eBook New Trends in Databases and Information Systems, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3319018639
  • ISBN-13: 9783319018638
  • DDC: 005.74
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 398 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Overview

This book reports on state-of-art research and applications in the field of databases and information systems. It includes both fourteen selected short contributions, presented at the East-European Conference on Advances in Databases and Information Systems (ADBIS 2013, September 1-4, Genova, Italy), and twenty-six papers from ADBIS 2013 satellite events. The short contributions from the main conference are collected in the first part of the book, which covers a wide range of topics, like data management, similarity searches, spatio-temporal and social network data, data mining, data warehousing, and data management on novel architectures, such as graphics processing units, parallel database management systems, cloud and MapReduce environments. In contrast, the contributions from the satellite events are organized in five different parts, according to their respective ADBIS satellite event: BiDaTA 2013 - Special Session on Big Data: New Trends and Applications); GID 2013 – The Second International Workshop on GPUs in Databases; OAIS 2013 – The Second International Workshop on Ontologies Meet Advanced Information Systems; SoBI 2013 – The First International Workshop on Social Business Intelligence: Integrating Social Content in Decision Making; and last but not least, the Doctoral Consortium, a forum for Ph.D. students. The book, which addresses academics and professionals alike, provides the readers with a comprehensive and timely overview of new trends in database and information systems research, and promotes new ideas and collaborations among the different research communities of the eastern European countries and the rest of the world. 

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Preface.
ADBIS 2013 Conference Organization.
ADBIS 2013 Program Committee.
BiDaTA 2013 — Special Session on Big Data: New Trends and Applications.
GID 2013 — The Second International Workshop on GPUs in Databases.
OAIS 2013 — The Second International Workshop on Ontologies Meet Advanced Information Systems.
SoBI 2013 — The First International Workshop on Social Business Intelligence: Integrating Social Content in Decision Making.
Contents.
Editors.
1: New Trends in Databases and Information Systems: Contributions from ADBIS 2013.
2: ADBIS Short Contributions.
3: New Ontological Alignment System Based on a Non-monotonic Description Logic.
4: Spatiotemporal Co-occurrence Rules.
5: R++-Tree: An Efficient Spatial Access Method for Highly Redundant Point Data.
6: Labeling Association Rule Clustering through a Genetic Algorithm Approach.
7: Time Series Queries Processing with GPU Support *.
8: Rule-Based Multi-dialect Infrastructure for Conceptual Problem Solving over Heterogeneous Distributed Information Resources *.
9: Distributed Processing of XPath Queries Using MapReduce *.
10: A Query Language for Workflow Instance Data.
11: When Too Similar Is Bad: A Practical Example of the Solar Dynamics Observatory Content-Based Image-Retrieval System.
12: Viable Systems Model Based Information Flows.
13: On Materializing Paths for Faster Recursive Querying.
14: XSLTMark II — A Simple, Extensible and Portable XSLT Benchmark *.
15: ReMoSSA: Reference Model for Specification of Self-adaptive Service-Oriented-Architecture.
16: DSD: A DaaS Service Discovery Method in P2P Environments.
17: Special Session on Big Data: New Trends and Applications.
18: Designing Parallel Relational Data Warehouses: A Global, Comprehensive Approach.
19: Big Data New Frontiers: Mining, Search and Management of Massive Repositories of Solar Image Data and Solar Events.
20: Extraction, Sentiment Analysis and Visualization of Massive Public Messages.
21: Desidoo, a Big-Data Application to Join the Online and Real-World Marketplaces *.
22: GraphDB - Storing Large Graphs on Secondary Memory *.
23: Hadoop on a Low-Budget General Purpose HPC Cluster in Academia.
24: Discovering Contextual Association Rules in Relational Databases *.
25: Challenges and Issues on Collecting and Analyzing Large Volumes of Network Data Measurements.
26: The Second International Workshop on GPUs in Databases.
27: GPU-Accelerated Query Selectivity Estimation Based on Data Clustering and Monte Carlo Integration Method Developed in CUDA Environment.
28: Exploring the Design Space of a GPU-Aware Database Architecture.
29: Dynamic Compression Strategy for Time Series Database Using GPU *.
30: Online Document Clustering Using GPUs *.
31: The Second International Workshop on Ontologies Meet Advanced Information Systems.
32: Using the Semantics of Texts for Information Retrieval: A Concept-and Domain Relation-Based Approach.
33: A Latent Semantic Indexing-Based Approach to Determine Similar Clusters in Large-scale Schema Matching.
34: Poss – SROIQ(D): Possibilistic Description Logic Extension toward an Uncertain Geographic Ontology.
35: Ontology-Based Context-Aware Social Networks.
36: Diversity in a Semantic Recommender System.
37: Ontology - Driven Observer Pattern.
38: The First International Workshop on Social Business Intelligence: Integrating Social Content in Decision Making.
39: Towards a Semantic Data Infrastructure for Social Business Intelligence.
40: Subjective Business Polarization: Sentiment Analysis Meets Predictive Modeling.
41: Sentiment Analysis and City Branding.
42: A Case Study for a Collaborative Business Environment in Real Estate.
43: OLAP on Information Networks: A New Framework for Dealing with Bibliographic Data.
44: Doctoral Consortium.
45: Spatial Indexes for Simplicial and Cellular Meshes.
46: Mathematical Methods of Tensor Factorization Applied to Recommender Systems.
47: Extended Dynamic Weighted Majority Using Diversity to Handle Drifts.
Author Index.