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2 Morphisms Many metadata-intensive applications, such as data integration and warehousing tools, use a graphical metaphor like the one shown in Fig. 1 for representing schema mappings. These mappings are shown to the engineer as sets of lines connecting the elements of two schemas. We call such mappings (schema) morphisms. , a set of pairs l, r drawn from OID×OID. Clearly, a morphism is a weaker representation of a transformation between two models than an SQL view or the mapping languages and expressions suggested in (Bergamaschi et al.
26 2. Conceptual Structures and Operators Table type column:1 Copy ( a1 column:2 name PRODUCTS Column type a2 type SQLtype int name PID SQLtype varchar name PName a3 keyCol a4 type Table , a1 a2 a3 a4 )= type column:1 Column type a6 a5 name column:2 PRODUCTS type int name PID SQLtype varchar name PName a7 keyCol PrimaryKey SQLtype a8 type PrimaryKey Fig. 8. Examples of copying the model of Fig. 2. Similarly, RestrictRange is speciﬁed in terms of the operator RestrictDomain by ﬁrst inverting the input morphism, then applying RestrictDomain, and ﬁnally inverting the resulting morphism once again.
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A Branch-and-Bound Algorithm to Solve a Multi-level Network Optimization Problem by Cruz F. R., Mateus G. R., Smith J. M.