DB 2009, The First International Conference on Advances in Databases


DB 2009, The First International Conference on Advances in Databases

March 1-6, 2009 – Gosier, Guadeloupe/France

General page: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2009/DB09.html

Call for Papers: http://www.iaria.org/conferences2009/CfPDB09.html

Submission deadline: October 1, 2008

Submissions will be peer-reviewed, published by IEEE CPS, posted in IEEE Digital Library, and indexed with the major indexes.

Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA

Journals: http://www.iariajournals.org

Please note the Poster Forum special submission with on progress and challenging ideas.

DB 2009 Special Areas (details in the CfP on site):

>> >> Advances in fundamentals on databases >>

Foundations and architectures; Design features (data quality, performance, robustness, scalability, security, privacy, parallel and distributed approaches, mobility, etc.); Data quality, data structures, and data modeling; Advanced indexing methods; Advanced ranking algorithms and uncertainty; Physical organization and performance; Federated choreographies; Temporal conformance; Evolutionary clustering and dynamic hierarchical clustering

Databases and other domains

Leading-edge database technology and applications; Heterogeneous databases interoperability and mediation; Databases and Web services; Databases and artificial intelligence; Databases and agents; Advances in database management systems; Advanced transaction and workflow management; Advances on XML and databases

Databases technologies

Embedded databases; Very large scale databases; Spatial and spatio-temporal databases; Data warehousing; Multimedia databases; Semantic databases; Data integration resources on the Internet; Object-oriented databases; Web-based databases; Deductive and active databases

Databases content processing

Mining for complex data; Mining for text, video, and pictures; Knowledge discovery and classification; Process mining; Scalable data extraction; Query processing and optimization; Query rewrite rules; Navigational path expressions; Load-balancing in accessing distributed databases; Incompleteness, inconsistency, uncertainty; Storage and replication; Patterns and similarities in data streams; Fast matching; Multiple views

Specifics on application domains databases

Advanced database applications; Bioinformatics databases; Healthcare databases; Finance and marketing databases; Telecom databases; Geospatial databases; Census databases; Meteorological databases; Business intelligence databases; e-Business databases


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