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EDBT/ICDT 2011 Workshops Program

Joint EDBT/ICDT Ph.D. Workshop 2011

March 25, 2011
08:45-09.00 EDBT/ICDT Workshops Opening Session

09:00-09.30 Welcome

9:30-10.30 Session 1

Regression on Evolving Multi-Relational Data Streams Elena Ikonomovska

Disclosure Detection over Data Streams in Database Publishing Deming Dou
11:00-12.30 Session 2

Users Tracking and Roles Mining in Web-Based Applications Yaron Gonen

Access Control to Materialized Views: an Inference-Based Approach Sarah Nait Bahloul  

Service-oriented Information Extraction Katja Seidler
14:00-15.00 Session 3: Keynote Talk

Keynote:Tore Risch, Uppsala University, Sweden
Data Challenges That Produce Database Research
15:00-15.30 Bestowal of Best Submission Award
16:00-17.30 Session 4

Efficient Query Evaluation Over Probabilistic XML With Long-Distance Dependencies Souihli Asma

On the Tractability and Intractability of Consistent Conjunctive Query Answering Enela Pema

Efficient Querying of Distributed Linked Data Martin Svoboda
17:30-17.35 Summary and Outlook

1st international workshop on linked web data management, LWDM 2011

March 25, 2011
08:45-09.00 EDBT/ICDT Workshops Opening Session

09:00-09.30 Opening

09:00-10.30 Research Session

Towards a Vocabulary for Data Quality Management in Semantic Web Architectures Christian Fuerber and Martin Hepp

Towards Designing an Efficient Crawling Window to Analysis and Annotate Changes in Linked Data Sources David Urdiales-Nieto and José F. Aldana-Montes
11:00-12.30 Research Session

Hybrid Techniques for Web APIs Recommendation Michele Melchiori

Linked Data, an opportunity to mitigate complexity in pharmaceutical research and development Bo Andersson and Kerstin Forsberg

Applications of Concept Relation Network to Web Search Kenneth Wai-Ting Leung, Hing Yuet Fung and Dik Lun Lee  

Exploring the Web with OXPath Tim Furche, Georg Gottlob, Giovanni Grasso, Christian Schallhart and Andrew Sellers  
14:00-15.30 Research Session

A Flexible Graph-based Approach for Matching Composite Semantic Web Services Alfredo Cuzzocrea and Marco Fisichella  

Like Breadcrumbs in the Forest: a Tool for Semantic Exploratory Search Roberto Mirizzi, Azzurra Ragone and Eugenio Di Sciascio  

Understanding Linked Open Data through Keyword Searching: the KEYRY approach Sonia Bergamaschi, Francesco Guerra, Silvia Rota and Yannis Velegrakis   
16:00-16.30 Panel and final discussion

4th International Workshop on Logic in Databases, LID 2011

March 25, 2011
08:45-09.00 EDBT/ICDT Workshops Opening Session

09:00-09.10 Opening Remarks

09:10-10.00 Keynote Talk 1: Phokion Kolaitis
Schema Mappings and Data Examples
10:00-10.30 Research Session

Closed World Chasing Gosta Grahne and Adrian Onet  
11:00-12.30 Research Session

The Logic of Query Languages for Data Streams Carlo Zaniolo  

Checking Query Completeness over Incomplete Data Simon Razniewski and Werner Nutt   
14:00-15.00 Keynote Talk 2: James Cheney
Is Provenance Logical?
15:00-15.30 Research Session

On Armstrong-compliant logical query languages Marie Agier, Christine Froidevaux, Jean-Marc Petit, Yoan Renaud and Jef Wijsen   
16:00-17.20 Research Session

Value Joins are Expensive over (Probabilistic) XML Evgeny Kharlamov, Werner Nutt and Pierre Senellart  

A Prolog library for OWL RL Jesus M. Almendros-Jimenez  

Detecting semantics-preserving XML schema mappings based on annotations to OWL ontology. Tadeusz Pankowski  

Context through Answer Set Programming Angelo Rauseo, Davide Martinenghi and Letizia Tanca   
17:20-17.30 Closing Remarks

2nd International Workshop on Business intelligencE and the WEB, BEWEB 2011

March 25, 2011
08:45-09.00 EDBT/ICDT Workshops Opening Session

09:00-09.10 Opening

09:10-10.30 Keynote: Felix Naumann, Hasso Plattner Institute, Postdam, Germany
Dr. Crowdsource: or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Web Data
11:00-12.30 Session 1: BI with Web Data

I Am Complex: Cluster Me, Don’t Just Rank Me Sihem Amer-Yahia  

Self-Supervised Web Search for Any-k Complete Tuples Alexander Löser, Christoph Boden, Christoph Nagel, and Stephan Pieper  

Toward Total Business Intelligence Incorporating Structured and Unstructured Data Byung-Kwon Park, Il-Yeol Song  

Integrating Web Feed Opinions into a Corporate Datawarehouse Lisette García-Moya, Shahad Kudama, Maria Jose Aramburu Cabo, Rafael Berlanga  
14:00-15.30 Session 2: Engineering Web-Enabled BI

SOLOMON: Seeking the Truth Via Copying Detection Xin Luna Dong  

Capturing Data Quality Requirements for Web Applications by means of DQ_WebRE César Guerra, Ismael Caballero, Mario Piattini  

Model-driven restricted-domain adaptation of question answering patterns for business intelligence Katia Vila and Antonio Ferrández  

Towards TomTom like Systems for the Web Emilian Pascalau  
16:00-17.30 Panel

4th International Workshop on Privacy and Anonymity in the Information Society, PAIS 2011

March 25 , 2011
08:45-09.00 EDBT/ICDT Workshops Opening Session

09:20-09.30 Welcome

09:30-10.30 Keynote: Yücel Saygin
A Probabilistic Look Ahead of Anonymization
11:00-12.10 Session 1 Session chair: Yücel Saygin

Rational Enforcement of Digital Oblivion Josep Domingo-Ferrer  

Privacy Issues with Sharing Reputation across Virtual Communities Nurit Gal-Oz, Tal Grinshpoun, and Ehud Gudes  

Capturing P3P Semantics Using an Enforceable Lattice-based Structure Kambiz Ghazinour and Ken Barker  
14:10-15.30 Session 2 Session chair: Li Xiong

PCTA: Privacy-constrained Clustering-based Transaction Data Anonymization Aris Gkoulalas-Divanis and Grigorios Loukides  

A Privacy Preserving Efficient Protocol for Semantic Similarity Join Using Long String Attributes Bilal Hawashin, Farshad Fotouhi, and Traian Marius Truta  

On Query Self-submission in Peer-to-peer User-private Information Retrieval Klara Stokes and Maria Bras-Amorós  
16:00-16.50 Session 3 Session chair: Traian Marius Truta

Distributing Data for Secure Database Services Vignesh Ganapathy, Dilys Thomas, Tomas Feder, Hector Garcia-Molina, and Rajeev Motwani  

Improving Security by Using a Database Management System for Integrated Statistical Data Analysis Vadym Khatsanovskyy, Jan-Eric Litton, and Ruslan Fomkin  
16:50-17.00 Closing

1st Workshop on New Trends in Similarity Search, NTSS 2011

March 25 , 2011
08:45-09.00 EDBT/ICDT Workshops Opening Session

09:10-10.00 Keynote Talk: Matthias Renz, LMU Munich, Germany
Similarity Search in Uncertain Databases:Techniques and New Trends
10:00-10.50 Research Session

Large Scale Disk-Based Metric Indexing Structure for Approximate Information Retrieval by Content Stanislav Barton, Valérie Gouet-Brunet and Marta Rukoz  

Finding the k-closest pairs in metric spaces Hisashi Kurasawa, Atsuhiro Takasu, and Jun Adachi  
11:05-12.20 Research Session

Restricting the Overlap of Top-N Sets in Schema Matching Eric Peukert and Erhard Rahm  

A Unifying Probability Measure for Logic-Based Similarity Conditions on Uncertain Relational Data Sebastian Lehrack and Ingo Schmitt  

Empirical Evaluation of Excluded Middle Vantage Point Forest on Biological Sequences Workload Weijia Xu, Lee Thompson and Daniel Miranker  
12:20-12.50 Discussion

Workshop on Array Databases 2011

March 25, 2011
08:45-09.00 EDBT/ICDT Workshops Opening Session

09:00-09.10 Welcome

09:10-10.30 Research Session

SciQL, A Query Language for Science Applications M. Kersten, Y. Zhang, M. Ivanova, and N. Nes  

Array Requirements for Scientific Applications and an Implementation for Microsoft SQL Server László Dobos1,Alexander Szalay, José Blakeley, Tamás Budavári, István Csabai1, Dragan Tomic, Milos Milovanovic, Marko Tintor3, and Andrija Jovanovic  
11:00-12.20 Research Session

Hybrid Merge/Overlap Execution Technique for Parallel Array Processing Emad Soroush and Magdalena Balazinska  

Accelerating Computationally Intensive Queries on Massive Earth Science Data (System Demonstration) Peter Baumann  
14:00-14.40 Research Session

An Overview of the HDF5 Technology Suite and its Applications Mike Folk, Gerd Heber, Quincey Koziol, Elena Pourmal, and Dana Robinson  
14:40-16.00 Discussion: Towards a Research Agenda for Array Databases