@Bibtex-file{Database/cdb.bib,
title = "Bibliography of the book {"}Constraint Databases{"}",
editor = "Bart Kuijpers",
email = "bart.kuijpers@luc.ac.be",
supported = "yes",
abstract = "This is the bibliography of the book
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{http://www.cs.bell-labs.com/who/libkin/cdb-book/index.html}{"},
edited by Gabriel Kuper, Leonid Libkin, and Jan
Paredaens Springer Verlag, 2000. From the preface:
\begin{quote}This book is the first comprehensive
survey of the field of constraint databases. Constraint
databases are a fairly new and active area of database
research. The key idea is that constraints, such as
linear or polynomial equations, are used to represent
large, or even infinite, sets in a compact way. The
ability to deal with infinite sets makes constraint
databases particularly promising as a technology for
integrating spatial and temporal data with standard
relational databases. Constraint databases bring
techniques from a variety of fields, such as logic and
model theory, algebraic and computational geometry, as
well as symbolic computation, to the design and
analysis of data models and query languages.
\end{quote}",
readme = "E-mail your additional BibTex entries to
bart.kuijpers@luc.ac.be",
keywords = "constraint databases",
}