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BNCOD 2009 : 26th British National Conference on Databases


Conference Series : British National Conference on Databases
When Jul 7, 2009 - Jul 9, 2009
Where Birmingham, UK
Abstract Registration Due Jan 23, 2009
Submission Deadline Jan 30, 2009
Notification Due Mar 2, 2009
Final Version Due Mar 30, 2009
Categories    databases

Call For Papers

Call For Papers, Workshops and Exhibitions - BNCOD 2009

26th British National Conference on Databases
7th-9th July 2009
University of Birmingham, UK

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Important Dates

Abstract Submission: 23rd January 2009
Paper Submission: 30th January 2009
Workshop Proposals: 12th February 2009
Notification of Acceptance: 2nd March 2009
Camera-ready Papers: 30th March 2009
Author Registration: 30th March 2009
Early Bird Registration: 1st June 2009
Workshops: 6th July 2009
Conference: 7th-9th July 2009

Conference Overview

The British National Conference on Databases (BNCOD) was established in
1980 as a forum for research into the theory and practice of databases
and, since then, BNCOD has attracted an international audience to
discuss the leading research topics of the day in the field.

The theme of BNCOD 2009, the 26th in the series, is "Dataspace: The
Final Frontier". Dataspace is a term recently coined to denote the
expansion of the database topic into the broader area of managing large
numbers of diverse but interrelated data sources of many varying forms.
Dataspace support or management systems provide co-ordinated access to
these disparate data sources, so that they can co-exist comfortably and
can be queried, updated and managed in a convenient manner, even when
tight integration may be very difficult or impossible due to issues of
autonomy or heterogeneity. Examples of such data sources include
relational databases, XML documents and repositories, text files, web
services, spreadsheets and email collections. Papers and Submission

BNCOD 2009 Programme Committee invites submissions of substantial,
original and previously unpublished research in all fields of databases
and related areas for the Technical Programme of the conference. Full
papers (12 pages), short papers (8 pages) and poster papers (4 pages)
can be submitted. We further invite submission of proposals for
Workshops and for exhibition of research and commercial systems.

As reviewing for BNCOD 2009 will be blind, all papers for submissions
should be anonymised.

All papers will be published in the conference proceedings, as in
previous years, by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science
(LNCS) series. Outstanding papers will, at the discretion of the
programme committee, be invited to publish extended versions of their
papers in a special BNCOD section of The Computer Journal

Papers should be submitted electronically by following the instructions

Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Dataspaces
* Data integration and interoperability
* Data management for ubiquitous and mobile computing
* Data mining and information extraction
* Data modelling and architectures
* Data provenance
* Data security, privacy and trust
* Data streaming
* Databases and the grid
* Distributed information systems
* Electronic commerce
* Enterprise systems
* Heterogeneous databases
* Industrial applications
* Infrastructures and systems
* Intermittently connected data
* File Access Methods and Index Structures
* Managing legacy data
* New applications and processes
* Parallel and distributed databases
* Peer-to-peer data management
* Performance modelling of ubiquitous data use
* Personal Data Management
* Query and manipulation languages
* Query processing and optimisation
* Scientific applications
* Semantic web and ontologies
* Semi-structured data, metadata and XML
* User interfaces and data visualisation
* Web data management and deep web
* Web services
* Workflow support systems

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