By Grigoris Antoniou, Antonis Bikakis, Constantinos Papatheodorou (auth.), Barbara Catania, Mirjana Ivanović, Bernhard Thalheim (eds.)
This quantity comprises the easiest papers offered on the 14th East-European C- ference on Advances in Databases and data structures (ADBIS 2010), held in the course of September 20-24, 2010, in Novi unhappy, Serbia. ADBIS 2010 persevered the ADBIS sequence held in St. Petersburg (1997), Poznan (1998), Maribor (1999), Prague (2000), Vilnius (2001), Bratislava (2002), Dresden (2003), Budapest (2004), Tallinn (2005), Thessaloniki (2006), Varna (2007), Pori (2008), and Riga (2009). the most aim of the ADBIS sequence of meetings is to supply a discussion board for the dissemination of analysis acc- plishments and to advertise interplay and collaboration among the database and data structures examine groups from primary and East eu international locations and the remainder of the realm. The ADBIS meetings offer an inter- tional platform for the presentation of study on database concept, improvement of complex DBMS applied sciences, and their complicated purposes. ADBIS 2010 spans a large region of pursuits, masking all significant elements relating to concept and purposes of database expertise and knowledge platforms. di?erent submission strains have been thought of for ADBIS 2010, one in the vintage tune and one other one inside of a different tune agency. ADBIS comprised ?ve tracks: 1. Conceptual Modeling in structures Engineering (CMSE) 2. information Mining and knowledge Extraction (DMIE) three. enterprise procedures in E-Commerce structures (e-commerce) four. own Identi?able details: privateness, Ethics, and safety (PIIPES) 5.
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