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By Gabor Maygar, Gabor Knapp, Wita Wojtkowski, Gregory Wojtkowski, Jože Zupancic

This quantity incorporates the complaints of the fifteenth foreign convention on info structures improvement (ISD). ISD progresses speedily, regularly growing new demanding situations. growth in ISD comes from study in addition to from perform. the purpose of the convention is to supply a world discussion board for the trade of rules and stories among academia and undefined, and to stimulate exploration of latest solutions.

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6. Formal transformation of graphs It is necessary to investigate a sub-set of models of the 2HMD as graphs in order to be able to apply the graph theory. 7 - G1 (P’, U’) corresponds to the system functioning model, where P’= {Pe’, P1’, P2’, P3’, P4’, P5’} is the set of system business functions, and U’= {A’, B’, C’, D’, E’, F’, G’} is the set of information flows among the processes. The process Pe’ is an external process. The following graph G2 (U, P) that corresponds to the transitional auxiliary model consists of the same sets, but therein the set of processes is the set of arcs, and the set of information flows is the set of nodes.

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For instance, identification and resolution of inconsistent specifications during view integration in conceptual DB design [4, 5, 6] are two research areas. However, in the DB research area, inconsistencies are instead called conflicts [20, 23]. Identification and resolution of inconsistent specifications [19] in software development [22] is another research area that deals with the inconsistency problem. Nevertheless, starting from the end users perspectives and defining smaller schemata, user views, of a DB and IS is important because these preserve and highlight differences between the end users views of the organization while a global schema may instead mask these [24].

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