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To Appear in ACM SIGMOD Record December 2005 From Databases to Dataspaces
 

Summary: To Appear in ACM SIGMOD Record December 2005
From Databases to Dataspaces:
A New Abstraction for Information Management
Michael Franklin
University of California, Berkeley
Alon Halevy
Google Inc. and U. Washington
David Maier
Portland State University
Abstract
The development of relational database management systems
served to focus the data management community for decades, with
spectacular results. In recent years, however, the rapidly-expanding
demands of "data everywhere" have led to a field comprised of
interesting and productive efforts, but without a central focus or
coordinated agenda. The most acute information management chal-
lenges today stem from organizations (e.g., enterprises, government
agencies, libraries, "smart" homes) relying on a large number of
diverse, interrelated data sources, but having no way to manage
their dataspaces in a convenient, integrated, or principled fashion.

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences