Gadia, Shashi K. (1997) A Bibliography and Index of Our Works on Belief Data: Concept of Error and Multilevel Security. Technical Report TR97-13, Department of Computer Science, Iowa State University.
A bibliography and index of our works on belief data: concept of error and multilevel security
Shashi K. Gadia
Department of Computer Science
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
In 1988 we initiated our work on belief data. The work proceeded in two phases: in the first phase we formalized the concept of error in everyday record keeping, and in the second phase we considered multilevel security. The purpose of this report is to create an awareness about our works on belief data and to serve as a guide for the following manuscripts. The first two manuscripts are on the concept of errors, and the latter three are on multilevel security. Except [TR97-17], all manuscripts are in their original form.
[TR97-14] Gadia, Shashi K. and Gautam Bhargava. A formal treatment of errors and updates in a relational database. 1988-89. [45 scanned pages; the file size is about 3.4 MBytes]
[TR97-15] Bhargava, Gautam and Shashi K. Gadia. The concept of error in a database: An application of temporal databases. 1989-90. [16 scanned pages; the file size is about 1.0 MBytes.]
[TR97-16] Tsz Shing Cheng and Shashi K. Gadia. An algebra for belief persistence in multilevel security. 1995. [20 pages; 105 KBytes]
[TR97-17] Gadia, Shashi K. Applicability of temporal data models to query multilevel security databases: a case study. 1995-97. [20 pages; 85 KBytes]
[TR97-18] Tsz Shing Cheng and Shashi K. Gadia. An algebra for belief persistence in multilevel security. A revised version of [TR97-16] incorporating some findings from [TR97-16]. 1996. [20 pages; 95 KBytes]
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