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XMLDM 2011 : The Second International Workshop on XML Data Management

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Link: http://datasearch.ruc.edu.cn/XMLDM2011
 
When Apr 18, 2011 - Apr 18, 2011
Where Beijing, China
Submission Deadline Dec 31, 2010
Categories    databases   XML
 

Call For Papers

The Second International Workshop on XML Data Management(XMLDM)

In conjuction with the 13th Asia-Pacific Web Conference(APWeb2011)

April 18, 2011, Beijing, China

http://datasearch.ruc.edu.cn/XMLDM2011/

XML has gained lot of attention from database and Web researchers who are actively working in one or more of the emerging XML areas. XML data are self-describing, and provide a platform independent means to describe data and therefore, can transport data from one platform to another. XML documents can be mapped to one more of the existing data models such as relational and object-relational, and XML views can be produced dynamically from the pre-existing data models. XML queries can be mapped to the queries of the underlying models and can use their optimization features. XML data integration is useful for E-commerce applications such as comparison-shopping, which requires further study in the domain of data, schema and query based integration. XML change management is another important area that has attracted attention in the context of web warehouse. XML has been in use in upcoming areas such web services, sensor and biological data management.

Having successfully organized the first XMLDM workshop in conjunction with WAIM 2010, we continue to pursue the success of the second workshop with the APWeb conference in Beijing.

The XML Data Management workshop focuses on the convergence of database technology with XML technology, and brings together academics, practitioners, users and vendors to discuss the use and synergy between these technologies. We are pleased to invite original contributions in this area. One of the key objectives of this workshop is to bring together researchers in this area who can share their views under this workshop. We solicit papers with important new insights and experiences of developing tools and techniques for managing XML data.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

XML data integration
XML data storage and indexing
XML query languages and optimization
XML views and data publishing
XML applications in semantic web
XML data mining
XML change management
XML views and data mappings
XML data compression
XML in Web services
XML benchmark and performance studies
XML applications in new domains- sensor and biological data management
XML in cloud computing


* Submission Papers *

Papers should not exceed 10 pages in LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) format. The submission of papers must be in either PDF or Word format. We also welcome demonstration proposals and posters to foster interaction, to present system perspective on real problems, and to introduce innovative concepts. Those demo or shorter papers should not exceed 4 pages. The Authors should exclude the usage of non-English fonts to avoid the problems from reviewers' machines.

All accepted papers will be published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series. This ensures wide dissemination and high visibility (e.g. in the DBLP and ScienceDirect). Online proceedings will additionally be hosted at the workshop web site.

Please submit your papers using the following submission site: https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/XMLDM2011

* Important Dates *

Submission deadline: December 31th 2010
Notification date: January 16th 2011
Camera-ready submission deadline: January 23th 2011


* Program Committee *

Honorary chair:
Shan Wang Renmin University of China China


General Chairs:
Tok Wang Ling National University of Singapore Singapore
Ge Yu North-East University China


Workshop Co-Chairs:
Jiaheng Lu Renmin University of China China
Wei Wang The University of New South Wales Australia


PC members ( tentative ):

Zhifeng Bao National University of Singapore Singapore
Stephane Bressan National University of Singapore (NUS) Singapore
Peter Boncz Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica Netherland
Chee Yong Chan National University of Singapore Singapore
Bogdan Cautis TELECOM ParisTech Paris France
Xiaoyong Du Renmin University of China China
Jianhua Feng Tsignhua University China
Jun Gao Peking University China
Masaru Kitsuregawa Tokyo University Japan
Jianzhong Li Harbin Institute of Technology China
Guoliang Li Tsinghua University China
Xuemin Lin Univ. of New South Wales Australia
Xiaofeng Meng Renmin University of China China
Xiaochun Yang North-East University China
Liang Xu National University of Singapore Singapore
Jeffrey Xu Yu The Chinese University of Hong Kong China
Zografoula Vagena Microsoft Research U.S.
XiaoLing Wang Fudan University China
Hongzhi Wang Harbin Institute of Technology China
Peter Wood University of London UK
Aoying Zhou East China Normal University China
Yongluan Zhou University of Southern Denmark Denmark

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