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Spring Young Researchers' Colloquium on Databases and Information Systems

Proceedings of the Spring Young Researchers' Colloquium on
Databases and Information Systems

Volume A: Regular Papers

Saint-Petersburg, Russia, June 1-2, 2005.

Edited by:


1University of Saint-Petersburg, Russia
2Institute for System Programming of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
3Computing Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
4University of Moscow, Russia
5SmartPhoneLabs LLC, Russia
6Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic
7Poznan University of Technology, Poland
8University of San-Diego, USA
9South Ural University, Russia
10"Sensors, Modules, Systems", Research and Innovation Company, Russia

Table of Contents

Dmitry Barashev, Maxim Grinev, Sergey Kuznetsov, Boris Novikov

Invited Speeches

  1. Deductive Analysis of Large Data Streams: A New Perspective for View Technology
    Prof. Dr. Rainer Manthey


  1. Introducing Trigger Support for XML Database Systems
    Maxim Grinev, Maria Rekouts
  2. A Locking Protocol for Scheduling Transactions on XML Data
    Peter Pleshachkov, Petr Chardin
  3. Deductive Approach to Semistructured Schema Evolution
    Dmitry Luciv

Information Retrieval and Data Mining

  1. Using relational operations to express association rules
    Michal Burda, Marian Mindek, Jana Šarmanová
  2. Web Sites Automatic Summarization
    Mikhail Kondratyev

Traditional Databases

  1. Partitioning Inverted Lists for Efficient Evaluation of Set-Containment Joins in Main Memory
    Dmitry Shaporenkov
  2. Finite State Automata - a concept for data representation
    Marian Mindek, Michal Burda


  1. Automated Model Transformation in MDA
    Mikhail Kuznetsov

submitted by Boris Novikov and Dmitry Luciv, Sep 21, 2005