TLDKS 2013 : TLDKS Special Issue on Advanced Data Stream Management and Processing of Continuous Queries
Call For Papers
Call for Papers for a Special Issue on
Advanced Data Stream Management and Processing of Continuous Queries
International Journal Transactions on
Large-Scale Data and Knowledge Centered Systems
(LNCS Journal Subline)
• Bernd Amann, LIP6 - UPMC, Paris, France.
• Philippe Lamarre, LIRIS - INSA Lyon, France.
An increasing number of applications continuously (24/7/365) produce
and consume high volumes of streaming data. Examples of such
applications include sensor and RFID networks for smart buildings and
cities, environmental monitoring and health-care, network message
tracing, online user feedback analysis, web syndication, social media,
RSS feed aggregation, video surveillance and security, finance and
stock market analysis, scientific workflows, etc. Following the
traditional database principles, Data Stream Management Systems
alleviate the development of this kind of applications by proposing
high-level and efficient data stream processing interfaces through
declarative data models and query languages. In this kind of systems,
data processing complexity comes from the need to evaluate many
complex (long-running) queries over large numbers of high-speed data
streams. This context introduces many new challenges from different
theoretical and practical points of view.
The objective of the TLDKS special issue on Advanced Data Stream
Management and Continuous Query Processing is to provide an
opportunity to disseminate original research contributions and a high
quality communication platform for researchers and
practitioners. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Advanced Data Stream Models and Query Languages
• Continuous Query Processing and Optimization
• Data Stream Management and Warehousing
• Data Stream Mining
• Approximate Data Stream Processing and Sampling
• Probabilistic Data Streams
• Theory of Data Stream Computing
• Continuous Top-k Query Processing
• System Performance and Evaluation
Paper Submission Details:
Authors are invited to electronically submit original research
contributions or experience reports in English.
• The manuscript must be submitted in pdf, LNCS format. For further
instructions see http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html
• The length of submitted manuscripts should not exceed 25 pages.
• For paper registration and electronic submission see
Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on originality,
signiﬁcance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
Submission deadline : February 22, 2013
Notiﬁcation of paper acceptance: May 27, 2013
Revised version deadline : June 24, 2013
Final decision : July 15, 2013
Final paper : September 9, 2013
Publication : December 2013
• Reza Akbarinia, INRIA - LIRMM, France.
• Bernd Amann, UPMC, France.
• Stephane Bressan, Nat. Univ., Singapore.
• Peter M. Fischer, Univ. Freiburg, Germany.
• Pedro Furtado, Univ. Coimbra, Protugal.
• Joao Gama, Univ. Porto, Portugal.
• Lukasz Golab, Univ. Waterloo, Canada.
• Georges Hebrail, EDF R&D, France.
• Cyril Labbe, Univ. Grenoble I, France.
• Philippe Lamarre, INSA Lyon, France.
• Sebastian Michel, Saarland Univ., Germany.
• Mirella Moro, Fed. Univ. Minas Gerais, Brazil.
• Jean-Marc Petit, INSA Lyon, France.
• Evaggelia Pitoura, Univ. of Ioannina, Greece.
• Bernhard Seeger, Philipps-Univ. Marburg, Germany.
• David Taniar, Monash Univ., Australia.
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