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ENVSOFT
2006

Database architectures: Current trends and their relationships to environmental data management

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Database architectures: Current trends and their relationships to environmental data management
Ever increasing environmental demands from customers, authorities and governmental organizations as well as new business control functions are integrated to environmental management systems (EMSs). With a production of huge data sets and their processing in real-time applications, the needs for environmental data management have grown significantly. Current trends in database development and an associated research meet these challenges. The paper discusses recent advances in database technologies and attempts to highlight them with respect to requirements of EMSs.
Jaroslav Pokorný
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where ENVSOFT
Authors Jaroslav Pokorný
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