[Short Bio] [Cornell Database
My research interests include Internet data management, information
retrieval and query processing in emerging system architectures. My current
- Quark: Unifying
Database Systems and Information Retrieval Systems
Peer-to-Peer Data Management
- Hilda: A High-Level
Language for Data-Driven Web Applications
Previously, I worked on Bridging Relational
Technology and XML in the context of the XPERANTO
and Niagara projects.
[Full list of publications] [DBLP
Hilda: A High-Level Language for Data-Driven Web Applications (with F. Yang, M. Riedewald, J. Gehrke, A. Demers), ICDE 2006.
XQuery 1.0 and XPath 2.0
Full-Text (co-edited with S. Amer-Yahia, C. Botev, S. Buxton, P. Case, J.
Doerre, D. McBeath, M. Rys), W3C Working Draft, 2005.
Guaranteeing Correctness and
Availability in P2P Range Indices (with P. Linga, A. Crainiceanu, J. Gehrke),
A Full-Text Search Extension to XQuery (with S. Amer-Yahia, C. Botev),
Ranked Keyword Search over XML Documents (with L. Guo, F. Shao, C.
Botev), SIGMOD 2003.
- Efficiently Publishing Relational
Data as XML Documents (with E. Shekita, R. Barr, M. Carey, B. Lindsay,
H. Pirahesh, B. Reinwald), VLDB Journal, 2001.
- Relational Databases for Querying XML
Documents: Limitations and Opportunities (with K. Tufte, G. He, C.
Zhang. D. DeWitt, J. Naughton), VLDB 1999.
- Efficient Concurrency Control for Broadcast
Environments (with A. Nithrakashyap, R. Sivasankaran, K. Ramamritham),
[Full list of talks]
XML Full-Text Search:
Challenges and Opportunities, Tutorial, VLDB 2005.
Whither XML ca. 2005?,
Panel, DBPL/XSym 2005.
Text Search in XML, Invited Talk, University of Washington-Microsoft
Research Workshop 2005.
Databases and Information Retrieval: Rethinking the Great Divide, Panel, SIGMOD 2005.
XQuery and Information Retrieval, Invited Talk, XIME-P 2005.
Database Research for the Current Millennium, Panel, ICDE 2004.
Information Retrieval and Databases: Synergies and Syntheses, Panel, NSF IDM Workshop 2003.
Recent Professional Activities
[Full List of Professional Activities]
CS530: Architecture of
Large-Scale Information Systems.
Full List of Courses
Supporting Workflow in
a Course Management System (with many others), SIGCSE 2005.