By Moshe Y. Vardi (auth.), Thomas Eiter, Leonid Libkin (eds.)
This quantity collects the papers offered on the tenth overseas convention on Database concept, ICDT 2005, held in the course of January 5–7, 2005, in Edinburgh, united kingdom. ICDT (http://alpha.luc.ac.be/~lucp1080/icdt/) has now an extended tra- tion of overseas meetings, delivering a biennial scienti?c discussion board for the verbal exchange of high quality and leading edge learn effects on theoretical - pects of all varieties of database platforms and database know-how. The convention often occurs in Europe, and has been held in Rome (1986), Bruges (1988), Paris (1990), Berlin (1992), Prague (1995), Delphi (1997), Jerusalem (1999), London (2001), and Siena (2003) to date. ICDT has merged with the Sym- sium on Mathematical basics of Database structures (MFDBS), initiated in Dresden in 1987, and persisted in Visegrad in 1989 and Rostock in 1991. ICDT had a two-stage submission method. First, 103 abstracts have been subm- ted, which have been every week later via eighty four paper submissions. From those eighty four submissions, the ICDT software Committee chosen 24 papers for presentation on the convention. each one of these papers have been “extended abstracts” and preli- nary studies on paintings in growth. it truly is expected that the majority of those papers will look in a extra polished shape in scienti?c journals.
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