Database Lunch Schedule: Fall 2011

The database lunch is the weekly informal meeting of students and faculty interested in data management and data mining at Cornell. We usually have a paper presentation of seminal or recent papers of general interest. Lunches take place every Monday at noon in 5130 Upson Hall, with the paper presentation starting at 12:10 and ending by 1pm including questions.

If you are interested in presenting a paper or have any questions, please talk to Johannes or Lucja.





August 29 Organizational Meeting Johannes 5130 Upson
September 5 No meeting, Labor Day
September 12 DB COLLOQUIUM: GLADE, A framework for Large Scale Data Processing Alin Dobra, University of Florida 5130 Upson
September 19 Summary Graphs for Relational Database Schemas, Yang et al, VLDB 2011 Sudip 5130 Upson
September 26 SnipSuggest: Context-Aware Autocompletion for SQL, Khoussainova et al, VLDB 2011 Mila 5130 Upson
October 3 DB COLLOQUIUM: No Free Lunch in Data Privacy Ashwin Machanavajjhala, Yahoo! Research 5130 Upson
October 10 No meeting, Fall Break
October 17 Serializable Snapshot Isolation for Replicated Databases in High-Update Scenarios, Jung et al, VLDB 2011 Bailu 5130 Upson
October 24 Synthesizing Products for Online Catalogs, Nguyen et al, VDLB 2011 Gabriel 5130 Upson
October 31 Analyzing Private Network Data Michael 5130 Upson
November 7 Incrementally Maintaining Classification using an RDBMS, Koc et al, VLDB 2011 Yin 5130 Upson
November 14 RemusDB: Transparent High-Availability for Database Systems (Best Paper), Minhas et al, VLDB 2011 Tao 5130 Upson
November 21 Using Paxos to Build a Scalable, Consistent, and Highly Available Datastore, Rao et al, VLDB 2011 Tuan 5130 Upson
November 28 Lightweight Graphical Models for Selectivity Estimation Without Independence Assumptions, Tzoumas et al, VLDB 2011 Guozhang 5130 Upson

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