Journal: SIGMOD Record

Volume 19, Issue 4

1 -- 0. SIGMOD Institutional Sponsors
2 -- 0Arie Segev. Editor s Notes
3 -- 0Won Kim. Chair s Message
4 -- 5Won Kim. Directions For Future Database Research & Development - Letter from the Issue Editor
6 -- 22Abraham Silberschatz, Michael Stonebraker, Jeffrey D. Ullman. Database Systems: Achievements and Opportunities - The Lagunita Report of the NSF Invitational Workshop on the Future of Database System Research held in Palo Alto, California, February 22-23, 1990
23 -- 31Peter Scheuermann, Ahmed K. Elmagarmid, Hector Garcia-Molina, Frank Manola, Dennis McLeod, Arnon Rosenthal, Marjorie Templeton. Report on the Workshop on Heterogenous Database Systems held at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, December 11-13, 1989, Sponsored by NSF
32 -- 40James C. French, Anita K. Jones, John L. Pfaltz. Summary of the Final Report of the NSF Workshop on Scientific Database Management
41 -- 48Serge Abiteboul, Peter Buneman, Claude Delobel, Richard Hull, Paris C. Kanellakis, Victor Vianu. New Hope on Data Models and Types: Report of an NSF-INRIA Workshop
49 -- 53François Bancilhon, Won Kim. Object-Oriented Database Systems: In Transition
54 -- 60Michael J. Carey, Laura M. Haas. Extensible Database Management Systems
61 -- 68Oliver Günther, Alejandro P. Buchmann. Research Issues in Spatial Databases
69 -- 74Amihai Motro. Accommodating Imprecision in Database Systems: Issues and Solutions
75 -- 82Jeffrey D. Ullman, Carlo Zaniolo. Deductive Databases: Achievements and Future Directions
83 -- 89Richard T. Snodgrass. Temporal Databases - Status and Research Directions
90 -- 97Teresa F. Lunt, Eduardo B. Fernández. Database Security
98 -- 103Hector Garcia-Molina, Bruce G. Lindsay. Research Directions for Distributed Databases
104 -- 112David J. DeWitt, Jim Gray. Parallel Database Systems: The Future of Database Processing or a Passing Fad?
113 -- 118Michael Stonebraker. Data Base Research at Berkeley
119 -- 122Arthur M. Keller, Peter Rathmann, Jeffrey D. Ullman, Gio Wiederhold. Selected Database Research at Stanford
123 -- 126Sushil Jajodia, Ravi S. Sandhu. Database Security: Current Status and Key Issues
127 -- 128Fèlix Saltor. Congresses on Databases
129 -- 139. Announcements and Calls for Papers: SIGMOD 91, PODS 91, VLDB 91, ER 91, SIGIR 91, SSD 91, BNCOD-9, ECOOP 91, DEXA 91, WADS 91, SIGSOFT 91

Volume 19, Issue 3

1 -- 0. SIGMOD Institutional Sponsors
2 -- 0Arie Segev. Editor s Notes
3 -- 4Won Kim. Chair s Message
5 -- 16Roberto Zicari. Incomplete Information in Object-Oriented Databases
17 -- 23Bhavani M. Thuraisingham. Computing Transitive Closures of Multilevel Relations
24 -- 29Li Lei, Georges-Henri Moll, Jacques Kouloumdjian. A Deductive Database Architecture Based on Partial Evaluation
30 -- 0Jyrki Nummenmaa, Peter Thanisch. Yet Another Note on Minimal Covers
31 -- 44Michael Stonebraker, Lawrence A. Rowe, Bruce G. Lindsay, Jim Gray, Michael J. Carey, Michael L. Brodie, Philip A. Bernstein, David Beech. Third-Generation Database System Manifesto - The Committee for Advanced DBMS Function
45 -- 52Amit P. Sheth. Database Research at Bellcore
53 -- 60Yuri Breitbart. Multidatabase Interoperability
61 -- 83. Announcements and Calls for Papers: VLDB Journal, Critical Issues 90, CR, SIGIR Forum, IEEE Computer, CCW 91, ICDCS 91, JCIT-5, ..

Volume 19, Issue 1

1 -- 0Arie Segev. Editor s Notes
2 -- 0Won Kim. Chair s Message
3 -- 7Marek Rusinkiewicz, Ahmed K. Elmagarmid, Yungho Leu, Witold Litwin. Extending the Transaction Model to Capture more Meaning
8 -- 17Amit Basu, Rafiul Ahad. An SQL-Based Query Language For Networks of Relations
18 -- 22Martin Gogolla. A Note on the Translation of SQL to Tuple Calculus
23 -- 28Jan Jonsson. Semantic Modeling through Identification and Characterization of Objects
29 -- 35G. H. Gessert. Four Valued Logic for Relational Database Systems
36 -- 40Rokia Missaoui, Robert Godin. The Implication Problem for Inclusion Dependencies: A Graph Approach
41 -- 42C. J. Date. Response to R. T. Snodgrass s Letter in SIGMOD Record
43 -- 0Toby J. Teorey. Correction