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The ACM SIGMOD Anthology is a digital library for the database systems research community developed by ACM SIGMOD with past cooperation of the VLDB Endowment, the IEEE Technical Committee on Data Engineering, and the EDBT Endowment, and with the current assistance of many publishers and individuals, both in providing permission to include material here, and in locating physical copies to scan into digital form. The bibliographic information in the Anthology is integrated into the DBLP Bibliography.

This is the on-linve version of the contents of volume 6 of the Anthology, the first volume in several years. The PDFs of the papers and other materials are located on the DVD. They are not available on-line. The links in the left margin provide access to the contents, which are also listed below.

I wish to thank Michael Ley, the Anthology's founding editor, for helping to prepare this volume, and for integrating the Anthology with DBLP, which is a wonderful resource for the research community. I also wish to thank special contributors to this volume: Gio Wiederhold, Richard T. Snodgrass, John Roddick, the members of the CODASYL Systems and DBTG Committees (in particular Charles W. Bachman and T. William Olle), Elisabeth Kaplan and Carrie Seib of the Charles Babbage Institute (Center for the History of Information Technology) at the University of Minnesota, the Australian Computer Society, and the ACM.

Curtis Dyreson
Utah State University
ACM SIGMOD Anthology Editor


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