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- Catriel Beeri, Ronald Fagin, David Maier, Mihalis Yannakakis
- J. ACM
- 1983

A class of database schemes, called acychc, was recently introduced. It is shown that this class has a number of desirable properties. In particular, several desirable properties that have been studied by other researchers m very different terms are all shown to be eqmvalent to acydicity. In addition, several equivalent charactenzauons of the class m terms… (More)

- Catriel Beeri, Raghu Ramakrishnan
- J. Log. Program.
- 1987

This paper considers the efficient evaluation of recursive queries expressed using Horn Clauses. We define <italic>sideways information passing</italic> formally and show how a query evaluation algorithm may be defined in terms of sideways information passing and control. We then consider a class of information passing strategies which suffices to describe… (More)

- Catriel Beeri, Ronald Fagin, John H. Howard
- SIGMOD Conference
- 1977

We investigate the inference rules that can be applied to functional and multivalued dependencies that exist in a database relation. Three types of rules are discussed. First, we list the well known rules for functional dependencies. Then we investigate the rules for multivalued dependencies. It is shown that for each rule for functional dependencies the… (More)

- Catriel Beeri, Moshe Y. Vardi
- J. ACM
- 1984

A class of dependencies, tuple and equality generating dependencies, is defined, and the chase process is generalized to deal with these dependenetes. For total dependencies the chase is an exponential ttme decision procedure for the implication problem, and in some restricted cases it can be modified to run m polynomial Ume. For nontotal dependencies the… (More)

- Catriel Beeri
- DOOD
- 1989

3 This article summarizes mathematical formalisms used to describe object and object-oriented databases. Different approaches were used to describe object databases, object database models respectively. We focus on algebraic approaches including graphs, monoid comprehensions, monads and semi-monads, and applied type theory. Especially we introduce formal… (More)

There is a class of database descriptions, involving one “acyclic” join dependency and a collection of functional dependencies, and nothing else, that appears powerful enough to describe most any real-world body of data in relational database terms. Further, this class has many desirable properties. Some properties make operations like updates… (More)

- Catriel Beeri, Philip A. Bernstein
- ACM Trans. Database Syst.
- 1979

Problems related to functional dependencies and the algorithmic design of relational schemas are examined. Specifically, the following results are presented: (1) a tree model of derivations of functional dependencies from other functional dependencies; (2) a linear-time algorithm to test if a functional dependency is in the closure of a set of functional… (More)

- Serge Abiteboul, Le Chesnay, Cedex France, Catriel Beeri
- 1993

Various models and languages for describing and manipulating hierarchically structured data have been proposed. Algebraic, calculus-based and logic-programming oriented languages have all been considered. This paper presents a general model for complex values (i.e., values with hierarchical structures), and languages for it based on the three paradigms. The… (More)

- Catriel Beeri, Martin Dowd, Ronald Fagin, Richard Statman
- J. ACM
- 1984

19 are valid in a given relation instance R do follow from a given cover F is coN P-complete. Finally, we have analyzed several conditions under which the main problems become polynomially solvable. One relevant problem remains open: given a relation instance R and a cover F of FDs, what is the complexity of deciding whether F R = F + ? This problem is… (More)

- Catriel Beeri, Anat Eyal, Simon Kamenkovich, Tova Milo
- VLDB
- 2006

We present in this paper BP-QL, a novel query language for querying business processes. The BP-QL language is based on an intuitive model of business processes, an abstraction of the emerging BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) standard. It allows users to query business processes visually, in a manner very analogous to how such processes are… (More)