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Database Lunch Schedule: Spring 2008

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 12:10pm and ending by 1pm including questions.

Date

Topic

Speaker

Location

January 21 Welcome and introduction   5130 Upson
January 28 Efficiency and Effectiveness of Socially Meaningful Recommendations Sihem Amer-Yahia
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February 4 Alin Deutsch, Liying Sui, Victor Vianu: Specification and verification of data-driven Web applications. J. Comput. Syst. Sci. 73(3): 442-474 (2007) Lucja 5130 Upson
February 11 S. W. Lee, B. Moon. Design of Flash-Based DBMS: An In-Page Logging Approach, SIGMOD 2007. Nitin 5130 Upson
February 18 Amol Deshpande, Samuel Madden: MauveDB: supporting model-based user views in database systems. SIGMOD Conference 2006: 73-84 Lyublena 5130 Upson
February 25 "Processing Web-Scale Data with Pig" Chris Olston
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5130 Upson
March 3
No Lunch - Ph.D. Visit Day
March 10 No talk but food (VLDB deadline)   5130 Upson
March 17
No Lunch - Spring Break
March 24 Orchestra: Exchanging Dynamic Data among Collaborators Zachary Ives, University of Pennsylvania 5130 Upson
March 31 No lunch - 5130 Upson
April 7 (Joseph M. Hellerstein, Peter J. Haas, Helen J. Wang: Online Aggregation. SIGMOD Conference 1997: 171-182 *and*) Christopher M. Jermaine, Subramanian Arumugam, Abhijit Pol, Alin Dobra: Scalable approximate query processing with the DBO engine. SIGMOD Conference 2007: 725-736 Michaela 5130 Upson
April 14 Junghoo Cho, Uri Schonfeld: RankMass Crawler: A Crawler with High PageRank Coverage Guarantee. VLDB 2007: 375-386 Ben 5130 Upson
April 21 Exploiting Continuous Attributes and Communication-Efficient Indexing for High Performance Processing of Sensor Streams. Yanif Ahmad, Brown University 5130 Upson
April 28 Edmond Lau, Samuel Madden: An Integrated Approach to Recovery and High Availability in an Updatable, Distributed Data Warehouse. VLDB 2006: 703-714 Mingsheng 5130 Upson