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A Vision for Next Generation Query Processors and an Associated Research Agenda [chapter]

Anastasios Gounaris
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Next generation query processors are expected to combine features addressing all of these issues, and, consequently, lie at the confluence of several research initiatives.  ...  This paper aims to present a vision for such processors, to explain their functionality requirements, and to discuss the open issues, along with their challenges.  ...  The author would like to thank his colleagues Apostolos Papadopoulos and Constantinos Tsichlas for their insightful comments and help during the preparation of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03715-3_1 fatcat:dgyqtc3hhjcohg6ztzfjqkmw2e

The ETH Zurich systems group and enterprise computing center

Gustavo Alonso, Donald Kossmann, Timothy Roscoe, Nesime Tatbul, Andrew Baumann, Carsten Binnig, Peter Fischer, Oriana Riva, Jens Teubner
2009 SIGMOD record  
Our research agenda requires an understanding of, and access to, computer systems used in industry that simply cannot be replicated at a university.  ...  We first define a parametric interface between the query processor and the storage manager, general enough to capture the architectural, functional, and performance-related properties of the most common  ... 
doi:10.1145/1519103.1519120 fatcat:gtszqttf7ndkfdymqcm6jgsnpu

Issues in video analytics and surveillance systems: Research / prototyping vs. applications / user requirements

Li-Qun Xu
2007 2007 IEEE Conference on Advanced Video and Signal Based Surveillance  
The next generation video surveillance system will be a networked, intelligent, multi-camera co-operative system with integrated situation awareness of dynamic and complex scenes, be it a wide area like  ...  an urban centre or indoor complex like a shopping mall.  ...  Kleihorst et al. from NXP Research and Philips Research [19] describe the latest work on "Camera mote with a high-performance parallel processor for real- time frame-based video processing".  ... 
doi:10.1109/avss.2007.4425278 dblp:conf/avss/Xu07 fatcat:hh63ll5fkjdllgtkacs6cfwhve

Proactive computing

David Tennenhouse
2000 Communications of the ACM  
The agenda described here was shaped while I was director of DARPA's Information Technology Office, and the article indirectly refers to various efforts sponsored through ITO's research programs (see www.darpa.mil  ...  My thinking in this area has been profoundly influenced by the exceptional DARPA program managers I was privileged to serve with and by the many outstanding members of the computer science research community  ...  For example, a user could pose an SQLlike query to his or her environment, have the query automatically decomposed into subqueries that are then routed to appropriate nodes within the network, and have  ... 
doi:10.1145/332833.332837 fatcat:g5lokot3hbdrpm4f4qxukc7d74

The Asilomar report on database research

Phil Bernstein, H. V. Jagadish, Michael Lesk, Dave Maier, Jeff Naughton, Hamid Pirahesh, Mike Stonebraker, Jeff Ullman, Michael Brodie, Stefano Ceri, David DeWitt, Mike Franklin (+4 others)
1998 SIGMOD record  
The database research community should embrace a broader research agenda -broadening the definition of database management to embrace all the content of the Web and other online data stores, and rethinking  ...  In particular, we advocate encouraging more speculative and long-range work, moving conferences to a poster format, and publishing all research literature on the Web.  ...  Ubiquitous gizmos are a major driver for the research agenda discussed in the next section. A Proposed Research Agenda This section discusses research topics that merit significant attention.  ... 
doi:10.1145/306101.306137 fatcat:3m7y7ex32ff7rc2kajxsfmjuqm

The sensor spectrum

Joseph M. Hellerstein, Wei Hong, Samuel R. Madden
2003 SIGMOD record  
We show that battery powered sensor networks, with low-power multihop radios and low-cost processors, occupy a sweet spot in this spectrum that is rife with opportunity for novel database research.  ...  We briefly summarize some of our research work in this space and present a number of examples of interesting sensor network-related problems that the database community is uniquely equipped to address.  ...  Acquisitional query processing(ACQP) [31] has to do with the active role that a declarative query processor for sensor networks must take in choosing when and where data should be captured.  ... 
doi:10.1145/959060.959065 fatcat:xyg5lba23bdx3ls6x3o4a5pane

Optimizing Data Processing Service Compositions Using SLA's

Genoveva Vargas-Solar, José-Luis Zechinelli-Martini, Javier-Alfonso Espinosa-Oviedo
2016 POLIBITS Research Journal on Computer Science and Computer Engineering With Applications  
This paper proposes an approach for optimally accessing data by coordinating services according to Service Level Agreements (SLA) for answering queries.  ...  Service coordinations are optimized for reducing economic, energy and time costs.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Víctor Cuevas Vicenttin and Carlos Manuel López Enríquez who were at the origin of the work presented here.  ... 
doi:10.17562/pb-53-7 fatcat:drlh2azg6rg3je7ajz4ey6segq

Virtual shared workspace for smart spaces and M3-based case study

Dmitry Korzun, Ivan Galov, Alexey Kashevnik, Sergey Balandin
2014 Proceedings of 15th Conference of Open Innovations Association FRUCT  
Although the Smart-M3 platform is still a research prototype we show that its existing capability is sufficient for developing certain services for practical use.  ...  Virtual shared workspace is a reasonable scenario for evaluation of the smart spaces paradigm maturity.  ...  The query language is SPARQL, making an M3 smart space a SPARQL endpoint. Ontology O can be written in OWL. Let o be a particular ontology used by the agent.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fruct.2014.6872437 dblp:conf/fruct/KorzunGKB14 fatcat:bvrdm75e7jah7djej3rdthgk4m

What Does the Future Hold?

Howard E. Shrobe
2000 The AI Magazine  
These key attributes lead to an AI research agenda: We focus on inferencing and reasoning for accuracy, on representation for coverage, and on dependency management and truth maintenance for justifiability  ...  Mark Fox used to make an interesting point about this: He said that if you looked around today for The Brain in The Box organization is fed into the program as a query and out comes an answer.  ...  Howard Shrobe is associate director and a principal research scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aimag.v21i4.1529 dblp:journals/aim/Shrobe00 fatcat:o5oxa7enszd7vmgkmxz2w4xrvi

Weaving the Pervasive Information Fabric [chapter]

Mark Thompson, David De Roure, Danius Michaelides
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We describe a prototype implementation of an ad hoc distributed link service using a tuple-space model.  ...  As the pervasive computing infrastructure emerges, we consider the impact on information applications and their middleware requirements -what we call the pervasive information fabric.  ...  The LDAP and query routing experiments were supported by British Telecom Laboratories and we are grateful to Nigel Walker for his participation in this exercise.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-39941-0_11 fatcat:xdg2q24hmvgbxnxu772t6vm7ku

Supporting Creativity with Advanced Information-Abundant User Interfaces [chapter]

Ben Shneidenmab
2003 The Craft of Information Visualization  
A challenge for human-computer interaction researchers and user interface designers is to construct information technologies that support creativity.  ...  This paper describes a model of creativity, the four-phase genex framework for generating excellence: -Collect: learn from previous works stored in digital libraries, the web, etc.  ...  Ahlberg, C., Williamson, C., and Shneiderman, B., Dynamic queries for information exploration: An implementation and evaluation, Proc.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-155860915-0/50047-0 fatcat:avwj3ivbmrenre5jmqjwmg3tqa

Supporting Creativity with Advanced Information- Abundant User Interfaces [chapter]

Ben Shneiderman
2001 Frontiers of Human-Centered Computing, Online Communities and Virtual Environments  
A challenge for human-computer interaction researchers and user interface designers is to construct information technologies that support creativity.  ...  This paper describes a model of creativity, the four-phase genex framework for generating excellence: -Collect: learn from previous works stored in digital libraries, the web, etc.  ...  Ahlberg, C., Williamson, C., and Shneiderman, B., Dynamic queries for information exploration: An implementation and evaluation, Proc.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0259-5_34 fatcat:hfnl6cspbfhdjm2yzxw2kr7774

V-ROOM: a virtual meeting system with intelligent structured summarisation

Anne E. James, Antonios G. Nanos, Philip Thompson
2015 Enterprise Information Systems  
This paper describes the development of a virtual meeting system, called V-ROOM. An exploration of facilities required in such a system has been conducted.  ...  With the growth of virtual organisations and multinational companies, virtual collaboration tasks are becoming more important for employees.  ...  Once the relevant transcript segments have been associated to the various agenda items, the next stage is to abstract relevant sentences for each item and also to identify characteristics such as issue  ... 
doi:10.1080/17517575.2015.1019571 fatcat:fruoqtfbajaulnt6fi5cy2eb3y

Towards an emulation tool based on ontologies and data life cycles for studying smart buildings

Christophe Cérin, Frédéric Andres, Danielle Geldwerth-Feniger
2021 Proceedings of the International Workshop on Big Data in Emergent Distributed Environments  
In this paper, we share our vision to study a complex Information Technology (IT) system handling a massive amount of data in the context of 'smart buildings. ' One technique for analyzing complex IT systems  ...  We also thanks Abdullah Imtiaz from IUT Villetaneuse, Angan Mitra from Qarnot Computing, Tarek Menouer and Patrice Darmon from Umanis, for their suggestions.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the National Institute of Informatics (NII), the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the Université Sorbonne Paris Nord (UPSN) and Rêve de Scènes  ... 
doi:10.1145/3460866.3461772 fatcat:ak5tt5ddtrdnldbsyfsoo72qtu

The Architecture of PIER: an Internet-Scale Query Processor

Ryan Huebsch, Brent N. Chun, Joseph M. Hellerstein, Boon Thau Loo, Petros Maniatis, Timothy Roscoe, Scott Shenker, Ion Stoica, Aydan R. Yumerefendi
2005 Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research  
This research was funded by NSF grants IIS-0209108, IIS-0205647, and 5710001486.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Shawn Jeffery, Nick Lanham, Sam Mardanbeigi, and Sean Rhea for their help in implementing PIER.  ...  Hybrids of P2P and DB Gribble, et al. were the first to make the case for a joint research agenda in p2p technologies and database systems [25] .  ... 
dblp:conf/cidr/HuebschCHLMRSSY05 fatcat:et2ctr4ckbgmfnydznvubuuc2e
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