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20. S. Thomas, S. Sarawagi “Mining Generalized Association Rules and Sequential Patterns Using SQL Queries” ‘In Proc. of Int. Conf. on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, March 1998. 21. T. Yan, M. Jacobsen, H. Garcia-Molina, U. Dayal. “From user access patterns to dynamic hypertext linking” In Proc. of WWW5, May 1996. Data Providers — A Language Experiment John L. Pfaltz Dept. of Computer Science Univ. edu A persistent myth is that database systems must be data storage systems. Most are. The relational model of data [9,21], with its emphasis on tuples and tables, perpetuates this myth.
1 Current State-of-the-Art Solutions Presently, the solutions attempting to address these interoperability problems range from low-level sockets and messaging techniques to more sophisticated middleware technology like object resource brokers (CORBA, DCOM). Middleware technology uses higher abstraction than messaging, and can simplify the construction of interoperable applications. It provides a bridge between the service provider and S. ): DNIS 2000, LNCS 1966, pp. 45–64, 2000. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2000 46 N.
For example, relational database systems , when they were introduced, were very much slower than the hierarchical  and network based  systems they replaced. The dominance of SQL and the relational model arose from the fact that such a wide variety of data conﬁgurations could be embraced by such a simple formal model, and then accessed by a syntactically simple language. To provide a uniﬁed model and a relatively simple language that enables database systems to become multifaceted data providers is still a worthwhile quest.
11th Conference of the International Federation of Classification Societies