FSM is a database model that has been recently proposed by the authors. FSM uses basic concepts of classification, generalization, aggregation and association that are commonly used in semantic modelling and supports the fuzziness of real-world at attribute, entity, class and relations intra and inter-classes levels. Hence, it provides tools to formalize and conceptualize real-world within a manner adapted to human perception of and reasoning about this real-word. In this paper we briefly review basic concepts of FSM and provide some notes on an extended query language adapted to it.
|Title of host publication||The IEEE 1st International Workshop Signaux, Circuits and Systems, Monastir, Tunisia, 18-21 March|
|Publisher||Sfax University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
|Event||Premier congress international de signaux, circiuts & systems - Monastir, Tunisia|
Duration: 18 Mar 2004 → 21 Mar 2004
|Conference||Premier congress international de signaux, circiuts & systems|
|Period||18/03/04 → 21/03/04|