The Dutch Belgian Database Day (DBDBD) is a yearly one-day workshop organized in a Belgian or Dutch university, whose general topic is database research. DBDBD invites submissions (1 page abstract) on a broad range of database and database-related topics, including but not limited to data storage and management, theoretical database issues, database performance, data mining, information retrieval, data semantics, querying, ontologies etc. Based on the submissions, the workshop will be organized in different sessions each covering a particular topic. At the DBDBD, junior researchers from the Netherlands and Belgium can present their recent results. It is an excellent opportunity to meet up with your Belgian/Dutch colleagues, and to get informed about the (recent) database-related research performed in Belgian/Dutch universities. The workshop is also open to non-Belgian/Dutch participants (presentations are in English). The DBDBD 2014 is organized under auspices of SIKS, the Dutch research school for information and knowledge systems. This year, DBDBD will be held in Antwerp, Belgium, on October 17th at Elzenveld.
|9:30 - 10:00||Arrival and Welcome|
|10:00 - 11:00||Keynote: Search Engines that Learn from their Users||abstract|
|by: Maarten de Rijke (University of Amsterdam)|
|11:00 - 12:00||First Session|
|Towards Online Relational Schema Transformations||abstract slides|
|by: Lesley Wevers, M. Hofstra, M. Tammens, M. Huisman, M. Van Keulen|
|How to stay CALM while seeing what is not there||abstract slides|
|by: Bas Ketsman|
|Extending the MultiDim conceptual model to enable the design of vague spatial data warehouses||abstract|
|by: Thiago L. L. Siqueira, R. R. Ciferri, E. Zimányi|
|12:00 - 13:00||Lunch|
|13:00 - 14:30||Second Session|
|Messy: Multivariate Event Sequence SummarY||abstract slides|
|by: Roel Bertens, J. Vreeken|
|Finding Subspace Clusters by Using Local Neighborhoods||abstract slides|
|by: Emin Aksehirli|
|Mining Exceptional Models with Rank Correlation||abstract slides|
|by: Lennart Downar|
|Interactive Correlation Clustering||abstract slides|
|by: Reuben Ndindi|
|14:30 - 15:00||Coffee Break|
|15:00 - 16:30||Third Session|
|On the Primitivity and Satisfiability of SPARQL||abstract slides|
|by: Xiaowang Zhang|
|A Dichotomy in the Complexity of Counting Database Repairs||abstract slides|
|by: Dany Maslowski|
|Efficient Query Processing with the Earth Mover’s Distance||abstract slides|
|by: Merih Seran Uysal, C. Beecks, J. Schmücking, T. Seidl|
|GQS: A graph query system for pattern mining under iso- and homomorphism||abstract slides|
|by: Thomas Fannes, J. Ramon|
|Submission Deadline (1 page abstract):||September 17th, 2014|
|Notification and program online:||September 20th, 2014|
|Registration deadline:||October 10th, 2014|
|Dutch-Belgian Database Day:||October 17th, 2014|
Registration in advance is necessary and is possible by filling out the registration form. It will unfortunately not be possible to register on site. The registration fee is 50 euro per person. This includes lunch meal, drinks & coffee. The registration fee can be paid on site (cash only!), or by bank transfer (account number BE57735007997535 -- BIC: KREDBEBB. Please mention the code 'SC140042 - [Name of Participants]', e.g., 'SC140042 - Bart Goethals, Floris Geerts, Thomas Van Brussel'.) Due to the cooperation between SIKS and the local organisation of DBDBD, all SIKS-members (phd-students, research fellows, associated members, alumni) can register for free. There is a fixed number of places available for SIKS-members, therefore an early registration is required.
The Dutch-Belgian Database Day 2014 will be held at Elzenveld. It is located in the city center of Antwerp and can be reached on foot in less than 20 minutes from the main train station.
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DBDBD is sponsored by the WOG Declarative Methods in Computer Science.
The Dutch-Belgian Database Day 2014 is organized by ADReM, the Advanced Database Research and Modelling group of the University of Antwerp. The local organizers are
Below is a list of the latest DBDBD events.