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A Continuous Quantity Factor in the Condition Formula Search

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3 Author(s)
Kodama, T. ; CDS Bus. Dept., Adv. Comput. Syst., Inc., Tokyo, Japan ; Kunii, T.L. ; Seki, Y.

Cyberworlds in the era of 'cloud' computing are being created on the Web where data and its dependencies are constantly changing and evolving. The problem of combinatorial explosion in system development inevitably arises when dealing with cyberworlds. To solve the problem, we have developed a data processing system called the Cellular Data System (CDS), based on the Incrementally Modular Abstraction Hierarchy (IMAH) in the cellular model, which offers powerful mathematical reason. In this paper, we design and implement a continuous quantity factor to deal with objects that express continuous quantity and integrate it into the condition formula search, which is the effective data search function of CDS, used to analyze data in cyberworlds without limitation by defining schema. If you take advantage of continuous quantity factors with the condition formula search in business application development, application logic development is made much simpler. In addition, we verify the effectiveness of a continuous quantity factor by taking up examples of core logic development of business applications.

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Next Generation Mobile Applications, Services and Technologies (NGMAST), 2010 Fourth International Conference on

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27-29 July 2010