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Travelled to:
1 × Japan
6 × USA
Collaborated with:
G.Wiederhold J.D.Ullman M.R.Genesereth O.M.Duschka R.Jensen S.Agrawal Y.Hara J.E.Allchin T.Barsalou N.Siambela D.L.Spooner J.Salasin D.Heystek
Talks about:
databas (5) view (5) updat (4) translat (2) independ (2) system (2) object (2) relat (2) complementari (1) relationship (1)

Person: Arthur M. Keller

DBLP DBLP: Keller:Arthur_M=

Contributed to:

SIGMOD 19971997
SIGMOD 19931993
HT 19911991
SIGMOD 19911991
VLDB 19861986
PODS 19851985
SIGMOD 19841984
SIGMOD 19801980

Wrote 9 papers:

SIGMOD-1997-GeneserethKD #integration #named
Infomaster: An Information Integration System (MRG, AMK, OMD), pp. 539–542.
SIGMOD-1993-KellerJA #database #object-oriented #persistent #programming #relational
Persistence Software: Bridging Object-Oriented Programming and Relational Databases (AMK, RJ, SA), pp. 523–528.
HT-1991-HaraKW #database #exception #hypermedia #implementation
Implementing Hypertext Database Relationships through Aggregations and Exceptions (YH, AMK, GW), pp. 75–90.
SIGMOD-1991-BarsalouKSW #database #relational
Updating Relational Databases through Object-Based Views (TB, AMK, NS, GW), pp. 248–257.
Choosing a View Update Translator by Dialog at View Definition Time (AMK), pp. 467–474.
VLDB-1986-SpoonerKWSH #ada #component #framework #security
Framework for the Security Component of an Ada DBMS (DLS, AMK, GW, JS, DH), pp. 347–354.
PODS-1985-Keller #algorithm #database
Algorithms for Translating View Updates to Database Updates for Views Involving Selections, Projections, and Joins (AMK), pp. 154–163.
SIGMOD-1984-KellerU #database #independence #on the
On Complementary and Independent Mappings on Databases (AMK, JDU), pp. 143–148.
SIGMOD-1980-AllchinKW #independence #named
FLASH: A Language-Independent, Portable File Access System (JEA, AMK, GW), pp. 151–156.

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