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Web-Powered Databasesby John Wenny Wang
Synopses & Reviews
Providing a snapshot of current methods and development activities in the area of Internet databases, this book supplies answers to many questions that have been raised regarding database access through the web. Provided are a number of case studies of successful web database applications, including multiple-choice assessment through the web, an online pay claim, a product catalog, and content management and dynamic web pages. Also covered are querying and mining of web data and issues such as gaining physical/low-level access to web-powered databases and heterogeneous web databases.
Book News Annotation:
Taniar (business systems, Monash University, Australia) and Rahayu (La Trobe University, Australia) present the latest research findings and best practices for Web-based database technologies. They examine the theory of query design, the architecture of a Web-based database, and security considerations. Case studies and tutorials help designers, students, teachers, and researchers understand questions surrounding these emerging technologies. Annotation (c)2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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.
About the Author
David Taniar received a Ph.D. in computer science from Victoria University. He is a senior lecturer at the school of business systems at Monash University and a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturers, and Commerce. Johanna Wenny Rahayu received a Ph.D. in computer science from La Trobe University and is the winner of the 2001 Computer Science Association of Australia's award for the best Ph.D. thesis. She is currently a senior lecturer at La Trobe University.
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