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Data Management is the process of planning, coordinating and controlling data resources. More often, applications need to store and search a large amount of data. Managing Data has been continuously challenged by demands from various areas and applications and has evolved in parallel with advances in hardware and computing techniques. This volume focuses on its recent advances and it is composed of five partsand a total of eighteen chapters. The first part of the book contains five contributions in the area of information retrieval & Web intelligence: a novel approach to solving index selection problem, integrated retrieval from Web of documents and data, bipolarity in database querying, deriving data summarization through ontologies, and granular computing for Web intelligence.The second part of the book contains four contributions in knowledge discovery area. Its third part contains three contributions in information integration & data security area. The remaining two parts of the book contain six contributions in the area of intelligent agents and applications of data management in medical domain.
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