This quarter, the database seminar will go over SIGMOD and PODS 2008 papers. SIGMOD and PODS are both number one database conferences, so the papers are normally very interesting and high quality.
Each student participating in the seminar will have the opportunity to select and present the paper of their choice. Please let email Nodira to let her know when and what you will be presenting asap.
|2 April 2008||Representing and Querying Regression Models in a DBMS||Magdalena Balazinska|
|9 April 2008||Cancelled||-|
|16 April 2008||Efficient Storage Scheme and Query Processing for Supply Chain Management using RFID||Evan Welbourne|
|23 April 2008||Bootstrapping Pay-As-You-Go Data Integration Systems||Nodira Khoussainova|
|30 April 2008||Building a Database on S3||YongChul Kwon|
|7 May 2008||The power of two min-hashes in similarity search among hierarchical data objects||Abhay Jha|
|14 May 2008||Tree-width and functional dependencies in databases||Vibhor Rastogi|
|21 May 2008||Toward Best-effort Information Extraction||Michael Cafarella|
|28 May 2008||TBD||Julie Letchner|
|4 June 2008||TBD||Marianne Shaw|
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