[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-76

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VLDB 2003 PhD Workshop

Proceedings of the VLDB 2003 PhD Workshop. Co-located with the 29th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB 2003).

Berlin, September 12-13, 2003.

Edited by

Marc H. Scholl, University of Konstanz, Germany
Torsten Grust, University of Konstanz, Germany

Table of Contents

  1. Stefania Marrara
    Analysis and design of approximate queries over XML documents using statistical techniques
  2. Philippe Michiels
    XQuery Optimization
  3. Vojkan Mihajlovic
    CIRQuL - Complex Information Retrieval Query Language
  4. Heiko Müller
    Semantic Data Cleansing in Genome Databases
  5. Ilya Pevzner
    Extending relational database functionality with data inconsistency resolution support
  6. Carsten Pohle
    Integrating and Updating Domain Knowledge with Data Mining
  7. Jiri Schindler
    Matching Database Access Patterns to Storage Characteristics
  8. Lutz Schlesinger
    Consistency Based Snapshot Management in Data Grids
  9. Alkis Simitsis
    Modeling and managing ETL processes
  10. Jens Teubner
    Pathfinder: Compiling XQuery for Execution on the Monet Database Engine
  11. Caspar Treijtel
    AmbientDB: Complex Query Processing for P2P Networks
  12. Krisztian Vereb
    On a Hierarchical Indexing Fuzzy Content-Based Image Retrieval Approach
  13. Jiying Wang
    Information Discovery, Extraction and Integration for the Hidden Web
  14. Qiang Wang
    Combined Locking Approach for Scheduling Hard Real-Time Transactions in Real-Time Databases
  15. Segev Wasserkrug
    Inference and Prediction of Uncertain Events in Active Systems: A Language and Execution Model
  16. Gabriele Witterstein
    A Space Efficient Persistent Implementation of an Index for DNA Sequences
  17. Yongluan Zhou
    Adaptive Distributed Query Processing

submitted by Torsten Grust, August 18, 2003