Web Data Management
by Serge Abiteboul, et al.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2011
Number of pages: 440
The book aims to provide a consistent material to describe the structure of information found on the Web, and to explain how this information can be efficiently represented, described and accessed. The primary audience are students interested in data management issues, and teachers who want to set-up a course on Web Data Modeling and large-scale data management in distributed and heterogeneous environments.
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