SINDBAD and SiQL: An Inductive Database and Query Language in the Relational Model

author: Jörg Wicker, Faculty of Informatics, TU Munich
published: April 14, 2010,   recorded: December 2009,   views: 3415


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The speaker presented the concepts and implementation of SINDBAD, a prototype of an inductive database - as proposed by Imielinski and Mannila - in the relational model. The goal is to support all steps of the knowledge discovery process on the basis of queries to a database system. The query language SiQL (structured inductive query language), an SQL extension, offers query primitives for feature selection, discretization, pattern mining, clustering, instance-based learning and rule induction.

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