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By Timos K. Sellis, Alkis Simitsis (auth.), Yannis Ioannidis, Boris Novikov, Boris Rachev (eds.)

The sequence of East eu meetings on Advances in Databases and data platforms (ADBIS) is a longtime and prestigious discussion board for the trade of the most recent learn ends up in information administration. It presents particular possibilities for database researchers, practitioners, builders, and clients from East eu nations to discover new principles, recommendations, and instruments, and to interchange stories with colleagues from the remainder of the realm. This quantity includes the court cases of the eleventh ADBIS convention, held in Varna, Bulgaria, September 29 – October three, 2007. The convention incorporated three keynote talks, 36 examine papers in thirteen classes, and a couple of tutorials. Twenty-tree of the learn papers in addition to papers or prolonged abstracts for the keynote talks are integrated the following; the rest papers seem in neighborhood lawsuits. distinctive contributors of the database and information-retrieval groups added the 3 keynotes. Timos Sellis, a professional within the sector of multidimensional indexing and knowledge warehousing, analyzed the total lifecycle of ETL workflows, from specification to optimized execution, supplying recommendations in addition to destiny demanding situations. Gerhard Weikum, a pace-setter of a number of efforts falling on the intersection of databases and data retrieval, mentioned the emergence of a number of “Webs” and the way those should be harvested and looked for wisdom. ultimately, Paolo Atzeni, recognized for numerous contributions to database concept, addressed the perennial challenge of schema and knowledge translation within the context of rising version administration structures and defined numerous study demanding situations that emerge.

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