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Effective Databases for Text & Document Management

Effective Databases for Text & Document Management
Author(s)/Editor(s): Shirley Becker (Northern Arizona University, USA)
Copyright: ©2003
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-931777-47-6
ISBN13: 9781931777476
ISBN10: 1931777470
EISBN13: 9781931777636


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Companies and organizations possess a vast amount of data, but in some cases are not able to use the data in an economic and efficient manner. With the increased need for text and document management methods, comes the need to have properly developed systems or databases that house the information properly and effectively. Effective Databases for Text & Document Management attempts to address the information management needs of organizations by providing the most recent research and findings in the discipline.

Reviews and Testimonials

With the growing interests in web-based databases, this book will be a valuable source of information for people in both academic and industry who are interested in understanding the issues/concerns as well as the tools and techniques for the design and implementation of the database applications in the web environment. The flow of information is great in this book. Chapters complement each other very nicely. The issues in the integration of the older technologies including the relational systems with the newer technologies including object-oriented and we-based systems are clearly and concisely presented in this book. One great aspect of a book is its readability. The chapters in this book are very well organized and written with detailed discussion about the subject matters, complemented with examples and analysis of the results.

– M. Mehdi Owrang, American University, D.C.

Author's/Editor's Biography

Shirley Becker (Ed.)
Shirley Becker is a Professor of Computer Information Systems at Northern Arizona University, USA, and the recipient of the Mark Layton Award for Research Excellence. Formerly she was at the Florida Institute of Technology and American University in Washington, D.C. Dr. Becker has published more than 50 articles in the areas of Web usability, Web accessibility, database and Web technologies, software engineering and process management. Dr. Becker is an Associate and Section Editor for the Journal of Database Management and Journal of Informing Science, respectively, and she serves on several editorial review boards. She has received awards to fund research from Texas Instruments, IBM, NSF and NASA JPL.


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