By John P. Lee, Georges G. Grinstein
This quantity provides the lawsuits of the overseas Workshop on Database concerns for facts Visualization, held along side the IEEE Visualization '93 convention in San Jose, California in October 1993.
The publication includes thirteen technical contributions geared up in sections on datamodels; method integration concerns; and interplay, person interfaces, and presentation concerns. furthermore there are 3 introductory part surveys and an total workshop description summarizing the full occasion. In overall, the reader is gifted with a completely refereed and thoroughly edited cutting-edge document at the scorching interdisciplinary subject of database matters and knowledge visualization.
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For query optimization), but it is difficult to apply similar analyses to purely functional specifications of data. 2 Structural Data Models The physical and implementation levels address issues that should not be visible to scientists using a system, and purely behavioral data models are rare. Thus we focus on the structural level. At this level a data model needs to address the following issues: 39 1. The types of primitive data values occurring in data objects. A primitive type defines a set of primitive values.