Eleventh East-European Conference on Advances in Databases and Information Systems
ADBIS 2007

September 29
13:00 - Registration
19:00 - Welcome drink at the Koral Hotel

September 30
09:00 - Opening - Hall 1
09:30 - Invited Talk 1 - Timos Sellis
11:00 - Coffee break
11:30 - Session 1: Activity Modeling
13:00 - Lunch
14:30 - Session 2A: Classification
           Session 2B: Design
16:00 - Coffee break
16:30 - Session 3A: Object-Oriented Systems
           Session 3B: Rules and Reasoning
18:00 - SC Meeting - Hall 4

October 1
09:30 - Invited Talk 2 - Gerhard Weikum
11:00 - Coffee break
11:30 - Session 4A: Indexing
           Session 4B: Clustering
13:00 - Lunch
14:30 - Excursion - starts from F.J.Curie
October 2
09:30 - Invited Talk 3 - Paolo Atzeni
11:00 - Coffee break
11:30 - Session 5: Moving Objects
13:00 - Lunch
14:30 - Session 6A: Query Processing
           Session 6B: Architectures
16:00 - Coffee break
16:30 - Session 7: XML and DB
           ADMKD Session 1
20:00 - Dinner at the "Poda" Restaurant near Varna

October 3
09:30 - Session 8: Adaptive systems
           ADMKD Session 2
11:00 - Coffee break
11:30 - Session 9: Distributed Systems
           ADMKD Session 3
13:00 - Closing - Hall 5

Invited Talk 1, Conference hall 1, Chair: Yannis Ioannidis
   ETL Workflows: From Formal Specification to Optimization
      Timos K. Sellis, Alkis Simitsis
Invited Talk 2, Conference hall 1, Chair: Boris Novikov
   Harvesting and Organizing Knowledge from the Web
      Gerhard Weikum
Invited Talk 3, Conference hall 1, Chair: Leonid Kalinichenko
   Schema and data translation: A personal perspective
      Paolo Atzeni

Session 1: Activity Modeling, Conference hall 4, Chair: Yannis Manolopoulos
  1. A Protocol Ontology for Inter-Organizational Workflow Coordination
        Eric Andonoff, Wassim Bouaziz, Chihab Hanachi
  2. Preventing Orphan Requests by Integrating Replication and Transactions
        Heine Kolltveit, Svein-Olaf Hvasshovd
  3. Discretization Numbers for Multiple-Instances Problem in Relational Database
        Rayner Alfred, Dimitar Kazakov
Session 2A: Classification, Conference hall 4, Chair: Tadeusz Morzy
  1. Adaptive k-NN Classification Based on a Dynamic Number of Nearest Neighbors
        Stefanos Ougiaroglou, Alexandros Nanopoulos, Apostolos N. Papadopoulos, Yannis Manolopoulos, Tatjana Welzer-Druzovec
  2. Database Implementation of a Model-Free Classifier
        Konstantinos Morfonios
Session 2B: Design, Conference hall 5, Chair: Jaroslav Pokorny
  1. Update Support for Database Views via Cooperation
        Stephen J Hegner, Peggy Schmidt
  2. An Agile Process for the Creation of Conceptual Models from Content Descriptions
        Sebastian Bossung, Hans-Werner Sehring, Henner Carl, Joachim W. Schmidt
        Nikitas Karanikolas, Maria Nitsiou, Emmanuel Yannakoudakis, Christos Skourlas
Session 3A: Object-Oriented Systems, Conference hall 4, Chair: Leonid Kalinichenko
  1. ODRA: A Next Generation Object-Oriented Environment for Rapid Database Application Development
        Michal Lentner, Kazimierz Subieta
  2. An Object-Oriented Based Algebra for Ontologies and their Instances
        Stéphane Jean, Yamine Aït-Ameur, Guy Pierra
Session 3B: Rules and Reasoning, Conference hall 5, Chair: Pavol Navrat
  1. Design of Web Agents Inspired by Brain Research
        Maya Dimitrova, Hiroaki Wagatsuma, Yoko Yamaguchi
  2. Business Rule Based Software System Configuration Management and Implementation Using Decision Tables
        Olegas Vasilecas, Aidas Smaizys
Session 4A: Indexing, Conference hall 4, Chair: Rainer Manthey
  1. The MM-tree: A Memory-Based Metric Tree Without Overlap Between Nodes.
        Ives Rene Venturini Pola, Caetano Jr Traina, Agma Juci Machado Traina
  2. Improving the Performance of M-tree Family by Nearest-Neighbor Graphs
        Tomas Skopal, David Hoksza
  3. Indexing Mobile Objects on the Plane Revisited
        S. Sioutas, K. Tsakalidis, K. Tsihlas, C. Makris, Y. Manolopoulos
Session 4B: Clustering and OLAP, Conference hall 5, Chair: Tadeusz Morzy
  1. A Clustering Framework for Unbalanced Partitioning and Outlier Filtering on High Dimensional Datasets
        Turgay Tugay Bilgin, Ali Yilmaz Camurcu
  2. Clustering Approach to Generalized Pattern Identification Based on Multi-instanced Objects with DARA
        Rayner Alfred, Dimitar Kazakov
  3. Imprecise Data and Knowledge Based OLAP
        Ermir Rogova, Panagiotis Chountas, Krassimir Atanassov
Session 5: Moving Objects, Conference hall 4, Chair: Albertas Caplinskas
  1. On the Effect of Trajectory Compression in Spatiotemporal Querying
        Elias Frentzos, Yannis Theodoridis
  2. Prediction of Bus Motion and Continuous Query Processing for Traveler Information Services
        Bratislav Predic, Dragan Stojanovic, Slobodanka Djordjevic-Kajan, Aleksandar Milosavljevic, Dejan Rancic
  3. Optimal Query Mapping in Mobile OLAP
        Ilias Michalarias, Hans-J. Lenz
Session 6A: Query Processing, Conference hall 4, Chair: Jaroslav Pokorny
  1. A Statistics Propagation Approach to Enable Cost-Based Optimization of Statement Sequences
        Tobias Kraft, Holger Schwarz, Bernhard Mitschang
  2. A Fixpoint Approach to State Generation for Stratifiable Disjunctive Deductive Databases
        Andreas Behrend
  3. Querying Multidimensional Databases
        Franck Ravat, Olivier Teste, Ronan Tournier, Gilles Zurfluh
Session 6B: DB Architectures and Streams, Conference hall 5, Chair: Rainer Manthey
  1. Incremental Validation of String-based XML Data in Databases, File Systems, and Streams
        Beda Christoph Hammerschmidt, Christian Werner, Ylva Brand, Volker Linnemann, Sven Groppe and Stefan Fischer
  2. Fast and efficient log file compression
        Przemyslaw Skibinski, Jakub Swacha
  3. Efficient Processing Regular Queries In Shared-Nothing Parallel Database Systems Using Tree- And Structural Indexes
        Vu Le Anh, Attila Kiss
Session 7: XML and Databases, Conference hall 4, Chair: Boris Rachev
  1. Combining efficient XML compression with query processing
        Przemyslaw Skibinski, Jakub Swacha
  2. Approximate functional dependencies for XML data
        Fabio Fassetti, Bettina Fazzinga
  3. Tailor-Made Native XML Storage Structures
        Karsten Schmidt, Theo Härder
Session 8: Adaptive systems, Conference hall 4, Chair: Andras Benczur
  1. A method for comparing self-organizing maps: case studies of banking and linguistic data
        Toomas Kirt, Ene Vainik, Leo Võhandu
  2. Towards Self-Optimization of Message Transformation Processes
        Matthias Boehm, Dirk Habich, Uwe Wloka, Jurgen Bittner, and Wolfgang Lehner
  3. Applying User Profile Ontology for Mining Web Site Adaptation Recommendations
        Tarmo Robal, Ahto Kalja
Session 9: Distributed Systems, Conference hall 4, Chair: Karel Richta
  1. Fast User Notification in Large-Scale Digital Librairies: Experiments and Results
        H. Belhaj Frej, P. Rigaux, and N. Spyratos
  2. Quete: Ontology-Based Query System for Distributed Sources
        Haridimos Kondylakis, Anastasia Analyti, Dimitris Plexousakis
  3. Aggregating Multiple Instances in Relational Database Using Semi-Supervised Genetic Algorithm-based Clustering Technique
        Rayner Alfred, Dimitar Kazakov
ADMKD Session 1, Conference hall 5
  1. Topological Analysis of Terrorists Networks
        Nasrullah Memon, David Hicks, Lenrik Larsen
  2. Visually Interacting with k-medoid-based Algorithms
        Maria Camila Barioni, Humberto Razente, Gabriel de Souza Fedel, Agma Traina, Caetano Traina
  3. Tracing Cluster Transitions for Different Cluster Types
        Myra Spilipoulou, Irene Ntoutsi, Yannis Theodoridis
ADMKD Session 2, Conference hall 5
  1. A linear Support Vector Machine solver for an arbitrary number of training examples
        Pawel Bialon
  2. Fast K-Medoids clustering on PCs
        Witold Andrzejewski
  3. Integration of Candidate Hash Trees in Concurrent Processing of Frequent Itemset Queries Using Apriori
        Przemyslaw Grudzinski, Marek Wojciechowski
ADMKD Session 3, Conference hall 5
  1. Mining Generalized Association rules Using Prutax and Hierarchical Bitmap Index
        Jakub Pieprzyk, Mikolaj Morzy
  2. Active Learning Using Conditional Expectation Estimators
        Lior Rokach, Lihi Naamani, Armin Shmilovici
  3. A Polar-Fourier-Wavelet Transform for Effective CBIR
        Dimo Dimov

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