Database: Enterprise, Skills and Innovation: 22nd British by Paul Watson (auth.), Mike Jackson, David Nelson, Sue Stirk

By Paul Watson (auth.), Mike Jackson, David Nelson, Sue Stirk (eds.)

The British nationwide convention on Databases (BNCOD) used to be verified in 1980 as a discussion board for learn into the speculation and perform of databases. the unique convention within the sequence came about on the collage of Aberdeen. To be specified, this convention was once in reality entitled ICOD which stood for overseas convention on Databases. It was once the purpose, while the sequence started, that an ICOD might occur each years, while a BNCOD could run within the years in among. because the checklist indicates ICOD used to be purely held in 1980 and 1983. The extra junior convention has controlled to obtain an entire life for much longer than that of its senior relative! If fact wereknown,however,BNCOD has,overthe years,growninto ICOD and even supposing the convention continues to be titled “British National,” it truly is, in truth, a world convention that happens on a every year foundation. facts of this is often bought just by the desk of contents of those continuing which clearlyshowthatthe majorityofpaperspresentedatthis year’sconferencecame from members whose a?liations are outdoor the united kingdom. Despitetherangeofpapersono?er,BNCODstillretainsitsuniquelyBritish ?avor. The Programme Committee is drawn from united kingdom lecturers and the c- ference is usually held at a British college (or in prior years a polytechnic!).

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