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Graphical Models: Methods for Data Analysis and Mining
[Christian Borgelt, Rudolf Kruse; 2002-05-13] ISBN 0470843373
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Building the Data Warehouse (3rd Edition)
[William H. Inmon; 2002-03-15] ISBN 0471081302
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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Databases
[John V. Petersen; 2002-03-05] ISBN 078972569X
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Modern Database Management (6th Edition)
[Jeffrey A. Hoffer, et al; 2002-01-15] ISBN 0130339695
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Introduction to Constraint Databases
[Peter Revesz, Perter Revesz; 2002-01-15] ISBN 0387987290
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Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design and Implementation (8th Edition)
[David M. Kroenke; 2002-01-15] ISBN 0130648396
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Database Systems Design, Implementation, and Management
[Peter Rob, Carlos Coronel; 2001-12-17] ISBN 061906269X
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Configuring and Tuning Databases on the Solaris Platform
[Allan N. Packer, Sun Microsystems Press; 2001-12-15] ISBN 0130834173
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Crystal Reports: A Beginner's Guide
[David G. McAmis; 2001-12-03] ISBN 0072193263
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Common Warehouse Metamodel: An Introduction to the Standard for Data Warehouse Integration
[John Poole (Editor), et al; 2001-11-15] ISBN 0471200522
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Crystal Reports 8.5: The Complete Reference
[George Peck, et al; 2001-10-26] ISBN 0072193271
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Database Systems: The Complete Book
[Hector Garcia-Molina, et al; 2001-10] ISBN 0130319953
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Jump*Start Crystal Reports Level III: VB and Web Integration for Crystal
[Howard, Dr Hammerman, et al; 2001-09-06] ISBN 0970535449
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Jump*Start Crystal Reports Version 8/8.5 Level 2: Becoming Proficient
[Howard, Dr Hammerman, Dr. Howard Hammerman; 2001-09-06] ISBN 0970535430
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An Introduction to Database Systems/E-book (7th Edition)
[C. J. Date; 2001-09-05] ISBN 0201787229
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Data Management: Databases and Organizations, 3rd Edition
[Richard T. Watson; 2001-08-15] ISBN 0471418455
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Principles of Data Mining
[Heikki Mannila, et al; 2001-08] ISBN 026208290X
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Database Systems: A Practical Approach to Design, Implementation, and Management (3rd Edition)
[Thomas M. Connolly, et al; 2001-08] ISBN 0201708574
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Uml for Database Design (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series)
[Eric J. Naiburg, Robert A. Maksimchuk; 2001-07-24] ISBN 0201721635
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Data Mining for the Corporate Masses? ( NealLeavitt ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2002-05)

Long-Term Data Preservation Efforts Ramping Up ( Greg Goth ; IEEE Software Magazine 2002-03)

Designing Data Warehouses with OO Conceptual Models ( JuanTrujillo, ManuelPalomar, JaimeGomez, Il-YeolSong ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-12)

Seven Steps to Optimizing Data Warehouse Performance ( RobArmstrong ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-12)

Multidimensional Database Technology ( Torben BachPedersen, Christian S.Jensen ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-12)

Managing Government Databases ( Athman Bouguettaya, Mourad Ouzzani, Brahim Medjahed, Jerry Cameron ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-02)

- Indiana's digital government project is using Web-based techniques to organize and retrieve data to help disadvantaged citizens receive benefits, job training, and placement.

Selecting and Implementing an Embedded Database System ( Michael A. Olson ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2000-09)

- Although embedded systems share many characteristics with their desktop and server counterparts, the unique advantages, limitations, and requirements of the applications they run demand a careful selection process and tailored implementation.

Whatever Happened to Object-Oriented Databases? ( Neal Leavitt ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2000-08)

Embedded Databases Come out of Hiding ( Sixto Ortiz ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2000-03)

Misconceptions About Real-Time Databases ( John A. Stankovic, Sang Hyuk Son, Jorgen Hansson ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1999-06)

- Some database users think "real-time" databases just need to be fast and that conventional databases are adequate for real-time applications. Real-time database designers don't agree.

An OO Database Migrates to the Web ( Maria A. Cobb, Harold Foley, Ruth Wilson, Miyi Chung, Kevin B. Shaw ; IEEE Software Magazine 1998-05)

- The authors faced the dual challenge of first converting a relational database to the OO paradigm, then migrating it to the Web. Here they describe the procedures and technologies they used.

Changing Database Market Hurts Major Vendors ( John Edwards ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1998-03)

Correct Program Slicing of Database Operations ( Hee Beng Kuan Tan, Tok Wang Ling ; IEEE Software Magazine 1998-03)

- Program slicing helps isolate program components during debugging and analysis. Often, however, traditional methods cannot correctly slice programs that involve database operations. The authors propose a method that can.

Adding a Relational Interface to a Nonrelational Database ( Joseph Fong ; IEEE Software Magazine 1996-09)

- As relational databases grow in power and popularity, developers face pressure to convert legacy databases to this newer model. The author proposes a technique for doing so efficiently.

Visualizing the Structure of Large Relational Databases ( Jacqueline M. Antis, Stephen G. Eick, John D. Pyrce ; IEEE Software Magazine 1996-01)

Maintaining Data-Driven Rules in Databases ( Avigdor Gal, Opher Etzion ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1995-01)

- A new model with an invariant-based language effectively handles data-driven rules in databases and uses the semantic properties of these rules to meet high-level language requirements.

Object-Oriented Database Management Systems: Evolution and Performance Issues ( A.R. Hurson, Simin H. Pakzad, Jia-bing Cheng ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1993-02)

- Several research prototypes and commercial object-oriented database management systems (DBMSs) that emphasize the representation and manipulation of complex objects are reviewed. It is argued that clustering and buffering schemes tailored to typical complex object operations offer the best near-term means of improving the performance of databases and that research in clustering and buffering should address recent advances in disk technology: optical and parallel disks. The object-oriented DBMSs reviewed are Orion, Iris, GemStone, Encore, Ontos, Versant, and ObjectStore.

A Taxonomy and Current Issues in Multidatabase Systems ( M.W. Bright, A.R. Hurson, Simin H. Pakzad ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1992-03)

- A taxonomy of global information-sharing systems is presented, and the way in which multidatabase systems fit into the spectrum of solutions is discussed. The taxonomy is used as a basis for defining multidatabase systems. Issues associated with multidatabase systems are reviewed. Two major design approaches for multidatabases, global schema systems and multidatabase language systems, are described. Existing multidatabase projects and areas for further research are also discussed.

Architecture of an Open Object-Oriented Database Management System ( David L. Wells, Josť A. Blakeley, Craig W. Thompson ; IEEE Computer Magazine 1992-010)

- The architecture of the open object-oriented database (OODB) management system, its requirements, and its computational model, which builds database functionality as an extensible collection of transparent extensions to existing programming languages, are described. The way in which open OODB's system architecture is decomposed into a kernal meta-architecture and a collection of modules implementing specific behavioral extensions is discussed. The potential risks of the open OODB architecture are reviewed.

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Questions and Answers: Showing

With XML, is the Time Right for Hierarchical DBs? [2001/11/15]

At Ask Slashdot

Are There Large RDBMS Using Linux? [2001/11/02]

At Ask Slashdot

Open Source OLAP Solutions? [2001/10/21]

At Ask Slashdot

Tuning Linux for Databases? [ 2000/08/29]

At Ask Slashdot

Prior Art to Squash Database Patent? [ 2000/08/28]

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30+ GB Databases On Unix? [ 2000/07/26]

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Relational Database Patterns? [ 2000/07/26]

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Is there An Enterprise-Level Open Source RDBMS? [ 2000/03/27]

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Questions about Database Implementation. [ 2000/01/22]

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Linux Databases with Huge Tables? [ 1999/10/12]

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Serving Graphics to Website from a Database? [ 1999/08/28]

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Pure Object Databases in Linux? [ 1999/05/06]

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GT.M High end database + MUMPS compiler - GT.M[tm] is a vetted, industrial strength, transaction processing application platform consisting of a database engine optimized for high TP throughput and a compiler for the M (aka MUMPS) programming language. GT.M is open-souce freeware on x86/Linux {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

Quantum Database Utility {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

Hyperschema Database Mapper - Creates really cool and useful hypermaps from SQL database schema, consists of a small PL/SQL metadata extractor and a C postprocessor file. {oss}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

gnomedb-0.2.96 - Provide uniform access to data sources for the GNOME environment

At FreeBSD Ports

libgda-0.2.96 - Provides uniform access to different kinds of data sources

At FreeBSD Ports

ruby-dbd_proxy-0.0.13 - Proxy/Server driver for DBI-for-Ruby

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-DBIWrapper-0.16 - Perl extension for generic DBI database access

At FreeBSD Ports

dbconnect-0.2.0 - Use C++ object API to allow applications to connect to databases

At FreeBSD Ports

ruby-rdbc1-001103 - Ruby Database Connectivity

At FreeBSD Ports

rrdtool-1.0.33 - Round Robin Database Tools

At FreeBSD Ports
rrdtool-1.0.25.tgz - system to store and display time-series data (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
rrdtool-1.0.25-tcl.tgz - system to store and display time-series data (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
rrdtool-1.0.25-tcl.tgz - system to store and display time-series data (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)
rrdtool-1.0.25.tgz - system to store and display time-series data (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)
rrdtool-1.0.28 - Data analysis tool generating graphical representations (At NetBSD packages collection)

jdbcpool-0.94 - JDBC connection pool

At FreeBSD Ports

libdbi-0.6.2 - Database Independent Abstraction Layer for C

At FreeBSD Ports

libudbc-4.1 - Openlink UDBC SDK

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-GraphViz-DBI-0.01 - GraphViz::DBI - graph database tables and relations

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-POE-Component-DBIAgent-0.11 - POE Component for running asynchronous DBI calls

At FreeBSD Ports

jlook - Journal lookup-program with database {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at UUNET

reldb - Relational database and graphing tools {oss}

At comp.sources.unix at ISC
Relational database tools (At comp.sources.unix at UUNET)

jvSQL - A java application that makes database modulation easy! {OpenSource}

Crystal Reports 8.5 Standard

NuSphere Pro Advantage

R&R SQL Edition Version 9.0 five user

Crystal Reports 8.5 Pro

Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition

Formtool Deluxe

Formulator - Forms Software

OmniForm 5.0

DBedit - A system for integrating development web database applications

db4o - database for objects - db4o - database for objects - is a Java object database. Features: automatic object recognition, query-by-example interface, navigation, JDBC interface, free edition for non-commercial use, micro-edition < 60k [Java] {nc}

OmniForm Filler 5

Crystal Reports 8.5 Pro Upgrade

Builder Deluxe 1.7

Portfolio 5.0 SQL Connect

Crystal Reports 8.5 Pro French

Seagate Crystal Reports 8 Developer Edition Upgrade Spanish (5-user)

Microsoft Data Analyzer 2002

Seagate Crystal Reports 8 Professional Spanish (5-user)

Seagate Crystal Reports 8.0 Web Server Spanish (10-named User License)

Seagate Crystal Report 8.0 Web Server Spanish (10-user License with Sub)

Crystal Reports 8.5 Reporting Essentials CBT CD

Seagate Crystal Reports 8 Developer Edtion Spanish Version (5-user)

Seagate Crystal Reports 8 Developer Edition Spanish (5-user)

jBase - Application Development and Database Independent Management System {free to use but restricted}

(Info at freshmeat)

Crystal Reports 8.5 Pro Upgrade French

Crystal Reports 8.5 Pro Upgrade French (5-user)

Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition French

Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition Upgrade French

Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition French (5-user)

Crystal Reports 8.5 Developer Edition with Maintenance (5-user)

DB2 Universal Database Personal Edition 7.1 Upgrade from 5.0 or 6.0 English Program Pack

Borland Delphi 6 Enterprise New User

Crystal Reports 8.5 Pro French (5-user)

Borland Delphi 6 Enterprise Upgrade

eCubes - Cube Building Service

Interbase 5.5 Server For Sun

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libsdb-0.2.2 - Simple database library

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-DBIx-Recordset-0.24 - Perl module for abstraction and simplification of database access

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-Tie-DBI-0.91 - Perl module implementing Tie hash to a DBI handle

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-DBIx-DataSource-0.02 - Database-independent create and drop functions

At FreeBSD Ports
create and drop functions for databases (At NetBSD packages collection)

p5-DBIx-AnyDBD-2.00 - DBD independant class

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-AsciiDB-TagFile-1.06 - Perl tie class for a simple ASCII database

At FreeBSD Ports
p5-AsciiDB-TagFile-1.05.tgz - tie class for a simple ASCII database (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
p5-AsciiDB-TagFile-1.05.tgz - tie class for a simple ASCII database (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)

p5-DBI-1.21 - The perl5 Database Interface. Required for DBD::* modules

At FreeBSD Ports
p5-DBI-1.13.tgz - perl5 Database Interface, required for DBD::* modules (At OpenBSD 2.7_packages i386)
p5-DBI-1.14.tgz - perl5 Database Interface, required for DBD::* modules (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
p5-DBI-1.13.tgz - perl5 Database Interface, required for DBD::* modules (At OpenBSD 2.7_packages sparc)
p5-DBI-1.14.tgz - perl5 Database Interface, required for DBD::* modules (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages sparc)
p5-DBI-1.15 - the database-independent Perl database access API (At NetBSD packages collection)
DBI - The Database Interface. The Perl DBI initiative has standardized the interface to a number of commercial database engines, so that you can move from, say, Oracle to Sybase with a minimum of effort. You'll find DBD::DB2, DBD::Informix, DBD::Oracle (At CPAN)

SDBM_File - SDBM is a Simple Database Manager bundled with Perl. There are other, better database managers, but if you're designing a script for portability, SDBM makes you happy because you know that if the user has Perl, he's got SDBM too. SDBM_File, the mo


Wais - Access to the freeWais-sf libraries. Wais (Wide Area Information Server) is a service/protocol for storing large text databases for speedy retrieval. [Perl] {oss}


AnyDBM_File - If you want to use a database manager, such as NDBM, Berkeley DB, ODBM, GDBM, or the SDBM supplied with Perl, you'll need this module. It's bundled with Perl.


Metakit for Python - Cross-platform, highly dynamic database library {free for non-commercial use}

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(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/database/ - databases engines and tools You'll find special-purpose database applications for contact management in the apps/reminders directory.

(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/database/proprietary/ - tools to use or convert proprietary database formats

(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/apps/database/relational/ - experimental RDBMs based on non-SQL query languages

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(Metalab at UNC) /pub/linux/X11/kde-apps/database/ - relational and flat-file database software for kde

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