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DEXA 2004, the fifteenth overseas convention on Database and professional platforms purposes, used to be held August 30 ? September three, 2004, on the collage of Zaragoza, Spain. The speedy transforming into spectrum of database functions has resulted in the establisment of extra really good dialogue systems (DaWaK convention, EC-Web convention, EGOVConference, Trustbus convention and DEXA Workshop: each DEXA occasion has its personal convention proceedings), that have been held in parallel with the DEXA convention additionally in Zaragoza. on your arms are the result of a lot attempt. The paintings starts off with the instruction of the submitted papers, which then plow through the reviewing method. The authorized papers are revised to ultimate types through their authors and are then prepared in the convention application. All culminates within the convention itself. For this convention 304 papers have been submitted, and that i are looking to thank to all who contributed to it; they're the true base of the convention. this system committee and the helping reviewers produced altogether 942 referee studies, in common 3,1 experiences according to paper, and chosen ninety two papers for presentation. At this element we want to claim many because of all of the associations that actively supported this convention and made it attainable. those have been: • collage of Zaragoza • FAW • DEXA organization • Austrian computing device Society
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