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Event When Where Deadline
LID 2011 Logic in Databases
Mar 25, 2011 - Mar 25, 2011 Uppsala, Sweden Jan 3, 2011
LID 2008 Logic in Databases
May 15, 2008 - May 16, 2008 Rome, Italy Feb 9, 2008

Present CFP : 2011

LID 2011: Fourth International Workshop on Logic in Databases
co-located with EDBT & ICDT 2011, Uppsala, Sweden
25 March 2011

The Logic in Databases workshop, LID 2011, is a forum for bringing
together researchers and practitioners in academia and industry from
around the world who are focusing on all logical aspects of data
management. Ever since Codd's Relational Model, logic has played a major
role in the field of databases. The significance and impact of this role
have grown stronger over the years as data management research has
continued to face the challenges of new data models, with logic keeping
up and providing the foundations every step of the way. Some of the latest
additions to this long list of models are XML, Semantic Web,
Probabilistic Relational models, integrated model of DB+IR, data
integration models, and models of unclean data to name a few.
Logic is a fundamental tool for understanding and analyzing several
aspects of these data models, and the significance of logic’s role for
data management will remain as data models continue to emerge and evolve.

LID 2011 is focused on applications of logic to every aspect of database
management and related topics. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- consistent query answering
- data exchange
- data integration
- data mining
- data cleaning
- data warehousing and OLAP for novel forms of data
- database repairing
- DB + IR
- incomplete information
- inconsistency tolerance
- inductive databases
- knowledge discovery
- logical approaches to inconsistency
- logic programming
- nonmonotonic reasoning
- ordered data/query models (top-K)
- privacy/security
- semantic web
- social networks
- uncertain data (fuzzy, probabilistic, etc.) and imprecision

* Submissions *

We solicit submissions presenting novel work not previously published or under
review elsewhere. Papers must be submitted electronically as PDF files, not to
exceed 8 pages in length, following ACM double-column conference style. At the time
of submission, authors will be given the option of flagging their papers as either
full or short communications; accepted short communications will only appear as
single-page abstracts in the final proceedings. All papers will undergo peer review
by at least three members of an international program committee. Pending approval,
formal proceedings will appear in a joint volume of the ACM Digital Library for
EDBT/ICDT 2011 workshops.

* Important Dates *

Paper submission: 3 January 2011
Notification to authors: 6 February 2011
Camera-ready due: 20 February 2011
Workshop: 25 March 2011

* Workshop Chairs *

George Fletcher, TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Slawek Staworko, University of Lille, France

* Steering committee *

Andrea Cali, Oxford University, UK
Jan Chomicki, University at Buffalo, USA
Henning Christiansen, Roskilde University, Denmark
Laks V.S. Lakshmanan, University of British Columbia, Canada
Davide Martinenghi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Dino Pedreschi, Università di Pisa, Italy
Jef Wijsen, Université de Mons, Belgium
Carlo Zaniolo, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

* Program committee *

Michael Benedikt, University of Oxford, UK
Joachim Biskup, TU Dortmund, Germany
Toon Calders, TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Alvaro Cortes Calabuig, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Claire David, Université Paris-Est, France
Floris Geerts, University of Edinburgh, UK
Todd J. Green, University of California, Davis, USA
Benny Kimelfeld, IBM Almaden Research Center, USA
Maurizio Lenzerini, Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy
Wim Martens, TU Dortmund, Germany
Joachim Niehren, INRIA Lille, France
Axel Polleres, National University of Ireland, Ireland
Nicole Schweikardt, Goethe-Universität, Germany
Pierre Senellart, Télécom ParisTech, France
Tony Tan, University of Edinburgh, UK
Balder ten Cate, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Jan Van den Bussche, Hasselt University, Belgium
Dirk Van Gucht, Indiana University, USA

Further details, including submission instructions, can be found on the
workshop website:

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