By Jacques Noyé, Jean-Claude Syre (auth.), Masaru Kitsuregawa, Hidehiko Tanaka (eds.)
This quantity includes the papers offered on the 5th foreign Workshop on Database Machines. The papers disguise a large spectrum of subject matters on Database Machines and data Base Machines. stories of significant initiatives, ECRC, MCC, and ICOT are incorporated. subject matters on DBM conceal new database desktop architectures according to vector processing and hypercube parallel processing, VLSI orientated structure, clear out processor, sorting computing device, concurrency keep an eye on mechanism for DBM, major reminiscence database, interconnection community for DBM, and function assessment. during this workshop even more realization used to be given to wisdom base administration compared to the former 4 workshops. Many papers speak about deductive database processing. Architectures for semantic community, prolog, and construction process have been additionally proposed. we want to precise our deep because of all those that contributed to the good fortune of the workshop. we might additionally prefer to exhibit our apprecia tion for the precious feedback given to us via Prof. D. ok. Hsiao, Prof. D.
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2=[pa(c,C) ,an(C,X) II. 3'1,59) 59 = [I Fig. 3. Execution Examples of RBU Commands 23 implements the OR parallel Horn logic interpreter. This is an example of RBU usage in GRC. The parallel problem solvers and parallel production systems can be built using GRC and RBU. PARALLEL CONTROL METHODS OF RETRIEVAL PROCESSES IN GHC This section consists of three parts. First, it describes three parallel control methods. Each method is considered as parallelism depending on the number of retrieval elements and data division.
In the next example, unification restriction is completed in only one phase. In this case, all the idle retrieval elements can be used. When the retrieval element controller receives several types of commands at the same time, it is important to use the retrieval elements in high efficiency. All of the above items are also controlled by meta-level control. Implementation of Methods in GHC The implementation of each method uses the properties of logic programming, and parallel semantics of GHC and its synchronization mechanism.
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Database Machines and Knowledge Base Machines by Jacques Noyé, Jean-Claude Syre (auth.), Masaru Kitsuregawa, Hidehiko Tanaka (eds.)