Web-Powered Databases

Web-Powered Databases

Johanna Wenny Rahayu (La Trobe University, Australia) and David Taniar (Monash University, Australia)
Release Date: July, 2002|Copyright: © 2003 |Pages: 356
ISBN13: 9781591400356|ISBN10: 159140035X|EISBN13: 9781591400929|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-035-6

Description

Web-Powered Databases provides an excellent snapshot of current research and development activities in the area of Web or Internet databases. Its content supplies potential answers to many questions that have been raised regarding database accesses through the Web. The book also provides a number of case studies of successful Web database applications, including multiple-choice assessment through the Web, an online pay claim, a product catalogue, and content management and dynamic Web pages.

Reviews and Testimonials

This book describes the state-of-art technologies in building web-powered databases being written by pioneer researchers in the field. Readers can understand various fundamental issues including querying logic, [content] management, low-level programming, cache management, heterogeneous and distributed systems, and security policies. The authors present case studies to demonstrate the use of web-database in applications such as web mining, tutor payment system, product catalogue, and online tests. Using these case studies as template, readers can quickly create their own web-powered database applications. This book is a must read for web database designers and researchers.

– Philip Tse, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, the University of Hong Kong.

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Johanna Wenny Rahayu is currently an associate professor at the department of computer science and computer engineering La Trobe University, Australia. Her major research is in the area of object-relational databases, web databases and semantic web. She has published more than 70 papers appeared in international journals and conference proceedings. She has edited three books, which form a series in web applications, covering web databases, web information systems and web semantics. Currently, she is involved in a number of large projects in software development in collaboration with several industry partners in Australia.
David Taniar received his PhD in Databases from Victoria University (Australia, 1997) and is now a Senior Lecturer at Monash University (Australia). He has published more than 100 research articles and edited a number of books in the Web technology series. He is on the editorial board of a number of international journals, including Data Warehousing and Mining, Business Intelligence and Data Mining, Mobile Information Systems, Mobile Multimedia, Web Information Systems, and Web and Grid Services. He has been elected as a Fellow of the Institute for Management of Information Systems (UK).