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Relational data factorization
Paramonov S., Leeuwen M., Raedt L. Machine Learning 106(12): 1867-1904, 2017. Type: Article
General methods take advantage of developing frameworks for data mining and machine learning that can be specialized for efficiency according to the problem domain. This paper discusses a declarative modeling method as a form of relational learnin...
Feb 7 2019
Shasta: interactive reporting at scale
Manoharan G., Ellner S., Schnaitter K., Chegu S., Estrella-Balderrama A., Gudmundson S., Gupta A., Handy B., Samwel B., Whipkey C., Aharkava L., Apte H., Gangahar N., Xu J., Venkataraman S., Agrawal D., Ullman J. SIGMOD 2016 (Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Management of Data, San Francisco, CA, Jun 26-Jul 1, 2016) 1393-1404, 2016. Type: Proceedings
The evolution of technology is like a slow dance in which most steps are in place, but a few move forward. Motivated by increases of scale and efficiency, applications push the limits of technology and contribute to its advance. This paper present...
Nov 30 2016
Constructing an interactive natural language interface for relational databases
Li F., Bonifati A. Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment 8(1): 73-84, 2014. Type: Article
The Internet of Things is democratizing computer usage, with computers metamorphosing into communication devices making their way from offices to inside people’s homes, cars, factories, and so on. Data access on these computers is still a fr...
Aug 10 2016
Shuffle index: efficient and private access to outsourced data
De Capitani Di Vimercati S., Foresti S., Paraboschi S., Pelosi G., Samarati P. ACM Transactions on Storage 11(4): 1-55, 2015. Type: Article
There exists “a clear need to provide proper confidentiality protection” to outsourced data where the data itself and access to that data is “not under the control of the data owner.” Content protection through encryption a...
Jan 20 2016
Formal relational database design: an exercise in extending the formal template language
Wu N., Simpson A. Formal Aspects of Computing 26(6): 1231-1269, 2014. Type: Article
Metamodeling plays a central role in managing the complexity of software development efforts. At their simplest, metamodels capture commonly recurring patterns of code and design and produce productivity benefits by leveraging code-generation tech...
Jul 13 2015
Detecting summarizability in OLAP
Niemi T., Niinimäki M., Thanisch P., Nummenmaa J. Data & Knowledge Engineering 891-20, 2014. Type: Article
In designing online analytical processing (OLAP) databases or preparing data warehouses providing the bases of OLAP data marts, it is an essential aspect to define index and measure attributes that are suitable for aggregating basic values along s...
Jun 24 2015
Bitemporal data: theory and practice
Johnston T., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc., San Francisco, CA, 2014. 400 pp. Type: Book (978-0-124080-67-6)
Things are not the same as data about these things in databases. Therefore, statements about things are different from statements about representations of these things in databases. Moreover, when incorrect representations about things are correct...
Jun 8 2015
Think big with big data: identifying suitable big data strategies in corporate environments
Ebner K., Bühnen T., Urbach N. HICSS 2014 (Proceedings of the 47th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Waikoloa Village, HI, Jan 6-9, 2014) 3748-3757, 2014. Type: Proceedings
While “no insight without analysis” is even truer for big data, organizations today still face the challenge of identifying an adequate technical architecture for achieving that. For this task, in the case of traditional data routinely...
Sep 11 2014
Consistency and enforcement of access rules in cooperative data sharing environment
Le M., Kant K., Jajodia S. Computers and Security 413-18, 2014. Type: Article
Modern businesses require online multipart collaboration to efficiently service their clients, and this requirement forces them to allow collaborating businesses to access their data. The immediate consequence is that the collaborating businesses ...
Jul 15 2014
Comparing NoSQL MongoDB to an SQL DB
Parker Z., Poe S., Vrbsky S. ACMSE 2013 (Proceedings of the 51st ACM Southeast Conference, Savannah, Georgia, Apr 4-6, 2013) 1-6, 2013. Type: Proceedings
Results are presented of a performance comparison between SQL Server and NoSQL MongoDB database systems. The comparison involved insert, three kinds of update, four kinds of simple select, and three kinds of complex select operations. The data use...
Jul 3 2014
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