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However, some comments may be in order to make it more precise. First, in IS engineering, we should restrict the definition to designed systems, that is, systems an engineer designs and builds . The restriction is needed because natural systems that perform information-processing functions are beyond the scope of our study. For example, in cognitive science the human mind is viewed as a complex system that receives, stores, processes, and distributes information. Second, the definition is too general with respect to the kind of information an IS may deal with.
B DB Constraints information Data information Data Control information Constraints information Data information Data Active databases Semantic databases Prog. A Prog. 4 Semantic, active, and object DB systems. Prog. C Prog. C 20 Advanced Database Technology and Design Future DBMSs must manage in an integrated way, not only different types of data and objects but also knowledge. In that respect, research into deductive DBMSs has been carried out (see Chapter 4). Two other important aspects of modern IS that are being incorporated into DBs are time (temporal DBs; see Chapter 5) and uncertainty (fuzzy DBs).
4 Assume an IS that controls an elevator. At each floor there is a button that users can press to request the elevator. Pressing one of the buttons is an external event. The system responds immediately by turning on the light associated with the button (to inform users that the system is aware of their request). Turning on and off light buttons are generated events. Taking into account the current position of the elevator, as well as the pending requests, the system issues several commands to start or stop the motor.