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SSDBM 2015 Accepted Papers & Posters

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SSDBM2015 - Accepted Papers
Paper ID Paper Title Author Names
1 Answering Top-k Representative Queries with Binary Constraints  Arijit Khan*, ETH ZURICH; Vishwakarma Singh, Oracle
4 Optimizing Continuous Queries Using Update Propagation with Varying Granularities Andreas Behrend*, University of Bonn
10 Querying RDF Data with Text Annotated Graphs Lushan Han*, Samsung Research America; Tim Finin, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Anupam Joshi, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Doreen Cheng, Samsung Research America
11 Indexing Bi-Temporal Windows Chang Ge, University of Waterloo; Martin Kaufmann, ETH Zurich; Lukasz Golab*, University of Waterloo; Peter Fischer, Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat, Freiburg; Anil Goel, SAP
15 Orthogonal Mechanism for Answering Batch Queries with Differential Privacy DONG HUANG*, Institute for Infocomm Researc; Shuguo Han, ; Xiaoli Li, ; Philip S. Yu, 
16 Relaxation of Subgraph Queries Delivering Empty Results Elena Vasilyeva*, SAP SE; Maik Thiele, ; Adrian Mocan, ; Wolfgang Lehner, TU Dresden
17 Estimating Mutual Information on Data Streams Fabian Keller*, KIT; Emmanuel Müller, KIT; Klemens Böhm, KIT
19 Extending Database Task Schedulers for Multi-threaded Application Code Florian Wolf*, TU Ilmenau; Iraklis Psaroudakis, ; Norman May, ; Anastasia Ailamaki, ; Kai-Uwe Sattler, 
20 A compression-based framework for the efficient analysis of business process logs Bettina Fazzinga, ICAR CNR; Sergio Flesca, DIMES - Universita' della Calabria; Filippo Furfaro*, Università della Calabria; Elio Masciari, ICAR CNR; Luigi Pontieri, ICAR CNR
21 OpenAlea: Scientific Workflows Combining Data Analysis and Simulation Christophe Pradal, CIRAD; Christian Fournier, INRA; Patrick Valduriez, ; Sarah Cohen-Boulakia*, Inria
24 On the Internal Evaluation of Unsupervised Outlier Detection Henrique Marques, University of São Paulo; Ricardo Campello*, University of São Paulo; Arthur Zimek, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet Muenchen; Jörg Sander, University of Alberta
25 Vertical Partitioning for Query Processing over Raw Data Weijie Zhao, UC Merced; Yu Cheng, UC Merced; Florin Rusu*, "University of California, Merced"
35 A Novel Approach for Approximate Aggregations Over Arrays  YI WANG*, The Ohio State University; YU SU, The Ohio State University; Gagan Agrawal, The Ohio State University
36 Top-k Entity Augmentation using Consistent Set Covering Julian Eberius*, TU Dresden; Maik Thiele, ; Katrin Braunschweig, TU Dresden; Wolfgang Lehner, TU Dresden
38 DrillBeyond: Processing Multi-Result Open World SQL Queries Julian Eberius*, TU Dresden; Maik Thiele, ; Katrin Braunschweig, TU Dresden; Wolfgang Lehner, TU Dresden
39 Privacy-Preserving Big Data Publishing Hessam Zakerzadeh*, University of Calgary; Charu Aggarwal, IBM TJ Watson; Ken Barker, University of Calgary
49 The Hyperdyadic Index and Generalized Indexing and Query with PIQUE David Boyuka II*, North Carolina State Universit; Houjun Tang, North Carolina State University; Kushal Bansal, ; Xiaocheng Zou, ; Scott Klasky, ; Nagiza Samatova, 
52 Online template matching over a stream of digitized documents Michael Stockerl*, Gini GmbH; Eirini Ntoutsi, LMU; Christoph Ringlstetter, Gini GmbH; Matthias Schubert, LMU; Hans Kriegel, LMU
55 Transparent inclusion, validation, and utilization of main memory domain indexes Thanh Truong*, Uppsala; Tore Risch, Uppsala University
72 Efficient Similarity Search in Scientific Databases with  Feature Signatures Merih Seran Uysal*, RWTH Aachen; Christian Beecks, RWTH Aachen; Jochen Schmuecking, RWTH Aachen; Thomas Seidl, RWTH Aachen
79 Improving Performance of Similarity Measures for Uncertain Time Series using Preprocessing Techniques   Mahsa Orang*, Concordia University; Nematollaah Shiri, Concordia University
82 GRAPHITE: An Extensible Graph Traversal Framework for Relational Database Management Systems Marcus Paradies*, TU Dresden; Wolfgang Lehner, TU Dresden; Christof Bornhövd, Risk Management Solutions, Inc.
84 Shape-Based Similarity Search in Fuzzy Object Databases Andreas Zuefle*, LMU Munich; Klaus Arthur Schmid, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Thomas Bernecker, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Tobias Emrich, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Matthias Renz, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Diana Uskat, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
87 Distributed Top-k Query Processing on Multi-dimensional Data with Keywords  Daichi Amagata*, Osaka University; Takahiro Hara, Osaka Univeristy; Shojiro Nishio, Osaka University
89 How to Quantify the Impact of Lossy Transformations on Change Detection Pavel Efros*, Karlsruhe Institute of Technol; Erik Buchmann, ; Adrian Englhardt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); Klemens Böhm, KIT
91 Probabilistic Aggregate Skyline Join Queries: Skylines with Aggregate Operations over Uncertain Relations Arnab Bhattacharya*, IIT Kanpur; Shrikant Awate, IIT, Kanpur
95 RUBIK: Efficient Threshold Queries on Massive Time Series Thomas Heinis*, Imperial College London; Eleni Tzirita Zacharatou, EPFL; Anastasia Ailamaki, ; Farhan Tauheed, EPFL
97 RITA: An Index-Tuning Advisor for Replicated Databases Quoc Trung Tran*, Oracle USA; Neoklis  Polyzotis, Google, Inc; Anastasia Ailamaki, EPFL; Ivo Jimenez, UCSC; Rui Wang, UCSC
SSDBM2015 Accepted Posters/Short Papers
Paper ID Paper Title Author Names
3 A Real-time Filtering by Novelty and Diversity for Publish/Subscribe Systems Zeinab Hmedeh, CEDRIC; Cedric Du Mouza*, CNAM; Nicolas Travers, CNAM
18 Data Mining for Isotopic Mapping of Bioarchaeological Finds in a Central European Alpine Passage Markus Mauder, LMU; Eirini Ntoutsi*, LMU; peer Kroeger, LMU; Gisela Grupe, LMU
40 Towards Automated Prediction of Relationships among Scientific Datasets Abdussalam Alawini*, Portland State University; David Maier, Portland State University; Kristin Tufte, Portland State University; Bill Howe, University of Washington; Rashmi Nandikur, Portland State University
43 Compact Distance Histogram: A Novel Structure to Boost k-Nearest Neighbor Querie Marcos Bedo*, University of Sao Paulo; Daniel Kaster, State University of Londrina; Agma J. Traina, University of São Paulo; Caetano Traina Jr., University of Sao Paulo
60 Ontology-assisted keyword search for NeuroML models Sharon Crook, ASU; Suzanne Dietrich*, ASU; Justas Birgiolas, ASU
62 TarMiner: automatic extraction of miRNA targets from literature Rodothea-Myrsini Tsoupidi, Athena RC; Ilias Kanellos, Athena RC & ECE NTUA; Thanasis Vergoulis*, Athena RC; Ioannis Vlachos, Univ. of Thessaly & UoA; Artemis Hatzigeorgiou, Univ. of Thessaly & UoA; Theodore Dalamagas, Athena RC
63 SciCSM: Novel Contrast Set Mining over Scientific Datasets Using Bitmap Indices  Gangyi Zhu*, Ohio State University; YI WANG, The Ohio State University; Gagan Agrawal, The Ohio State University
86 Efficient Iterative Processing in the SciDB Parallel Array Engine Emad Soroush, University of Washington; Magdalena Balazinska*, University of Washington; K. Simon Krughoff, University of Washington; Andrew Connolly, University of Washington
98 GEN: A database interface generator for HPC programs  Tanu Malik*, University of Chicago; Quan Pham, University of Chicago
100 Batch Matching of Conjunctive Triple Patterns over Linked Data Streams in the Internet of Things Yongrui Qin*, The University of Adelaide; Quan Sheng, The University of Adelaide; Nickolas Falkner, The University of Adelaide; Ali Shemshadi, The University of Adelaide; Edward Curry,