Generating data integration mediators that use materialization

@article{Zhou2004GeneratingDI,
  title={Generating data integration mediators that use materialization},
  author={G. Zhou and R. Hull and R. King},
  journal={Journal of Intelligent Information Systems},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={199-221}
}
  • G. Zhou, R. Hull, R. King
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Intelligent Information Systems
  • This paper presents a framework for data integration that is based on using “Squirrel integration mediators” that use materialization to support integrated views over multiple databases. These mediators generalize techniques from active databases to provide incremental propagation of updates to the materialized views. A framework based on “View Decomposition Plans” for optimizing the support of materialized integrated views is introduced. The paper describes the Squirrel mediator generator… CONTINUE READING

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