Managing inconsistent repositories via prioritized repairs

@inproceedings{Scheffczyk2004ManagingIR,
  title={Managing inconsistent repositories via prioritized repairs},
  author={Jan Scheffczyk and Peter R{\"o}dig and Uwe M. Borghoff and Lothar Schmitz},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on Document Engineering},
  year={2004}
}
Whenever a group of authors collaboratively edits interrelated documents semantic consistency is a major goal. Current document management systems (DMS) lack adequate consistency management facilities. We propose liberal use of formal consistency rules which permits inconsistencies. In this paper we focus on deriving repairs for inconsistencies. Our major contributions are: (1) deriving (common) repairs for multiple rules (2) resolving conflicts between repairs (3)prioritizing repairs and (4… CONTINUE READING

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