Base Systems - SPARCOM.
: Virtual Hashing: A Dynamically Changing Hashing.
Equivalence and Transformation