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A Query Processing Model for Mobile Computing using Concept Hierarchies and Summary Databases

@inproceedings{Madria2007AQP,
  title={A Query Processing Model for Mobile Computing using Concept Hierarchies and Summary Databases},
  author={Sanjay Kumar Madria and Mukesh K. Mohania and John F. Roddick},
  year={2007}
}
We present a query-processing model for mobile computing using summary databases (database stored in some predefined condensed form). We use concept hierarchies to generate summary databases from the main database in various ways. Traditional database management systems are correct in that they are able to provide answers to queries that are both sound and complete with respect to the source data. In a mobile environment, it may be advantageous to relax one or other of these criteria to enhance… 
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