By Michael A. Arbib
Computing the mind offers readers with an built-in view of present informatics learn on the topic of the sector of neuroscience. This ebook truly defines the hot paintings being performed in neuroinformatics and gives details on assets on hand on the internet to researchers utilizing this new know-how. It includes chapters that are meant to entice a multidisciplinary viewers with introductory chapters for the nonexpert reader. Neuroscientists will locate this publication a great creation to informatics applied sciences and using those applied sciences of their study. machine scientists might be attracted to exploring how those applied sciences could gain advantage the neuroscience group.
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The principal concepts underlying relational, objectoriented, and object-relational database models are presented with examples. Finally, a brief view of database federation issues is introduced that serves as the foundation for discussion later in the book. Computerized databases are essential and inseparable components of most of today's information systems. Database systems are used at all levels of management, research, and production to provide uniform access to and control of consistent information.
The goal of this chapter is to provide a brief and informal overview of state-of-the-art database systems and database federation issues. The emphasis is on important concepts of relational, object-based, and object-relational databases and the relationships among them. In the Wrst section, the components of databases and their functional capabilities are introduced, followed by a brief historical perspective on the developments of relational, object-based, and object-relational databases. The structures, constraints, and operations of the relational database model are then introduced, and an informal presentation of major SQL features is given.
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Computing the brain : a guide to neuroinformatics by Michael A. Arbib