M. Joris

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The paper proposes both a general framework and specific techniques for file and database reverse engineering, i.e. recovering its conceptual schema. The framework relies on a process/product model that matches formal as well as empirical design procedures. Based on the analysis of database design processes, two major phases are defined, namely Data(More)
  • J-L Hainaut, C Tonneau, M Joris, M Chandelon
  • 1993
This is an abstract of a revision of the original paper (ER'93 pre-proceedings 2) that presents a DBMS-independent database reverse engineering (DBRE) methodology based on a generic process model and on transformation techniques. DBRE is proposed as a two-phase process consisting in recovering the DBMS-dependent data structures (data structure extraction)(More)
  • Jean-Luc Hainaut, Catherine Tonneau, Michel Joris, Muriel Chandelon, J-L Hainaut, C Tonneau +2 others
  • 1993
The paper presents a DBMS-independent database reverse engineering (DBRE) methodology based on a generic process model and on transformation techniques. DBRE is proposed as a two-phase process consisting in recovering the DBMS-dependent data structures (data structure extraction) then in recovering their semantics (data structure conceptualization). The(More)
  • Auke Wiggers, Frans A Oliehoek, Diederik M Roijers Msc, M Joris, Mooij
  • 2015
Decision-making in competitive games with incomplete information is a field with many promising applications for AI, both in games (e.g. poker) and in real-life settings (e.g. security). The most general game-theoretic framework that can be used model such games is the zero-sum Partially Observable Stochastic Game (zs-POSG). While use of this model enables(More)
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