Dealing with Inconsistency and Incompleteness in Data Integration

... processing, but they are not replicated in the integration system. The materialized approach to data integration is the most closely related to Data Warehousing [99, 55, 148, 34, 100]. In this context, data integration activities are relevant for the initial loading and for the refreshing of the War ...

... processing, but they are not replicated in the integration system. The materialized approach to data integration is the most closely related to Data Warehousing [99, 55, 148, 34, 100]. In this context, data integration activities are relevant for the initial loading and for the refreshing of the War ...

A Sparse Solver for Transport Problems running on GPUs

... Inverting sparse system not feasible In our case: also not neccessary ...

... Inverting sparse system not feasible In our case: also not neccessary ...

Weighted Automata

... Weighted graphs and automata offer a unifying framework for treating problems or modeling systems with the same structural properties. Consider the following problems, which all share a common structure: 1. computing the language of/a regular expression for a given NFA, 2. finding shortest paths bet ...

... Weighted graphs and automata offer a unifying framework for treating problems or modeling systems with the same structural properties. Consider the following problems, which all share a common structure: 1. computing the language of/a regular expression for a given NFA, 2. finding shortest paths bet ...

A brief history - School of Information Technologies

... CIO: “I don’t think we have used any of the other results. They are certainly interesting, but ...” ...

... CIO: “I don’t think we have used any of the other results. They are certainly interesting, but ...” ...

All Soviet Union Math Competitions

... edge to c. c is not already on the path, because otherwise the edge would join b to itself. Now suppose we have reached a point x not previously on the path. x has at least two edges, so it must have another one besides the one we used to reach it. Suppose this joins x to y. If y is already on the p ...

... edge to c. c is not already on the path, because otherwise the edge would join b to itself. Now suppose we have reached a point x not previously on the path. x has at least two edges, so it must have another one besides the one we used to reach it. Suppose this joins x to y. If y is already on the p ...