The Third International Workshop on Large-scale Graph Storage and Management Lisbon, Portugal DBKDA 2016 Editors DBKDA 2016 Committee DBKDA Advisory Committee DBKDA 2016 Technical Program Committee GraphSM 2016 Advisory Committee GraphSM 2016 Technical Program Committee

Friedrich Laux, Andreas Schmidt, Dimitar Hristovski, Friedrich Laux, Aris Ouksel, Andreas Schmidt, Maribel Santos, Filip Zavoral, Maria Del, Universidad Angeles, Autonoma Nacional, Mexico -Del De (+107 others)
a series of international events covering a large spectrum of topics related to advances in fundamentals on databases, evolution of relation between databases and other domains, data base technologies and content processing, as well as specifics in applications domains databases. Advances in different technologies and domains related to databases triggered substantial improvements for content processing, information indexing, and data, process and knowledge mining. The push came from Web
more » ... s, artificial intelligence, and agent technologies, as well as from the generalization of the XML adoption. High-speed communications and computations, large storage capacities, and load-balancing for distributed databases access allow new approaches for content processing with incomplete patterns, advanced ranking algorithms and advanced indexing methods. Evolution on e-business, ehealth and telemedicine, bioinformatics, finance and marketing, geographical positioning systems put pressure on database communities to push the 'de facto' methods to support new requirements in terms of scalability, privacy, performance, indexing, and heterogeneity of both content and technology. DBKDA 2016 also featured the following Workshop:-GraphSM 2016: The Third International Workshop on Large-scale Graph Storage and Management We take here the opportunity to warmly thank all the members of the DBKDA 2016 Technical Program Committee, as well as the numerous reviewers. The creation of such a high quality conference program would not have been possible without their involvement. We also kindly thank all the authors who dedicated much of their time and efforts to contribute to DBKDA 2016. We truly believe that, thanks to all these efforts, the final conference program consisted of top quality contributions. Also, this event could not have been a reality without the support of many individuals, organizations, and sponsors. We are grateful to the members of the DBKDA 2016 organizing committee for their help in handling the logistics and for their work to make this professional meeting a success. We hope that DBKDA 2016 was a successful international forum for the exchange of ideas and results between academia and industry and for the promotion of progress in the fields of databases, knowledge and data applications. We are convinced that the participants found the event useful and communications very open. We also hope that Lisbon provided a pleasant environment during the conference and everyone saved some time for exploring this beautiful city.