学会員メーリングリストアーカイブ (2003年)

[DASFAA2003] 統計的学習に関するチュートリアル


dbjapan, sigmod-j, DLnet-forum の皆様

3 月末に京都で開催される DASFAA2003 では,Dr. E. Chang (UC
Santa Barbara) による統計的学習に関するチュートリアルを行な
います.

Title: Statistical Learning Methods for Emerging Database Applications
Tutor: Dr. E. Chang (UC Santa Barbara)

古典的な手法に始まり,最近注目されている Support Vector
Machine (SVM), Bayes Point Machine について分かりやすくご講
演いただきます.統計的学習に興味をお持ちの方はこの機会を逃が
さずぜひご参加ください.

チュートリアルの詳細は,

http://db-www.aist-nara.ac.jp/dasfaa2003/tutorial.html

にございます.

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			CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

8th International Conference on Database Systems for Advanced Applications
			    (DASFAA 2003)

                    March 26-28, 2003, Kyoto, Japan
                http://db-www.aist-nara.ac.jp/dasfaa2003/

			     Organized by
			   Kyoto University
		      DASFAA Steering Committee

			     Sponsored by
		  Communications Research Laboratory
			    Hitachi, Ltd.
			   Kyoto University

			     Supported by
	Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), SIGDBS
		   Database Society of Japan (DBSJ)

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AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE
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This conference provides an international forum for technical discussion
among researchers, developers and users of database systems from academia,
business and industry. DASFAA focuses on research in database theory, 
development of advanced DBMS technologies, and their advanced applications.

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INVITED SPEAKER
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Professor Jeffrey D. Ullman (Stanford University)
	"A Survey of New Directions in Database Systems"

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REGISTRATION
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Visit http://db-www.aist-nara.ac.jp/dasfaa2003/ for information about
registration and accommodation.

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CONFERENCE VENUE
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Campus Plaza Kyoto 
Nishino Touin Dori, Shio Kouji Sagaru, Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto 600-8216, Japan
TEL +81-75-353-9120, FAX +81-75-353-9121 
Campus Plaza Kyoto is 200m west of JR Kyoto Station North Entrance.

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TRAVEL ADVICE
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- From Tokyo to Kyoto Station, it takes about 2 and a half hours by
  Shinkansen.
- From Kansai International Airport, take JR (Japan Railway) Airport
  Limited Express Train, HARUKA, which runs every 30 minutes. The
  traveling time to Kyoto JR station is approximately 75 minutes and
  fare is 3,490 yen (reserved seats), or 2,980 yen (non-reserved
  seats). Participants from foreign countries can purchase JAPAN RAIL
  PASS, which is a special discount pass for any trains of JR Group
  Railways (except the NOZOMI super express). JAPAN RAIL PASS is sold
  only outside of Japan: Must be purchased before arriving in
  Japan. For details, check website: http://www.japanrailpass.net/

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VISA
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For entering Japan, you need a valid passport and in some cases a
visa. To check whether you need a visa, and how to apply it, visit the
homepage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
(http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/index.html). Obtaining a visa
may take a long period of time, a few months in some cases. So apply
immediately if you need a visa. Ask Japanese Embassies/Consulates or
local travel agencies for necessary documents. If you need a letter
from the DASFAA2003 General Chair for visa application, please send
mail to: dasfaa03 [at] is.aist-nara.ac.jp

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CONFERENCE PROGRAM
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March 26 (Wed.)
  9:30-10:30
    Keynote: A Survey of New Directions in Database Systems
	Jeffrey D. Ullman (Stanford University)

    Abstract: As database system research evolves, there are several
    enduring themes.  One, of course, is how we deal with the largest
    possible amounts of data.  A less obvious theme is optimization
    --- it is an essential ingredient of all modern forms of database
    system.  Because we deal with large volumes of data, we are often
    forced to process that data in regular ways.  But when operations
    are uniform, there is an opportunity for the use of
    very-high-level languages, of which SQL is the primary example.
    However, to make a very-high-level language effective, we need to
    optimize it well, that is, produce effective query plans from all
    sorts of queries.

    In this talk, we shall review the principal directions in which
    modern database research is going, and in each case talk a bit
    about the optimization problems.  Stream management systems are
    one very important new area.  Another is peer-to-peer database
    systems.  Integration of heterogeneous information, especially in
    virtual databases, is also a major challenge.  XML, XQUERY, and
    semistructured data in general form yet another research
    opportunity.

  10:50-12:20
    Session 1: Spatial Query Processing
           Similarity Join for Low- and High- Dimensional Data
              Dmitri V. Kalashnikov, Sunil Prabhakar
           Spatial Query Processing for High Resolutions
              Hans-Peter Kriegel, Martin Pfeifle, Marco Potke,
              Thomas Seidl
           Effective Similarity Search on Voxelized CAD Objects
              Hans-Peter Kriegel, Peer Kroger, Zahi Mashael,
              Martin Pfeifle, Marco Potke, Thomas Seidl

    Session 2: Data Integrity and Security
           Discovering Direct and Indirect Matches for Schema Elements
              Li Xu, David W. Embley
           SANGAM: A Transformation Modeling Framework
              Kajal T. Claypool, Elke A. Rundensteiner
           Securing Your Data in Agent-Based P2P Systems
              Xiaolin Pang, Barbara Catania, Kian-Lee Tan

  13:40-15:10
    Session 3: Data Mining
          Ascending Frequency Ordered Prefix-tree: Efficient Mining of
          Frequent Patterns
              Guimei Liu, Hongjun Lu, Yabo Xu, Jeffrey Xu Yu
          An Efficient Sliding Window Algorithm for Detection of Sequential
          Patterns
              Lilian Harada
          Caucus-based Transaction Clustering
              Jinmei Xu, Sam Yuan Sung

    Session 4: WWW and Multidatabases
          TAX-PQ: Dynamic Taxonomy Probing and Query Modification for
          Topic-Focused Web Search
              Said Mirza Pahlevi, Hiroyuki Kitagawa
          Finding a Web Community by Maximum Flow Algorithm with HITS Score
          Based Capacity
              Noriko Imafuji, Masaru Kitsuregawa
          Scalable View Expansion in a Peer Mediator System
              Timour Katchaounov, Vanja Josifovski, Tore Risch

  15:30-17:00
    Session 5: Text Mining and Knowledge Discovery
          Mining Emerging Substrings
              Sarah Chan, Ben Kao, C. L. Yip, Michael Tang
          Fast text classification: A Training-Corpus Pruning Based Approach
              Shuigeng Zhou, Tok Wang Ling, Jihong Guan, Jiangtao Hu,
              Aoying Zhou
          Efficient Record Linkage in Large Data Sets
              Liang Jin, Chen Li, Sharad Mehrotra

    Session 6: Query Optimization
          Maintenance of Partial-Sum-Based Histograms
              Kin Fai Kan, David W. Cheung, Ben Kao
          Selectivity Estimation Using Orthogonal Series
              Feng Yan, Wen-Chi Hou, Qiang Zhu
          Error Minimization for Approximate Computation of Range
          Aggregations
              Xuemin Lin, Qing Zhang

  17:30-18:30
    Welcome Reception
      Hall (2F), Kyoto Campus Plaza

March 27 (Thu.)
  9:20-10:50
    Tutorial 1:
        Statistical Learning methods for Emerging Database Applications
             E. Chang (UC Santa Barbara)

  11:10-12:10
    Session 7: Moving Object Databases
           Q+Rtree: Efficient Indexing for Moving Object Databases
                Yuni Xia, Sunil Prabhakar
           Efficient Index Update for Moving Objects with Future
           Trajectories
               Rui Ding, Xiaofeng Meng, Yun Bai

    Session 8: Caching
          Prefetching for Visual Data Exploration
              Punit R. Doshi, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Matthew O. Ward
          Freshness-driven Adaptive Caching for Dynamic Content
              Wen-Syan Li, Oliver Po, Wang-Pin Hsiung, K. Selcuk Candan,
              Divyakant Agrawal

  13:40-15:10
    Session 9: Data Warehouse
          Time-Stratified Sampling for Approximate Answers to Aggregate
          Queries
              Joao Pedro Costa, Pedro Furtado
          The BofS Solution to Limitations of Approximate Summaries
              Pedro Furtado, Joao Pedro Costa
          An Efficient and Interactive A*-Algorithm with Pruning Power:
          Materialized View Selection Revisited
              Gang Gou, Jeffrey Xu Yu, Chi-Hon Choi, Hongjun Lu
    Session 10: XML(1)
          Supporting Selection-projection XQuery Processing Based on
          Encoding Paths
              Ya-Hui Chang, Cheng-Ta Lee
          A Fast and Versatile Path Index for Querying Semi-Structured Data
              Michael Barg, Raymond Wong
          PathGuide: An Efficient Clustering Based Indexing Method for XML
          Path Expressions
              Jiefeng Cheng, Ge Yu, Jeffrey Xu Yu, Guoren Wang

  15:30-17:00 Panel Session

  18:30-20:30
    Banquet
      Rakusui (Japanese garden and Japanese dishes), near Nanzen temple
      http://www.rakusui.com/homeframe.htm

March 28 (Fri.)
  9:20-10:50
    Tutorial 2:
        Unstructured Information Management
             M. Mohania (IBM India Research Lab)

  11:10-12:10
    Session 11: Content-Based Data Retrieal
          Indexing High-Dimensional Data for Content-Based Retrieval in
          Large Databases
              Manuel J. Fonseca, Joaquim A. Jorge
          iSearch: Mining Retrieval History for Content-Based Image
          Retrieval
              Hongyu Wang, Beng Chin Ooi, Anthony K. H. Tung
    Session 12: Stream Database and Filtering
           M-Kernel Merging: Towards Density Estimation over Data Streams
              Aoying Zhou, Zhiyuan Cai, Li Wei, Weining Qian
           Composition of Filtering Functions
              Rie Sawai, Masahiko Tsukamoto, Tsutomu Terada,
              Shojiro Nishio

  13:40-15:40
    Session 13: Bioinformatics and Database
          Approximate String Matching in DNA Sequences
              Lok-Lam Cheng, David W. Cheung, Siu-Ming Yiu
          An Efficient Index-based Protein Structure Database
          Searching Method
              Zeyar Aung, Wei Fu, Kian-Lee Tan
          Integrating, Managing and Analyzing Protein Structures with XML
          Databases
              William Shui, Raymond K. Wong, Stephen C. Graham,
              Lawrence Lee, W. Bret Church
          A Clustering Method for Comparative Analysis between Genomes and
          Pathways
              Shoko Miyake, Yukako Tohsato, Yoichi Takenaka, Hideo Matsuda
    Session 14: XML(2)
          Cost-Driven Storage Schema Selection for XML
              Shihui Zheng, Ji-Rong Wen, Hongjun Lu
          Performance Enhancement through Structural Redundancy in
          Mapping XML into Relations
              Jaehoon Kim, Seog Park
          Mining Frequent Query Patterns from XML Queries
              Liang Huai Yang, Mong Li Lee, Wynne Hsu, Sumit Acharya
          GLASS: A Graphical Query Language for Semi-Structured Data
              Wei Ni, Tok Wang Ling

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PROGRAM COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS
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Masatoshi Yoshikawa
Information Technology Center
Nagoya University
Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku
Nagoya 464-8601, JAPAN
Email: yosikawa [at] itc.nagoya-u.ac.jp

Sang Kyun Cha
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Seoul National University 
Kwanak P.O. Box 34, Seoul 151-742, Korea
Email: chask [at] kdb.snu.ac.kr

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SPECIAL TRACK CHAIRS
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"Bioinformatics and Database"
	Hideo Matsuda, Osaka University, Japan
"Data Stream Processing"
	Venkatesh Ganti, Microsoft Research, U.S.A.
"XML Database"
	Bongki Moon, University of Arizona, U.S.A.

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PROGRAM COMMITTEE
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Karl Aberer, EPFL, Switzerland
Masatoshi Arikawa, University of Tokyo, Japan
Stephane Bressan, NUS, Singapore
Vladimir Brusic, Laboratories for Information Technology, Singapore
Barbara Catania, University of Genova, Italy
Edward Chan, University of Waterloo, Canada
Chin-Chen Chang, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Kevin C. Chang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Arbee L.P. Chen, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan
David Cheung, University of Hong Kong, China
Eugene I. Chong, Oracle, USA
Ramez Elmasri, University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Elena Ferrari, University of Insubria, Italy
Minos Garofalakis, Lucent Technologies, USA
Johannes Gehrke, Cornell University, USA
Susumu Goto, Kyoto University, Japan
Ralf H. Guting, University of Hagen, Germany
Christian S. Jensen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Daniel A. Keim, University of Halle, Germany
Hiroyuki Kitagawa, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Masaru Kitsuregawa, University of Tokyo, Japan
Yasushi Kiyoki, Keio University, Japan
Yannis Kotidis, ATT Research Labs, USA
Nick Koudas, AT&T, USA
Byung Suk Lee, University of Vermont, USA
Mong Li Lee, NUS, Singapore
Ee-Peng Lim, NTU, Singapore
Tok Wang Ling, NUS, Singapore
Bing Liu, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Hongjun Lu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
Akifumi Makinouchi, Kyushu University, Japan
Yoshifumi Masunaga, Ochanomizu University, Japan
Xiaofeng Meng, Renmin University of China, China
Shinichi Morishita, University of Tokyo, Japan
Wee Keong Ng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Shojiro Nishio, Osaka University, Japan
Atsushi Ohori, JAIST, Japan
Beng Chin Ooi, NUS, Singapore
Vincent Oria, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Maria Orlowska, The University of Queensland, Australia
Dimitris Papadias, HKUST, China
Seog Park, Soagang University, Korea
Jian Pei, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA
Krithi Ramamritham, IIT Bombay, India
Jun Rao, IBM Almaden, USA
Tore Risch, Uppsala University, Sweden
Ron Sacks-Davis, RMIT, Australia
Kunihiko Sadakane, Tohoku University, Japan
Yasushi Sakurai, NTT, Japan
Joerg Sander, University of Alberta, Canada
Shinji Shimojo, Osaka University, Japan
S. Sudarshan, IIT Bombay, India
Hideaki Sugawara, National Institute of Genetics, Japan
Sam Y. Sung, NUS, Singapore
Kian-Lee Tan, NUS, Singapore
Frank Tompa, University of Waterloo, Canada
Ke Wang, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Min Wang, IBM Watson, USA
Shan Wang, Renmin University of China, China
Xiaoyang Sean Wang, George Mason University, USA
Kyu-Young Whang, KAIST, Korea
Kam-Fai Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Byoung-Kee Yi, Pohang University of Science & Technology, Korea
Hwan-Seung Yong, Ewha Womans University, Korea
Ge Yu, Northeastern University, China
Osmar R. Zaiane, University of Alberta, Canada
Aoying Zhou, Fudan University, China
Lizhu Zhou, Tsinghua University, China
Xiaofang Zhou, The University of Queensland, Australia

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ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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Honorary Chair
Yahiko Kambayashi, Kyoto University, Japan

General Chair
Katsumi Tanaka, Kyoto University, Japan
 
Program Co-Chairs
Sang Kyun Cha, Seoul National University, Korea 
Masatoshi Yoshikawa, Nagoya University, Japan

Finance Committee
Chair:
Yoshihiko Imai, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Japan
Memebers:
Shusuke Haruna, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Japan
Hitomi Takada, Kyoto University, Japan

Tutorials/Panel Chair
Hiroshi Ishikawa, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan

Publicity Co-Chairs
Toshiyuki Amagasa, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Kenji Hatano, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Publications Chair
Jun Miyazaki, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Local Arrangements Co-Chairs
Kazutoshi Sumiya, Kyoto University, Japan
Akiyo Nadamoto, Communications Research Laboratory, Japan