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By Yahiko Kambayashi, Katsumi Tanaka, Masaru Kitsuregawa, Akifumi Makinouchi, Shunsuke Uemura, Yoshifumi Masunaga

Nontraditional Database platforms is the 5th quantity within the complicated details Processing expertise sequence. It brings jointly the result of examine conducted by means of the japanese database examine neighborhood within the box of nontraditional database platforms. The e-book examines nontraditional kinds of functions, info varieties, platforms and environments including high-performance structure to help nontraditional functions, corresponding to net mining, info engineering and item processing.

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2. making the copies of them. 3. applying the set of customization operations stored in the viewDefinition to the copies. 4. providing the customized copies of hypermedia components for the user. Thus, the customization does not affect the source hypermedia components and users always receive the customized copies of hypermedia components (Figure 2). It guarantees the independence of customizations in each environment. For example, if a user modifies some hypermedia component by customization operations, the modification only affects the users who belong to the same environment or its child environments.

Thus, the customization does not affect the source hypermedia components and users always receive the customized copies of hypermedia components (Figure 2). It guarantees the independence of customizations in each environment. For example, if a user modifies some hypermedia component by customization operations, the modification only affects the users who belong to the same environment or its child environments. 3 WYSIWIS Most groupware systems introduce WYSIWIS or location relaxed-WYSIWIS principles so that all users can see the same display contents.

The management server communicates with all IPHs and ESPs. Several microphones are fixed at some locations in the real space to catch sound and transmit it to each IPH. A microphone, a speaker, and a CCD camera are attached to an IPH as shown in Figure 5. The CCD camera is used to capture the users’ facial image. The captured 20 Nontraditional Database Systems video images are transferred to the management server. The voice of each invisible person is captured via the microphone, and then transmitted to the management server.

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